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ABERDARE.

PONTYPRIDD.

LLANDILO.

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ABERYSTWYTST"

NORTH WALES.

MERIONETHSHIRE ASSIZES.

MONTGOMERYSHIRE ASSIZES.

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MONTGOMERYSHIRE ASSIZES. This county also is pretty free from crime. Mr. Justice Cresswell, in delivering his charge to the grand jury, said that that was the first time he had the honour of administering justice in that part of the Princi- pality. The calendar was an exceedingly light one, and presented a very favourable contrast as compared with the calendars of most of the English counties. The charges were* only six altogether, five of which presented no feature of malignity. The other was a serious charge of manslaughter, but in which there were some mitigating circumstances, as z) n there did not appear to be any premeditated malice on the part of the prisoner. The prisoner was subsequently found guilty, and sentenced to three months' imprisonment. BANGOR AND BEAUMARIS U.Nio.,i.-At the last meeting of the guardians of the above union, Dr. Roberts moved the following resolution "That the thanks of the board are due, and they are grate- fully awarded to the ministers of the Calvinistic Methodists, of the Wesleyans, of the Independents, and of the Baptists, to whose gratuitous services in weekly rotation, as teachers of the Gjspel, the inmates of this workhouse have been exclusively indebted for religious instruction, and for the performance of public worship, from the time that the house was opened in 1846, up to the present time." He hoped next year, should he be a guardian, to include the ministers of the Church sect. He also said that their house presented a pleasing contrast to what was described as the state of the Wrexham, Holywell, and Ruthin work- houses. [The Carnarvon Herald of last Saturday charges us with copying the notices of the meetings of the boards which have appeared in our columns, from his pages. Our contemporary, with an air of self-satisfaction, quotes the fol- lowing' as his motto, "Do justice, love mercy, and deal honestly with all men," and hopes the sentiment will be reciprocated by ourselves. We love the sentiment, and endeavour to live according to it. There is another text from the same unerring standard, to which we beg the atten- tion of our contemporary. We refer to the first t) five verses of the seventh chapter of Matthew. We are prepared to go through the files of the PRINCIPALITY and Herald, and have no hesitation in affirming that the piracies, of which he now complains, will be found two to one in his favour. We have often been struck with the unblushing effrontery of the Herald, in copying South Wales intelligence from the PRINCIPALITY without an acknowledgment.] n BALA LAKE.—A fine trout was caught in this lake, on Thursday week, which weighed upwards of nine pounds and z, a half, and measured thirty inches in length. THE EDUCATION QUESTION.—The Rev. James Rhys Jonee, of Kilsby, has addressed a letter to the Carnarvon Herald, in which he calls on the Rev. E van Jones, late of Tredegar, "first, to publish in the columns of the Carnar- von Herald, where the charge appeared, your -proofs positive' that anyWelshmen have been, or are Qi.V 'hired to ivrite and speak on behalf of the delusions" of government; and, secondly, to specify by name those Welshmen whom you charge with having been, or with being hired to write and speak on behalf of the delusions' of government."

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