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HOUSE OF LORDS.—MONDAY.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—MONDAY.

VOCHRIW.

- ABERDARE.

YSTRADGYNLAIS.

LLWYNCELYN.

NEATH.

LAMPETER.

CARDIFF.

TREHERBERT.

LLANDILO.

ABERYSTWITH.

HAVERFORDWEST.

NARBERTH.

NEWPORT.

LLANDAFF.

PENARTH.

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MERTHYR. VAYNOR SCHOOL BOARD.—At the meeting of this Board yesterday, Mrs. Crawshay, presided. The business was of a formal nature altogether. The accounts were passed and second bills ordered to be paid, and a letter was read from the Education Department sanctioning the bye- laws. DESPERATE ASSAULT.—At the police court yesterday, James Donovan was charged with assaulting William Yardly, at Dowlais, on Saturday night. It appeared from the evidence that both parties were in drink when they had a dispute about some work which led to blows, and in the fight Donovan, who himself bore much of rough usage, fetched a poker, with which he attacked Yardly furiously, and dealt him some frightful blows. Mr Cresswell proved the nature of the wounds, which extended to the bone, and prisoner was committed for trial at the next sessions. FELONY.—Catherine Edwards was charged with steal- ing various articles of wearing apparel, the property of Ellen Thomas Prisoner had been employed as a char- woman at Mrs. Thomas's house, and the articles were missed at several times until suspicion fell upon her, and inquiries having been made, some of them were traced to her, and others had been pawned by her. The Bene'} committed her for trial. John Parry, landlord of the Anchor Tavern, was fined 40s. and costs for an infringement of his license, by refus- ing to admit the police.

SWANSEA.