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APPREHENDED RIOTS IN SOUTH WALKS.—Narberlh workhouse has been recently much excited in consequence of having three threatening notices served upon the inmates. "Rebecca" in her sympathy for them, threatens to attack the house unless the paupers are better taken care of. A mob assembled a few days since and destroyed the Prince's gate. "Rebecca" the commander, who has now two officers whose noms de guerre are respectively "Nell" and Susan" would seem to emulate the late Captain Rock of the sister island; for, besides the other threatening notices which we have mentioned, one has just been received in this town (Carmarthen) breathing destruction to all turnpike gates on a parochial road; and one by Water-street on the old New. castle Emlyn Road is doomed for destruction. What is the most remarkable feature in this insurrectionary movement, for it is an insurrectionary movement, though at present per- haps not very formidable, is that neither the Civil force nor the Military, nor the Yeomanry has been able, not only not to put it down, but has not even succeeded in apprehending a single offender. Thirty veteran pensioners went down from Carmarthen to Saint Clears last week, and a troop of Lancers are daily expected on the spot. Indeed the Captain Rock-like proceedings in Pembrokeshire and Carmarthen- shire, seem from all we can learn, to assume daily a more threatening complexion. At first the war was directed against the Toll gates only but now the Workhouses are to be levelled also. It is not the least remarkable circumstance in this extraordinary movement that when the troops appear in one part of the county, "Rebecca" invariably appears in another, perhaps 14 or 15 miles distant. "Rebecca" would appear to have the ubiquity of Sir Boyle Rock's bird-to be in two places at the same time. I

--TAFF YALE RAILWAY TRAFFIC,

CARDIFF POLICE.—Monday, Feb.…