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OPENING OF THE FRENCH CHAMBERS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

t TIMES OF HIGH WATER AT NEWPORT

WEEKLY CALENDAR.

FEARFUL DISTRESS IN IRELAND.

UNVEILING OF THE POOR LAW…

REPORT OF THE GAME LAW COMMITTEE.

WASTE OF PUBLIC MONEY.

THE ALLEGED ENCOURAGEMENT…

WITHDRAWAL OF THE IRISH ARMS…

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

CAERLEON.I

USK.

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USK. RoBBFRY OF A COTTACE.—On the 12th instant, the cottag of E. Phillips, gardener employed by Mrs. Pocock, of Beeco, Hill, was entered, and 27 sovereigns, and eight shillings ig silver, abstracted from the dwelling, which is about half a milt from Usk, and nearly adjoining the turnpike road leadilig from Usk to Abergavenny. Phillips and his wife were out "I work, and no doubt the thief knew of the money some silv'^l spoons and clothes had been removed from their place* but were not stolen. The cottage was entered in the d.y! by means of taking out a pane of glass from the casement ot the window sufficient to admit a person of small size,—so thil more than one is suspected and when the wife of Phillip; returned in the evening, she found the street-door careful# bolted inside. No clue has as yet been obtained to lead tO the apprehension of the robbers. COMMITMENTS TO USE PHISON.— John Griffiths, was COF victed on the 5th of August, by T. L. Brewer, Esq., for ne £ lecting to maintain his family, whereby they became charge' able to the parish of Aberystruth. One month hard labour -Samuel Davis and Wm. Lewis, convicted on the 8th insl- by Wm. Powell and G. W. Gabb, clerks, were charged wittl stealing from Daniel Evans, at Abergavenny, one sovereign 10s. in silver, and a bag—Harriet Tranter, by the sarne' magistrates, was charged with being an idle and disorderly1 person in Abergavenny. One month hard labour.-WillisO James, by the same magistrates, was charged with assaulting James Banks, at Abergavenny. One month, or pay 12,68. 6d- -William Hayward, convicted on the 11th inst., by Williaw1 Hollis, Esq., was charged with being an idle and disorderly] person in the parish of Chepstow. Fourteen days' hard labour. — Cornelius Hadnot, convicted by Joseph Latch and Edward Dowling, Esqrs., as a rogue and vagabond in the borough o' Newport. Three months' hard labour.—Ann Mead, by J Latch and T. Hughes, Esqrs., was charged with stealing pota'( toes in a garden, the property of Joseph Giles. Fourteen day* imprisonment.

MONMOUTH. i

CHEPSTOW.