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HOUSE OF COMMONS.—TUESDAY,…

MINISTERS' MONEY (IRELAND).

TIOUSE OF COMMONS.—WEDNESDAY,…

TO CORRESPONDENTS. I

OTNGIIAM versus CALICO.—SOLOMON…

CARDIFF.-

THE "GENERAL NOTT."

NEWPORT.

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NEWPORT. CATTLE MARKET, WEDNESDAY, MARPH 28.—The market this week was but scantily supplied with ftit Stock, especially beef and mutton, and rather less business doing than usual- There was a good supply of pigs, in consequence of an arrival from Ireland, but ptices rather lower than last week No horses appeared. WESLEYAN CHAPEL, PH-Too-OPENING SERVICES.—This ele- gant chapel lately erected in Pill was opened on Thuisday, the 22ud inst. The Rev. Dr. Beiumont preached in the morning and evening, and the Rev. William Allen, Baptist minister, ill the afternoon. The congregations were good throughout, es- pecially in the evening, when the place was crowded to excess- The collections amounted to L50. Services were again held on Sunday last for the same purpose. The Rev. Wm. Arthur, of Paris, preached. We are informed the collections on Sunday werei37. Next Sunday the Rev. Joseph Ward, of Bristol, to officiate.

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THE NAVIGATION LAWS.