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THE REGIUM DONUM.

LOCAL COURTS.

LORD RADNOR'S POST OFFICE…

OUR TRADE WITH CANADA AND…

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SECOND READING OF THE MAYNOOTH…

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. NEWPORT CATTLE MARKET.—WEDNESDAY JUNE 4. Price per lb. to sink the offal. T, s. d. s. d. Beasts 0 6 to 0 6| Sheep (m the wool) 0 0 0 7i Ditto (out; 0 0 0 6 Lambs •••»*• A CL A 7 Calves J 5J" J I Pigs (per score) 7 6 8 0 stock'6 excentintr'hpT'e'V^aus Weli suPP!ied with all kinds of The onh*fatKJ' Wh-ch Sti11 kcePs remarkably scarce. rate nuililv mit■i ? Murphy. 1 heso being of first- a fair Quantity of himin s*leeP an(^ lambs there was pies were sdd oTn^0^ u As usua1' a ^t number of K not one^was £ £ 1^7& of which met customers at fair prices S°me We are given to understand that the "RPV Hpnrv Griffiths, President|and Theological Tutor f hTi' a I College, Brecon, will preach, next Lord' 6 I"dePend.ent and evening, at the English Baptist Chapel to™™* SIGNOR E»OAVALLINI's GRAND CONCERT.— On Wednesday evening last this singularly gifted artist., whose farce as the prince of clarionet players, had travelled before him, made his bow to a Newport audience, and the anticipations, however great, that might have been entertained of his extra- ordinary powers, were more thad ratified; we regret, however, to say that though rich the musical treat provided on this occa- sion, for his audience It proved, alas! no benefit to him," as the large room of the Towu-hall was but thinly attended. A few of the leading families of the neighbourhood were present, who appeared properly to appreciate the most truly classical and brilliant concert ever given in this town, and whose only regret was, that the signor and his little lot of stars" were not patronised more in accordance with their deserts. Mdlle. Bertucat, a young lady musically educated at Milan, possessing all the piquancy and animation of the southern clime, and of manners pleasing and unembarrassed, evinced talents and cul- tivation, versatile and refined, as a singer and a harpist. Such combined qualifications are rare indeed. In song' Mdlle. Ber- tucat's voice is full and flexible, and the cadenzas which she in- troduces, are executed in a clever and beautiful manner. As a performer on the harp, we have heard nothing to approach her since the visit of Bochsa, and in the pathos and tenderness of her tones, she far excels that master. The aria from Ernani, the duet from Puritani, with Signor Sanelli, and the aria in Lucia di Lammermoor well displayed her talents as a leading cantratrice, and the Fantasias Nel Roberto il Diavolo and La resta Villerecca, which drew forth peals of applause, were brilliant proofs of her high cultivation of the harp. Signor Sarelii presided at the piano, with great taste and ability, and vni r several arias, but his forte is more at the instrument than us a singer. Signor E. Cavallini repeatedly played on the clarionet, producing feelings of astoninishment and delight on the part of his audience, who applauded him to the echo his Fantasia from Don Pasqualle, and the selections from Son- nambula and e Canto Greco, were master pieces of performance. The band of the 75th regiment, under its leader, Sig. Cavallini, gave their effective aid on the occasion, and the colonel and officers patronized the concert Signor E. Cavallini gives his concert this evening (Friday) at Cardiff, and we understand that some leading families in the neighbourhood of Newport •ire makinu- kind efforts to effect more cheering results to the Signor for°aiH)ther concert, at our Town-hall, which may pro- bably take place on Monday evening next.

NEWPORT AND PONTYPOOL RAILWAY.

MONMOUTH.

ABERGAVENNY.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

TOWN-HALL, NEWPORT.—MONDAY,…

THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1845.

CARDIFF POLICE.—SATURDAY,…

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THURSDAY.—JUNE 5.

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Fire and Loss of Life in Fenchurch-street.

HOUSE OF LORDS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

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.d'-The New Barracks, at Bristol.

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