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COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH,

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FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES.

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BIRTH OF A PRINCE OF WALES.

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THE RELIGIOUS PROTEUS.

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Vice Chancellor Knight Bruce, and Vice Chan- cellor Wigrarn are both to.he--appaiated- Privy Councillors. The distinction of Vice Chancellor of England is to ccase with Sir Launcelot Shad- well's tenure of the office, and the Vice Chancellors will then rank according to seniority. The new Vice Chancellors take rank immediately after the Chief Baron, and before the Judges. A Danish schooner, called the Gibson, from the Port of Cardiff, botfnd to Altona, had a dreadful collision on the night of Monday the I st inst" with the Schooner "Mark Breeds," Capt. Wallis, which was on her way from London to Liverpool. The Danish schooner sank, and every soul on board perished except the captain, who sprang frGm the rigging to the bowsprit of the Mark Breeds, and was saved. The Danish vessel was laden with iron ore. Our readers will perceive by an advertisement in our advertising columns, that Mr. Jefferson, the Physiologist, is now in this town, and may be con- sulted by those who are anxious to dive into the mysteries of Physiology and Phrenology. We have heard Mr. Jefferson spoken of as a very clever man and we know that many individuals have visited him during the time he has been here. His stay in our town will be but short those, therefore, who wish to consult him should lose no time. CAHDIFF MECHANICS' INSTITUTE.—A lecture waS delivered on Wednesda* evening last at the institu- tion, on Poetry." by a gentleman of this town. Dr^ Vachfll lectures on Wednesday next, on th§ Human Eye." We perceive with pleasure that a translation of the Essay to which the prize of eighty guineas waa awarded by I ,is Excellency the Chevalier Bunsen, at the last Ahergavenny Cymreigyddion, is now pub- lished, and was issued from the elegant press of Mr. Uees, of Llandovery The original, it will be remem- bered, was written in German, by the Uell-knowa Albert Schultz, (San Marte). The name of the tran- slator has not transpired, hut it will no doubt be known, at all events it is evidently done by no inferior hand, though the interest of the snbject needed no addition to make it eagerly sought after.

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GLAMORGANSHIRE CANAL.

BUTE DOCKS, CARDIFF.

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NEATH SHIPPING LIST. CLEAIIED…