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f PONTYPOOL. We have been given to understand, that an ex- amiiiation of the Pontypool town school will take place on 1 Wednesday, the 10th instant. The chair will be taken at six o'clock, The children will be examined in the Scriptures, history of England, natural history, mechanics, grammar, sacred and secular geography, mensuration, mental and slate arithmetic. A number of drawings—the productions or the drawing class-will be submitted to the visitors, for inspection or sale. The examination will be enlivened by the singing of appropriate pieces from Hullah and others, together with the Hallelujah Chorus. DEATH FROM DROWNING.—The canal in the neighbourhood of Pontypool, bids fair to be as fatal to human life\ as the famed Scylla or Charvbdis. An elderly man named Williams, was last week found drowned, near the Pontnewydd forge. A coroner's inquest was held on the body, and, in the absence of particulars of the fatality, a verdict of Found Drowned returned.—Another man, named Lewis, returning home on Saturday night last, in a state of intoxication, fell into the canal near Trosnant, where his body was found 011 Wednesnay morning,— [We received a very full report of the inquest on the body of Williams, from a valuable correspondent, which came to hand after the above was in type.] A t the Aberystruth Petty Sessions, on the 28th ultimo, eleven persons were summoned by Mr. Graham, in- spector of weights and measures, and the fines levied on them for certain deficiences amounted to £20., and costs, £ 6s. 6d. BLAENAVON.—On the 28th ultimo, an accident which terminated fatally, befel David Davis, a collier, aged 42, who was working in the Garn-ar-ryw pit, by a quantity of coal and earth falling upon him, bruising him in a dreadful manner. He lingered, in great agony, until Thursday, when death ceased his suffering. An inquest was held 011 Tuesday, the 2nd inst., before Thomas Hughes, Esq., coroner, when a verdict of Accidental Death, was returned. — T-+

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