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GLAMORGANSHIRE AND MONMOUTHSHIRE INFIRMARY AXD DISPENSARY, CARDIFF. Abstract of House Surgeon's Report to the Weekly Board, from March 12th, to March 19th, 180J, inclusive. TN-DOOIt PATIENTS —Remained by last Report, 17 Admitted since, 3 --20. Discharged—Cured and Re. li;ve l, 3; For irregularity, or at their own desire, 0 Died, 0—3. Remaining, 17. OUT-DOOll PATIENTS. —Remained by last Report, 50; Admitted since, 27-77. Discharged—Cured and Relieved, 7; For irregularity, or at their own desire, 2-0. Remaining, 68. Medical Officers for the Wck. Physician, Dr. Moore,—Consulting Surcol1, Mr Recce, —Surgeon, Mr Davis, —Visitors, Rev. James Evans and Mr D. Evans. THOMAS JACOB, House Surgeon. THE MARQUIS OF BUTE in the House of Lords, 011 Monday last, presented petitions from Ayrshire and other parts praying for church extension in Scotland. A VERY FINR SCHOONER of 19! tons, wa laullched at North Biddick, Sunderland, on Thursday the I-1th, for Cardiff owners. She is called the Gratitude, and will be commanded by Capt. T. Lloyd, late of the Brilliant. Ma DAVID JENKINS,carpenter, &c., of Cowbridge, and family, have lately been left about twenty thou- sand pounds by Mr Thomas Prisk, of Bristol, lately deceased. BRIDGEND.—As the mail-coach was passing through this town, on Monday week, an old man of the name of Thomas Richards, of Pen-y-fai, when crossing the- stieet, nearly opposite the house of the Rev. Mr James, Newcastle, was struck down by one of the leaders. The old man being very hard of hearing, the guard and some of the passengers cried to him re- peatedly, to no purpose one of the wheelers trod on him in soveral places, before he could be extricated. His leg was fractured, and his body so severely bruised that very faint hopes are held out for his recovery. MELANCHOLY SHIPWRKCK AND Loss OF LIVES. -in the snow storm of last Sunday evening, a sloop from Wales, laden with bark, & for this port, was driven on the bar, near Portalerry, and totally lost, with all on board. Two of the bodies of the unfor- tunate crew have been washed on sixore.-Belfust Chronicle. A PILuf BOAT was sunk, last week, in Swansea Bay, by a vessel. The crew were saved by clinging to the masts till they were taken on board the vessel. BURGLARY AT SWANSEA.—On Friday night, the loth instant, the shop of Mr Will. Griffiths, grocer, Orange Street, Swansea, was broken into after the family had retired to rest, and about fourteen shillings taken from the till. The entrance was effected by removing the cellar grating which was not properly secured. The same night, (and probably by the same party) an attempt was made to rob Mrs Lewis's shop, situated in Union Buildings. An entrance was made into the collar, but a door, which was strongly barred, prevented their going further. A BARBER'S APPRENTICE applied to lolo Morganwg, in London, some sixty years ago, for an inscription for his Christmas box, and the good-humoured bard, ever ready to promote every body's pecuniary interest but his own, wrote for him the following impromptu, which soon produced a bumper for the barberous aspirant. If unrestrained benevolence Your treasures to the poor unlocks, You will not scruple to dispense A penny to my Christmas box. A LOVELY GIRL there is.-and she, If I had wealth, says I might have her;- Chin-deep in love, O! pity me, I Your humble servant, Sirs,—the Shaver. Possessed of wealth, mine would he fame No Sage more wise,- no Hero braver In conscious greatness I'll exclaim,— With exultation,—I'm the SHAVER



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