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MONMOUTHSHIRE. NEWPORT.—An account of the Coal and Iron shipped for the last twelve months at Newport, as published tby the Canal Company.—For the quarter enditil,- Tons Tons June 30, 1832 Coal 12-2,134 Iron 29,017 S,pt. 30 138,447 26,845 Dec. 31 134,240 27,765 Mar. 31, 1833 93,6-'7 29,202 I it. Tons 488,448 Tons 112,829 i CIIFPSTOW '-L(tittic,'t of the Couyo.— A fine brj". 25J tons burthen, was launched from Mr. J. Davis's yard, on Saturday last, called lie Congo, the pro- perty of Messrs. King, of Bristol, to be used in tha African trade. His Grace the Duk? of Beaufort has been pleased to appoint Mr John Evans, ofcllepstow, to be his Grace's Coroner for the Manor ami Liberty of Chepstow, vacant by the death of James Evans, Esq Messrs. Jones and Roberts, timber merchants, of this town, have engaged in the business of ship- building; and intend immediately to lay down two vessels of 300 tons each. The dry-dock has also been thoroughly cleaned out, and is now fit for the recep- tion of vessels wanting i-opaii, so that we may anticipate a little stir in the business of this port, the prospects of which have so long been clouded.

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