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CLEANING THE PAVEMENTS.

THE IRON AND GENERAL TRADES.

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MONMOUTH.

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MONMOUTH. ttThe ^nuai' Sl'PFIn AT THE KING'S HEAD r I R annual gathering which has been estab- lished nearly forty years, and kept up almost regularly came off for this ytar on Tuesday evening last, with çonsidtriLble eclat. The attendance was very numerous, consisting of the major number of the most respectable tradesmen of the town. The supper was on an elaborate scale, comprising all the dainties and rarities of the season in great profusion. The wines and spirits also were of the first quality, and the whole of the catering reflected the utmost credit on Mr. and Mrs. Webb, the host and hostess. After the cloth was removed, a num- ber of speeches were delivered, interspersed with toasts, sentiments, and songs, and a most agreeable evening was spent by the numerous company, who did not separate till a late hour. At the Petty Sessions, on Wednesday, before the Mayor and Philip Williams, Esq., James Jones, stone mason, of Monmouth, wa s charged with assaulting his wife. The magistrates, considering there was fault on both sides, persuaded the parties to live peacea'dy together, and upon their promising to do so and paying the costs, the defend- ant was discharged. CHRISTMAS AT THE UNION WORKHOUSE.—At this establishment, so well conducted hy Mr. Rogers, the in- mates were regaled with an abundance of roast beef, plum pudding, and beer, and all appeared to enjoy themselves very much. The governor, at his own expense, treated the inmates to several little additions to the repast. Two of the guardians, Mr. Vaughan and Mr. Swift, were present.

FRIDAYS MARKETS.

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NEWPORT DISPENSARY.

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