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MERTHYR. At the Merthyr Petty Session on Friday, the 31st there were 110 cases of importance brought before the beIlC, INQUEST.—AWFULLY SUDDEN DEATH.—On Friday") 6 j 31st ultimo, an inquest was held at the Plymouth i Merthyr, before Wm. Davies, Esq., coroner, and a respelt f able jury, on the body of Mr. Jonathan Griffiths, late 0 Skibbor-Newydd, aged 58 yeart, who died very sudden) at the residence of his son, in Bridge-street, MerthTO0^ ( the preceding day. Verdict—" Died by the visitation 0 God." r. MKRTIIYR MARKET, Saturday, 1st April Mutton> to Od. per lb. Beef, 4d. to 6jd. Veal, 5d. to 7d. fresh, Is. salt, 9|d. to lOd. Flour, 3s. lOd. to 4s. PerJT pound. Onions, 3d. per lb. Hay, 3s. 9d. to 4s. per cfl*' Cheese, skimmed, 3 to 4d. Gloucester, 7d. to 9d. pe' IV" PENYDAURAN IRON WORKS. —We arc concerned to !tate • that the examples of reducing wages are to be followed also by this respectable firm. The master and their agenti know partly of the privations endured by the men and thtJr families. We are sure that nothing but the distressed state of the trade compels them to adopt such unpleasant step8, VIENNA, March 20.—The great sums required by 'Jj* 1 Treasury for the iron railroads, which are to be made at 5 public expense, have induced the Minister of Finance' propose a loan of twenty or thirty millions of florins. I particulars are not yet deciued. 1 PARIS ARD ROUEN R.ILII.RO.ILD. --Orders have been I by the Government to take down two of the bridges on the Paris and Rouen line of railway, in consequence of their being considered insecure. The bridges in question arc two nearest to Rouen, and not far from the D'Oissel The reconstruction of the bridges will cause a short delay 1,1 opening the line.