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fit o unto uth^fuv?. Among the small minority of 13, on the Poor Law Amendment Act, were the names of J. Bailey, Juur. Wyndham Lewis, and R.J. Blewitt. The living of Panteague, "in this county, as well as that of Bapalev, vacant by the death of Mr Leeson, Panteague, i^ in the gift of our Lord Lieuten- ant. The Rev. Mr Price, Rector of Dingeston, is to be preferred to the Rectory of Llanarth. Roger Hopkins, Esq., the manager of the Mon- mouthshire iron and coal company's works, at Lower Ebbw Vale, has lately discovered on the company's land, near Abercarfie, one of the finest veins of large house coal in South Wales; it is three feet thick, and within a few yards of the Newport Canal. This, and the great increase in the supply of coal from Back- well, will soon lower the price in this city.-Bristol Mercury. NEWPORT.—Mr Robert Sallows, of this town, is appointed guardian for Machen, in the room of the late Mr New. On Tuesday, the 27th ult. was launched, from the ship-yard of Mr Roberts, builder, a sloop, called the Tredegar, belonging to MrSpeary, intended as a regu- lar trader between this port aud Bristo!. On Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday last, there were unusually high tides, at Newport: the marsiies and low lands were inundated. 011 Saturday night, a trow called the Galley, belonging to Bristol, loaded with coal, got on some piles on the bank of tbe river, and became a total wreck. All her materials were saved, except the mast On Sunday morning, between two and three o'clock, some mischievous miscreants put out the lamps in the streets; several panes of glass in the lamps were broken, and some gas pipes injured. Six panes of glass were also demolished in the windows of Messrs Williams and Sons, bankers.

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