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SWANSEA. 011 Sunday last a sermon was preached in the parish church of Swansea, by the Kev. Doctor Hewson, vicar, in aid of the National Society for the Education of the Pnor in the Principles of the Established Church, and a co 11 re* ion made to the amount of £ 21 13s for that purpose. SWANSEA SPIlING ASSIZE*. On Thursday last, the Honourable Sir Thoma Coltnian, one of her .Majesty's Justices of the Court of Common Pleas, arrived at Swansea, escorted hv the High Sheriff, Joseph Martin, Esq., the javelin men, and a numerous and highly respectable retinue. His lordship immediately proceeded to the Hall, "I where the commission was opened. The Court was then adjourned to Friday. The Sheriff's ordinary at the Mackworth Arms was very well attended upwards of fifty gentlemen sat down to an excellent entertainment. His lortlsitip was to attend Divine Service at Saint Mary's Church, Friday. The Rev. Thomas Bowen was to read the service, and the Sheriff's chaplain, the Rev. Wm llew.son, D.D.. preach the assize sermon. In our next we will present our readers with a very full report of all the trials. .#,I'#ØI,I.

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