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BREC OMSHIRE. < -UK* '• BRECOX. -There will be Five Quarter Ses- sions during the year 1833. The first were.held on the 1st day of January, and the last falls on the last day of DecSembdr. CLVDACU IRON WORKS-—In the Gazette of Deo,- 3, we observe the dissolution of the partnership of Messrs. E. Frere and. Co., Clydach iron Works, Breconshire. ( ALARMING ACCIDFNT.Oll the evening of ili4 25th ult. the day on which the house of Buckland wait enlivened by the birth of the son and-heir of Major- Gwynne Hoiford, the gallant Major was caressing his infant with all the feelings of delight incident to suchji an occasion, when, by some unfortunate accident, the; flame of the candle came in contact with the bed on' which his lady was lying. The bed clothes were irn- mediately in flames, and the fire threatened for a time: the most tragical conclusion to the interesting and' auspicious day. By prompt and energetic assistance however, the flarneswere extinguished, not without the most serious alarm to Mrs. Holford and the famiiyj The lady was obliged, in the very delicate state in' which she w-is, to undergo-the hazardous operation of* being removed to another room; but weaie happy t0; learn that no permanent injury is likely to result. A labourer, who was occasionally employed- by the Brecon 1 ram Road Company, last week^ whilst en- gaged at the machinery met vvith a very serious accident. His leg got entangled in one of the Wheels and was dread-' fully bruised. Amputation became necessary, and the unfortunate man has been in a very precarious state, but- we understand he is likely to recover. Last week, David Thomas, of 'Devynnock, butcher, was employed to slaughter a cow, the property of. John Morgan, hsq.; whilst in the act of knocking shen down she fell upou him. His leg was broken, and be now lies in a very dangerous state. PllliSENT Sl'ATE OF THE BRECKNOCK. COUNTY c A nr. For Trial at the Assizes Sessions .3 Assize and Sossions Cjnvictions. 6 Summary Convictions (including five sol- dieis sentenced by Court? Martial). 9 Debtor 7 Total 30 Of the above there are, Mate. 23 Female. 2 About 20 persons were summoned before J. B. Bruce and J. H.Morgan, Esqrs. for neglecting to pay their poor rates in the parish of Vainor; six were exonerated from poverty-the remainder. were ordered to pay. i

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HENRY MORGAN THE WELSH BUCCANEER

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