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A PROPOSAL BY PROXY.

IN-DOOR ECONOMY.

THE LATE FIRE IN THE TOWER.

FRAUDULENT ISSUE OF EXCHEQUER…

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,jo L Saturday, November 13, 1841. Published by the sole Proprietor HENRY WEBBER, at Wood field House, in the Parish of Saint John. in the Town of Cardiff and County of Glamon, and Printed by him at his General Printing QfSce, in Duke-street, in the said Parish of Saint John, in the Town and County aforesaid. Advertisements and Orders received by the following Agents: — LONDON — Air. Barker, 33, Kleet Street; Messrs Newton and Co., 5, Warwick Square; Mr. G. Reynell, 42, Chancery Lane; Mr. Deacon, 3, Walhrook. near the Mansion House; Mr. Joseph Tho ê as, I, Finch Lane. Cornhill; Mr. Hammond, 27, Lombard Street; Mr. Charles Barker, 12, Birchin Lane; and Messrs Clarke anl Lewis, Crown Court. Thrcadneedls Street. ABERGAVENNY: Mr C. R. Pliillii)s, Auctioneer. BEAUFORT: 11 LAIN A BRYN MAWR: KBBW VALE* A N I'YGL <>. HUE CON Mr Win. Dv^ns^ Ship Street. BRIDGEND Mr. David Jenkins. IJlnsToL: Mr John llees, 31 College Green. CHEPSTOW Mr. Taylor. NEWBRIDGE: Post Oilice. CRICKHOW ELL Mr. T. William.. Post Office. HEREFORD Mr. W. II. Vale, Bookseller. High Street. LLANDOVERY Mr William lIees. Post Office. IJLANDAFF: Md. Hncuwell, Registrar's Office. JLERTHYR Mr. Edward WLgin. NON MOUTH Mr C. Hough, Bookseller, &c. NEATH Mr Wiliiam Prichard liees, Green Street. NEWBRIDGE: Mr TholUiiS Williams. Ironmonger. NEWCASTLE EMI.YN: Mr William Jones, Printer and Stationer, Bridgend House. PEMBROKE: Mr ft. C. Trewecks, Chemist and Book teller. PONTYPOOL Mr g. Prosser. Bookseller. SWANSEA Mr Christopher M'Adam, York Place. TF.NBY MrJohll Howe, Ironmonger, High Street TREDEGAR: Mr. Human. USK Mr. J. H.Clark. AND by all Postmasters and Clerks of the Roads. This Paper is regularly Jiled in London at Llovd's Coffee House, City. Peel's Collee liuusr, Fleet Street. The Chapter Coffee House, St Paul's. And at Deacon's Coffee House, Walbrook.

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