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PIBDA Y, MARCH 1, 1872. .

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THE RECENT ACCIDENT TO LADY…

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THE RECENT ACCIDENT TO LADY KER. Although the present hunting season has so far proved one of the dullest on record, it has unhappily been marred by more than the average number of accidents. The latest, that to Lady CHARLES INNES i- KER, has deprived the Court of one of its beauties, society of an ornament, and brought the deepest sorrow and anxiety on her husband and their children. Lady CHARLES KER is the youngest daughter of Mr. PEERS WILLIAMS, of Temple, is sister to Lady D AX GAN and f to Colonel OWEN WILLIAMS, of tho Blues. She married j in 1860 Lord CHARLES INNES KEn, Captain in the Scots Fusilier Guards, and second son of the Duke of Box- f BURGHE. She was a splendid horsewoman, as the habitues of Rotten Row will remember and in this re- spect she probably excelled her husband, who is himself an equestrian of no mean ability. The poor lady's horse fell with her, and in endeavouring to regain its feet the animal inflicted a fatal kick upon its rider's skull. Her Majesty, with whom the deceased was all especial favorite, has been deeply afflicted by this melancholy event. The unfortunate lady is connected with several leading families in Wales.

PENARTH HARBOUR, DOCK, ANDi…

FUNERAL OF A SON OF BURNS.

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ABERDARE.