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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

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ST. NICHOLAS.

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NEWPORT.

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SWANSEA.

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COWBRIDGE.

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COWBRIDGE. POLICE COURT.—There was only one case for hearing at this court on Tuesday, when a lad was fined 6d. and costs for destroying gooseberry trees, and tne value of 5d. SMALL-POX.—We believe there has not as yet been any fresh cases in the town this week. Our Corporation are rather slow in seeking means to prohibit the excess of travelling-professed beggars over-crowding some of the low lodging-houses, whereby in some cases this sad disease is more or less spread in the country. We are pleased to hear that the gentry and farmers of villages in the locality are on the alert, and providing the services of efficient doctors, and fixing temporary hospitals, should the malady break out among any of their poorer neigh- bours. ° EDUCATION LEAGUE.—At a recent meeting of this society, held at the vestry-room of ths Baptist Chapel, under the presidency of the Rev. Timothy Thomas, Bap- tist minister the following resolutions were unanimously adopted Ttiat this meeting approves the resolutions to be moved by Mr, Dixon in Parliament on the 5th of Miirch, respecting alterations in the Education Act of »S70, especially the obnoxious 5th clause, and respect- fully but earnestly requests our representatives to give Mr. Dixon their valuable support." Also, That thia meeting approves of the Resolution adopted by the Execu- tive Committee on the 15th of February, 'that in view of the great number of teachers required under the Elemen- tary Education Act, 1870, for schools under the control of the representatives of the ratepayers, it is the duty of the Government to provide normal schools under public and responsible management, and that Mr. G. O. Trevelyan, M.P., be requested to introduce a motion into the House of Commons to this effect."

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