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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

ABORTIVE ATTACK ON THE QUEEN.

HOUSE OF LORDS.—THURSDAY.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—THURSDAY.

PROVINCIAL INSURANCE COMPANY.

CARDIFF.

SWANSEA.

HAVERFORDWEST.

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HAVERFORDWEST. THE MASONIC HALL.—This splendid building was thrown open to the public on Wednesday evening. An amateur entertainment of a first-class character was witnessed by a crowded audience. The artistic merits of the exterior part of the building, which has been the subject of so much praise for months past, are not con- fined to the outside. The interior displays the same good taste and able judgment. The entertainment cannot be spoken too highly of, the characters throughout being sustained in a manner that would have reflected infinite credit on an experienced company of professionals. PETTY SESSIONS.—At the petty sessions, held at the Shire-hall, yesterday, before Mr. J. W. Phillips and other magistrates, Cornelius Doyle, aged 14 years. was charged with stealing a quantity of oats from Mr. Sellick's stable, Quay-street. Sentenced to 21 days' imprison- ment with hard labour, at the expiration of which to be sent four years to a Reformatory School.

CAERPHILLY.

EBBW VALE.

BRITON FERRY.

NEWPORT.

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