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MERTUYR POOR LAW UNION. 0

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND EDUCATION.

CARDIFF CYMREIGYDDION SOCIETY.

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GLAMORGANSHIRE AND MONMOUTHSHIRE INFIRMARY AND DISPENSARY, CARDIFF. Abstract of House Surgeon's Report to the Weekly Board, from March 26th, to April Ist, 1839, inclusive. IN-DOOR PATIE-ITS -Reiinaitied by last Report, 19; Admitted since, 2-21. Discharged—Cured and fte- li?v< 4; For irregLI'itv, or at their own desire, 0 Died, 0-4:. Remaining, 17. OUT-DOOR PATIENTS—Remained by last Report, 7.1-; Admitted sines, 26 100. Discharged—Cured and Ivclieved, 12; For irregularity, or at their own desire, 2-1-1. Remaining, 86. Medical Officers for the Week. Physician, Dr. Moorc,-Consulling. Surgeon, Mr Recce,-Surgeon" Mr Davis, -V isi.toi-4, Mr Hopkins and Mr Llovd. THOMAS JACOB, House Surgeon. .1-### MYSTERIOUS DEATH.—In the beginning of Novem- ber last, a servant man working at Red Farm, near Cowbridge, after leaving off Work, went to his father's, at Pencoed, for the purpose of fetching- clothes lie was missed the following morning, and no. trace of him was discovered until Monday week last,, when he was found drowned in the Ewenny river,, near Pencoed, over which he had to cross on his way- home. He was 19 years of age, and bad 12s. iu his; pocket. A Covr, last week, belonging to Mr John Morgan, of Lisworney, near Cowbridge, brought forth an ex- traordinary calf, having two heads, two necks two tails, seven leg! and eight feet. THE PooR -ov THE PARISH OF LANTWI'rbtxve had another liberal supply of coals distributed amongst them by Daniel Jones, Esq., of Beau pre, and a sub- scription is about being set on foot in order to procure coals and blankets for the poor of tbo adjoining parish of St. Donatts, who have suffered greatly from the wet and cold in their wretched hovels throughotit the, winter. It is to be hoped that every body will give- his mite for this charitable purpose.- CFrona a Corres- pondent.] FUNERAL OF THE LATE MR JostAn RICHARDS. Yesterday week the remains of this ill-fated gentle- man were interred in a vault in Dowlais Church-yard Thousands of spectators were present on the mournful occasion. The corpse was borne by the workmen of Riiymtiey, at their own particular request; and the- procession stretched from near Rhymney to the- Dovvlais pond. Tbe church was crowded to excess and a very solemn and appropriate address was de- livered by the Rev. K Jenkins; the substance of which we bad intended to publish, bad not the crowded state of our columns compelled us to abandon the- design. A living and a valuable examole of tiue ati(-r practical Christianity has thus been taken away; we- trust it may be found of him that be being dead yet. speaketh." J THlr DQWLAIS BoYs' NATIONAL SCHOOL was t%- amined on Wednesday week in geography, writings arithmetic, and religious knowledge; when the-ahi- dren acquitted themselves with considerable aitiirty, and with credit to their master. CORONER'S INQUESTS.—On WednesdayallCtThurs- day last, inquests, were held, before Win* Meyrick, Esq., (in consequence of the illness of W. Davies,. Esq., Coroner,) at the Owen Glendwr, Dowlais; on the former day, on the body of David Lewis, miner, 22 years of age; who was killed in a level the pre- vious day; and on Thursday, on Evan Williams,, block-layer, who was killed the same morning, in a coal level, at Dowlais, by a hrge quantity, about 7 tons, of earth and stones falling on him. He died instantaneously. Verdict, in each case, Accidental death." The latter unfortunate deceased has left a. wife and two children. About the same time this poor man lost his life, a- lad, named John Williams, broke his leg in a leveL near tho above place.