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JH LI U I I I L i L PnrtP.xo-MrftMEinsM.—Tut-: Lamk Waiting LAST XJGnT. On Tuesday evening, J-. W. Jackson, E-q., delivered his fare- well lecture to a respectable and more numerous audience than ive. saw at any previous evening. Mr. Jackson treated of Mesmerism and ,)Iir, in their moral and metaphysical aspects, demonstrating that they lead neither to materialism NOR fatalism, but on the contrary, indicate' the -spirituality of man's nature. and the responsibility of his position." He sooke admirably, and his speech was characterised by true philosophy and souad sense-—the only fault we tind with him is too much rapidity for a mixed audience. Samuel Evans, from this town, then stepped to the platform, and stated that he had been cured bv Mr. Davey after having been six years bedridden in conscqticnce of rheumatic pains in his legs. He had tried all the medical men he knew, and was for some time in the Swansea Infirmary, but was nothing better; he had now thrown off his crutches. He recommended all individuals to go to Mr. Davey. (TIe spoke in W els a, and the Kev. Joseph Morris interpreted.; Pullman, the crier, then an»oun'-ed from the body of the room that he had also been cured by Mr. Davey, on Satur lav last. Now came the operation. Mr. Davev then mesmerise i SEVERAL persons two little boys were mesmerised and dan.-ed to the harp Master Tom Davev was mesmerised, TM 1 p -rfotailed a vatijtyof operations to the great satisfaction of the an iieuee. Mr. Davey then returned thanks to the in- habitants of Merthyr, for the extended patronage he had RE.-ENTTI. He was loudly cheered at the close. Mr. Davey, in. the course of his address, strongly recommended the establish- ment of a philosophical institution in this town. He paid a higl c inplimen to the intelligent workmen of the town, and said hi F-ilrid Mer hyr quite different from what it wa,.i represented k ,h rn to be. AnestPemed correspondent kindly sent UE a report of Mr. iackso lecture, but we regret to, state that we did not receive i' until we were just going to press. SOMK weeks ago we mentioned that a "honest thief'' entered Mr. JJmu el st ll at the Market Hou»O, and took AWAY nnt pair of shoes or IWJOIS. Not so last Wednesday night, f >r WE re informed that some person or persons entered and ook away from £ 15 to £20 worth of boots and shoes,, TRADESMEN should never leave THEIR goods in such elaces, -========-==- PKOFUSSOU WHKWJSLL has presented Merthyr Library with his "Elements of Morality," beautifully got up in two volumes. Also the Edition of the English Hexameter, Translations from Schiller Goethe, Homer. AJeleager, and Calliflus, in one volume. CYFARTHFA.—On Monday last, the colliers in these works ap- plied to Robeit Crawshay, Esq., for an advance of wages. Mr Crawshay gave no distinct promise when the advance should be made. THE LATE Mtts THOMAS, OF HIGH-STREET.—This esteemed Christian was interred at Bethesda chapel burying-ground, on Friday evening. We observed the following ministers in the fu.- neral Revs. Messrs. Daniel Roberts, Dowlais Benj. Owen, Zoar T. B. Evans, Ynysgau and Dan. Jones, Bethesda, Inde- pendent minister- Abraham Jones, Thomas Davies, High-street chapel; J no. Jones, Zion chapel; E. Williams, M.A., and David Lewis, Baptist ministers Evan Harries, Calvinistic Methodist minister. The Rev. Lewis Powell, Independent minister, of Car- diff officiated on the occasion. He took for his textthe 17th verse of the 5th chapter of Romans, For if by one man's offence death reigned by one much more they which receive abundance of grace and of the gtft of righteousness shall reign in life by one Jesus Christ. Mr. Powell, it appeared, was admitted a member of a Christian Church the same time as the deceased.

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