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MELANCHOLY AND FATAL ACCIDENT.—On

TO CORRESPONDENTS. -

ILMLSOT1 HIGH WATER. AT NEWPORT.-

THE SINGLE ELECTIONS.

CAUTIONS TO RAILWAY SPECULATORS.…

POST OFFICE.,

NEWPORT CATTLE MARKET—WKDNESDAY,…

VESSELS IN NEWPORT DOCK.-OCT.…

SAINT MELLONS PLOUGHING MATCH.

ABERGAVENNY.

ABERGAVENNY PLOUGHING MATCH.

MONMOUTH.

METRHYR.

TOWN HALL, NEWPORT. THURSDAY,…

ROCK PETTY SESSIONS, VVKDNESDAV,…

To the Editor of the Monmouthshire…

To the Editor of the Monmouthshire…

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To the Editor of the Monmouthshire Merlin. r. Sir'jTJnlhe reP°rt Pven in your paper of the Abergavenny iiisteddtood, you have favoured me with more than my due T? rf- u ,.onours- Your report makes me the author of the English lines addressed to Dwarkanauth Tagore. Permit me to inform your readers that those verses are the production, if I mistake not, of a Mr. Thomas, from Merthyr. The prize of ten guineas offered the previous day, was for the best ten En- glynion in Welsh, on the visit of the illustrious stranger. The judges decided in favour of the compositions sent in by Mr. William Morgan, (Gwilyw Gellideg) Rumnev, and myself, and recommended that the prize should be divided between us, and that from both compositions one set of ten Englynion should be selected. Not having seen the selection of the judges, I forward a copy of my Englynion for insertion in your paper, if acceptable. I remain, sir, yours respectfully. EVAN JONES, (leuan Gwynedd.) Tredegar, October, 28th, 1845. (The Euglynion shall appear in our next.)

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