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[NATIVE TALENT.—The following beautiful lines, a dirge from Blackwood's Magazine," have been set to music by a native of this town, Miss Eliza Gregory, sister to the young lady who some months since bore away the prize at the Abergavenny Eisteddfod. The interest naturally attachable to graceful poetry is not a little enhanced by the Still more graceful music to which, as a meet partner it is wedded; as such it possesses a local interest] — Weep not for Her! There is no cause for woe But rather nerve the Spirit, that it walk Unshrinking, o'er the thorny paths below, And, from Earth's low defilements, keep thee bacV.— So, when a few short severing years have flown, She'll meet thee at Heaven's gate ;and lead thee on Weep not for her

[ORIGINAL POETRY FOR THE Guardian.]

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EXTRAORDINARY CHARGE OF BIGAMY…

HOUSE OF. LORDS. THURSDAY.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

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