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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.! -

r, GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.

HOUSE OF LORDS.—Mid •

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CARDIFF.

' SWANSEA. '

ABERDARE.

WHITLAND.

HAVERFORDWEST.

MERTHYR. !

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vjA_i-adjourn TOWN, COUNCIL.…

THE BRISTOL RECORDERSHIP.!

A MINER BURIED ALIVE.I

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A MINER BURIED ALIVE. I A few days ago a miner was shut up in a pit at Bilston, in South Staffordshire, by a fall of coal, &c., from the roof of a gate road. It now affords us satis- faction to state that he has been rescued, alive and unhurt, after being imprisoned for ten hours The workmen persevered in their efforts until they opened the headway, and liberated the captive. So little injury had he suffered from foul air or the water in which* he had been wading for so many hours that the same evening he walked home to rejoin his wife and family, whose joy at bis extraordinary restoration to them after all hope had fled is more easy to imagine than describe. It adds another interesting episode to the romance of the mine.

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CARDIFF BENEFIT AND ANNUITANT…

mmiOUTHSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS…

ALLEGED" TOUTING BY A CARDIFF…

ADVANCE IN THE PRICE OF COAL…

THE SHEFFIELD ENGINEERS. :

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