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.sent, li-CON I 8e4t down the Glamorganshire Canal, the year ending the 31af December, 1833. IBvW-ii- Tons Tk m Crawshay 37,380 The ^owlais Iron Company 35,072 c Penydarran Iron Company 12,150 and A. Hill 12,093 cAberdare Iron Company 6,964 Blakemore 3,519 alt Vale Company 3,461 r«wn, Lennox and Company 890 p te ,ron Company 572 ad'ys Iron Company 214 t Total. 112,315 j__ COAL the Glamorganshire Canal the year ending the Slst December, 1833. Tons l'boinas I?owe", and Co. 69,233 Walter Coffin, 50,475 | «°bert Tho^te* 16,563 J' heorge Insole 12,943 i p °,rgan Thomas 10,540 » r*'rns and Davis 8,657 I Du-T'a's Company 1,520 Thomas.: l.,140 i plr C. Suiith 60T | evan Evans 300 ( Total. 171,978 I Paris] 1TY*—There are now living in the atnoi 1 ^e"y»are nine persons, whose united ages h. nt lo 787 years: they all live in the Hamlet of "S°id, except two. ">ou E/DFLL ACCIDENT.—OU Wednesday last, (jp.A ve o'clock in the afternoon, a little boy named .'n Gethin, grandson of Mr. Thomas, of Pantglaes, in lnthe brewhouse at that farm, when, approach- ing •°° near to the barrel of wort, he fell with his 'j^ ,In. boiling liquor, and was severely scalded, (u e'nJury however might have been remedied, but 8a~ readful state of alarm in which the poor little pj*rer continued, so weakened him, that he ex- about nine o'clock the same evening. IMERTHYR POLICE. efore J. 13. BRUCE, and VV. THOMAS, Esqrs. —This was the first transfer day 'he last act for public house licences. The Ijj^1 Lion was trans-ferred to Margaret Williams—. Lion to William Evans, and the Swan to The magistrates refused to jyjjj er the licence of the Cambrian Tap to John th he having been convicted for irregularity under G flRF House Act. ^ilP Hughes, Morgan Morgan, and William <WUUnS'Were ft,,ed ^s. *>d. each and costs,for pushing Blanche Hughes in the streets of Merthyr. j„ <*efendants were rather fresh1' and were walk- Waee arni 'a arm" to 'he obstruction of the whole *80^ ^et,k'n9 at,d Thomas Davies were fined 5s. otheratlt^ cost9> f°r aa assault upon John Felton and po^rbert Williams, Mason, was convicted of eXr j0 bis person, with intent of insulting Elizabeth the *n '^e PuLlic road it however appeared that Hj. Mother of the female had made a sort of compro- IIJ e' ant* had actually received part of the money, p .^sequence of this transaction, and the great lt;?nce and sorrow of the offender, the complaint S dismissed, the magistrates assuring the offender ha I,ot been for this compromise, he would *e been sent for three months to the treadwheel. j,E..ASE OF MULTIFARIOUS SETTLEMENT.—Eliza- aD J°nes, alias Bishop, applied for relief, when it appeared on examination, that herself, her late hus- Q and four children, were settled in six different \yr**hes. The husband William Jones was a North les sweep and had a wife living when he married lJe aPplieant. The woman had, of course, her maiden Settlement, and (owing to the wandering occupation bo • father) the children (all illegitimate) were ri1 in four different parishes JANUARY 10. °hn Richard Edward was committed for three 0^lh8 to the House of Correction, for wilfully and *o exposing his person in a place of public re £ *"» with intent to insult Mary Evan, wife of Edward Half-moon, of Pwllyweiad.

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