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-'---TO AGENTS.

TO SUBSCRIBERS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

REACTION.

jTHE REV. MR. GORHAM.:

THE VICTORIA WORKS.

THE BISHOP OF EXETER.

CARDIFF.

ST. MELLOFS.

NEWPOIIT."VV

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NEWPOIIT. V V TEETOTALISM.—The friends of the temperance cause, in port held their annual tea meeting at the UWnhalion Fri- day, when a great number of persons assembled to enjoy the en tertainment. At seven o'clock the Rev. Spencer, M.A., f Bath, addressed a crowded meeting on the subject, and to theevi.. dent satisfaction of the audience. The cool and collected but- clear manner of Mr. Spencer is highly pleasing. DEATH BY DROWNING.—A labouring man named John James came to aa untimely end on the,evempg( oi' Tue^nv last between ten and eleven o'clock. In coming home from hia club it apnearft that he missed the bridge that crosses the canal at the bottom of Dock-street by Union tavern, and walked right into tle canlw, from whence he was extricated a corpse. CATTLE MARKET, WEDNESDAV, APRIL II.Our market thij week was well supplied with stock, especially sheep, but salei- very slow. We noticed some fine cattle belonging to Messrs Ileen of Penycraig, Smith of Masglas, and Murphy, general dea- ler. The sheep department was unusually good COWftj and calves averaged from 1; 10 to C 12 per head. There was a good supply of pigs, but prices a shade lower. Calves were pleutiful with a steady demand. 1 v

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