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CHEPSTOW. The horticultural exhibition has passed much to the s atisfaction of all parties, that we hear a addition has been made to the list of subscribers. On Saturday morning last, between the hotf four and fi ve, as the trow Swift, laden with baik, bouni) Gloucester to Newport, was lying at anchor in the Ch1 river, being wind-bound, a sudden gust of wind caused till with water, and lamentable to relate, the master, wl asleep in the forecastle, was drowned. fit the course afternoon, the unfortunate man was conveyed to the i Aelson Inn, when an inquisition upon view of his bod taken before B. M. Bradford, Esq., and a respectable j' Verdict, "Accidentally drowned." The unfortunate man Baily, who was so seri( injured by Mr. Lewis, of Raglan, incautiously driving a sl horse in his carriage through the crowds of people at tin fair, and pronounced to be dead by almost every perso saw him at the White Hart, to which house, he was coA is, we are happy to say. doing promisingly-well, under thl ful treatment of our respected siirpeoii, Mr. B. M. Bradl The arrival of fashionable persons continuf be very great; so much so. that some difficulty is expert in procuring suitable accommodation. There are noi reading rooms, well supported, whereas, a few months ag town could not keep one open. it is generally be 1 iove £ tiie time is not very far distant when this town. if not a of great trade, will become one of the most fashionable r in the kingdom. Several medical men send their pa from Bristol, Clifton, and Gloucester, for the benefit of beahh, with great advantage. A steam-packet has commenced plying bet' t .is port and that of Gloucester..Such an accommoi wen much wanted, and we earnestly wish the spirited pf tors every success. A most brutal attack was made at the woo upon a farmer of the name of Beavan, residing at Deva by two men and there is every reason to believe he j hi'.vc been killed upon the spot, had not our highly respej townsman, T. King, Esq., secured one of the ruffians utilj an ival of the police. On Monday,a race took place at the Old PáS f<>r £ li>, between Mr. Williams' boat and Mr. Chapman's Gipsy three mile, four oars each idc. Won by the IJa! boat bv one minute.—The same boats were backed to again on Chepstow river shortly for £ ;20. We are sorry to hear that scarlet fever pre at Alviugcon. near Chepstow. Three children of Airs. T' lin have died, as well as two females.—others are in daiig,

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