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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

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.+- MONMOUTH. MONMOUTH WINTER FAIR.—This fail was held on Saturday last. The quantity of cattle exposed for sale was not so great as upon some former occasions, hut buyers werA veiy plentiful. Fat beasts were sold at 5d per lb. Sheep wriv comparatively scanty. Steers, as well as alt-r>ther de- scriptions of stock, sold well, and at good prices. A or a more remunerative sale, has seldom been known. are something loner. The horse (air was also well supplied. In the cheese market, the avegare quantity was pitched, but the high prices caused a very 1 inited sale. Kest. making a\ e I raged from f3. to .£::J. [is.; seconds, .12. (is. to i'2, IDs.— Ai, this fair, pickpockets were as plentiful as blackberries. One of the gang was detected robbing a woman of her purse, and was consigned to durance vile. Ah. (iuyt^ of Mitcliel Troy, lost 128 from his pocket, which he did not miss until he was on his return to his home. Jn another instance, a person was robbed of £ L li»s. SUDDFN DEATH. — Yesterday week, Mr. T. Jones, of Stanton. near Monmouth, having transacted some business at Neivland, was leaving that village on itorseback. about nine o'clock in the evening, when his saddle slipped under him, and he was tin own to the ground, and must have been killed almost instantaneously. A person who was pro- ceeding through the village, observed the horse in the road without its rider, and, within a finv yards of the spot, lay the lifeless body of poor Jones. He had not left his last house of call more than ten minutes, before he was taken back to it. a corpse. The deceased was f)7 years ot age, and being a stout person, it is thought that the shock produced by the fall brought on apoplexy. An inquest, has been held on'the body, and a verdict of Accidental death" returned. MONMOUTH TOWN COUNCIL. WATCH lIATE. At a meeting of the Council, held on Wednesday last the report of the gentlemen appointed to examine the corporation accollilt4 was presented. Some of the suggestions contained in the report were postponed for further consideration, but they were not deemed surt.c.ently weighty to prevent the pro- gress ol the intended Watch Rate. A motion to this effect was proposed by M, Oratrex, and seconded by Mr..lolm Powell, and rece.vcd the votes of all present excepting those Powell, and rece.vcd the votes of all present excepting those I ol the new members- ALMS BOURK RETURN. I lie lolloping names were returned to the Court of Haher casheis, for their selection of one of the number to occupy the alms-house vacant, by the late Mrs. Daniel Margaret Jones, Mrs. Jane Jones, and Mrs. Harriet Yeates. ADMISSION OF TUB J*RFSS. The question of the admission of reporters of the press to f the meetings ot the Council was again brought forward, but was lost, on a division, by six to three -the only persons vot- ing for the measure being Mr. Bromage, Mr Vaughan, and Mr Cofsens, The Council then adjourned.

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