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USES AND MODES OF IMPKlSONM…

THE NEWPORT AND PILLGWENTLLY…

FOREIGN AFFAIRS,

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

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To the Editor of tht Monmouthshire…

THE POTATOE DISEASE.

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THE POTATOE DISEASE. To tk» Editor of the Monmouthshire Mnlin. Sitl,—The only apology I can offer you tor obtruding my remarks, must rest with the importance of my communication, whether good or bad. It is the practice of the cheap bakers of Newport to mix the flour with a portion of potatoes, and no doubt a proper propor- tion of those really valuable esculents must prove truly beneficial but what I complain of is, that my master, and other master bakers, will not PARE the skins from off the potatoes, on the ground of lpss of time; the consequence of which results in dispepsia in adult individuals, and serious illness to children. Let me implore master bakers to pare all potatoes before they are passed through the sieve, else the rinds will impregnate the bread, and make it taste like my master's, as if made of chatf or sawdust. Yours, &c., A JOURNEYMAN BAKER. «

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To the Editor of the Monmouthshire…

To the Editor of the Monmouthshire…

NEWPORT, ABERGAVENNY, AND…

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Family Notices