LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. OXFORT> INTELLIGENCE. On Thursday, the 20th inst., Ileibert Armitage James, Esq., of Panteg Rectory, was elected Fellow of St John's College, Oxford. CLUB DINNER.—On Whit Monday, the members of the Hanbury benefit society celebrated their anniversary, by dining together at the Market Tavern. An excel- lent dinner was provided by Mrs Powell, and was heartily enjoyed by all present. SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY.—On Whit Monday, there was a Sunday school gathering on a large scale at Mount Pleasant chapel. The young folks paraded the streets singing hymns and with banners flying. A capital tea having refreshed them, they were suitably addressed by several gentlemen. CLUB DINNER.—On Whit-Mondav the Sons of the Globe Friendly Society celebrated their anniversary by dining together at the Globe Inn. Mr Wm. James, the landlord, placed on the table a dinner which the oldest members declared they had never seen equalled for ex- cellence. WESLEYAN SUNDAY SCHOOL, PONTNEWYNYDD.—On Sunday, the anniversary sermons were preached by Mr Wm. Ellis, of Swindon. In the morning and afternoon the congregations were large, and in the evening the chapel and school-room were both crowded to excess. The collections exceeded S8. SUDDEN DEATH OF MR BOWYER, AT THE PARK.— Shortly before noon on Thursday, the townsfulks were shocked to hear that Mr Bowyer, for many years mechanic at Pontypool Park, had died suddeuiy. He had been engaged in fixing some hangings in one of the bedrooms at the Pa:k-house, and a woman who assisted him then saw nothing unusual in his appearance. He was afterwards seen by a lad to fall near the archway leading to his workshop, and he seems to have died in- stantaneously. Mr Essex, surgeon, was called in. and attributed death to disease of the heart. Deceased had complained that morning of a pain in the region of his stomach, and had said that he felt far from well. He was highly respected throughout the town; and the news of the awful visitation of Providence excited gene- ral regret.
CWMBRAN. ANOTHER ACCIDENT.-On Saturday morning last, another accidert. occurred in the colliery at this place. 'iWmud Edwards, son of William Edwards, bad his head badiy crushed between some trams; and was con- veyed home in great pain. He seems going on well.
GARNDIFFAITH. PRESENTATION.—On Saturday the members of Court Keeper of the Forest presented Br E. Dagger with a testimonial, consisting of a silver 'medal, bearing the following inscription Presented by Court 2748, A.O.F., to Br E. Dagger, P.C.R., for his untiring energy." CR J. T. Allison called on PCR Henry Jor- man, who stated that the recipient was like himself, about to leave this country for America with the hope of bettering their condition. Adverting to the services rendeied by Br Daggot, he hoped that others would emulate his example. Sec. Samuel Jones having spoken to the same effect, ilje recipient returned thanks, and a vote of thanks having been accorded to PCR Jormah, the members separated.
BLAENAFON. DEATHS IN BLAENAFON. At the School-house, on Thursday, the 6th instant, Anne, the tiffectionate daughter of Mr Thomas, Master of the Endowed Schools. Also, on the Sunday following, at the same place, Mary, the beloved wife of the above-named gentleman. The late Mrs Thomas was greatly and widely respected, having for many years, until health failed her, per- formed the duties of her profession most faithfully and successfully at the Swansea and Blaenafon Girls' Schools. Her death is deeply regretted, and the mourning, both at Blaenafon and the various other places in which she was so well beloved and respected, is universal. AN INQUEST was held at the Sun Inn on the 13th inst. on the body of Michael O'Donnell, who had died from the effects of poison. The following evidence was adduced :—Alice O'Donnell was the widow of deceased. He was a tinman, and used to drink heavily. About half-past 5 o'clock on Monday morning, 3rd of May, he went down stairs, and when be returned he told me that he had taken his breakfast, and that it was the last he should ever want He groaned very much. He was in the habit of using poiaou in his business. I sus- pected he bad taken some of it. 1 rose, and missed it from the bottle. I sent fur Dr Steel immediately. My husband had been drinking hard for six weeks previous to this; he had not been sober a day. Dr Steel said I was sent for on the 3rd of May to see Michael O'Ðon- nel; went to his house and found him in great pain. His lips and tocgue were much burnt. He told me he bad taken poison with the intention of destroying him- self. I gave him proper antidotes, aud examined what he vomited by analysis, and found he had taken hydro- chloric acid, or spirits of salts. He was under mv treatment until the evening of the 11th of May, when he died from the effects of the poison. Before he died, he told me that poverty and drink had driven him to the act. He said it was a very wicked thing, and he was sorry for what he had done. The coroner summed up the evidence, and the jury returned the following verdict:—"That Michael O'Donnell had committed suicide while in a state of Temporary Insanity," CHRISTY'S MINSTRELS.—A company of minstrels, styling themselves the "Star" troupe, gave an enter- tainment at the Assembly Rooms on Thursday evening se'nnight. The performance was very fair, but probably owing to so many entertainments of the kind having been here of late, and the approaching Whitsuntide holidays, the attendance was not very good. 4TH Mo. R.V.-The members of this corps, headed by their band, attended divine service at James's-street Wesleyan chapel on Sunday morning. The resignation of Capt. Steel is deeply regretted by the volunteers of this neighbourhood. ACCIDENT.—Early on Wednesday morning, a serious accident took place at the New Pits. A man named Benjamin Seyssil was engaged in work when a fall of coal struck him dawn. He put out his right hand to raise himself, and that moment another fall took place, and the sharp edgb of the block cut his right hand off. He was conveyed to his home at Pwllddu, and his injuries were attended to by Dr Steel.
ARRIAGES. May 9, at Trinity Church, Newport, by the Rev Charles James Fox, Miss Ann Jones, daughter of Mr Thomas Jones, shoemaker, George-street, Pontypool, to Mr Edward Westwood, G.W.R., Pontypool Road. May 16, at Mount Pleasant Chapel, Pontypool, by the Rev Joseph Best, Mr Wm. Stokes, to Miss Sarah Ann Burton, of Pontypool. DEATHS. May 8, at Gwent street, Pontypool, aged 2 years, Margaret, daughter of Mr Isaac Rowlands, coal miner, May 12, at High-street, Pontypool, aged 16 years, Catherine, daughter of Mr John Crowther, coal miner. May 13, at High-street, Pontypool, aged 59 years, Louisa, daughter of the late ilir David Davies, excise officer. May 14, at Garndiffaith, aged 70 years, Mary, widow of Mr David Phipps, miller. May 15, at Market-street, Pontypool, aged 3G years, Mr James Partridge, huckster. May 15, at Gwent-street, Pontypool, aged 2 vears, Edwin James, sun of Mr Wm. Pickman, haulier under- ground. May 16, at Trosnant, aged 46 years, Mr John Gainc, tailor. May 16, in Wain-street, Blaenafon. after a short ill- ness, aged 40 years, Mrs Evans, widow of the late Mr John Evans, time-keeper. May 18, at Gorrell's Houses, Abersychan, aged 30 years, Mr James Canavan, cinder filler.
The essentiaT properties of tea are found to exist only iu the young leaves. IIornunan 8 Tea,—selected from the choice spring gather- ing, without the usual mineral powder on the leaf, is distinctively strong and delicious in fla- vour being supplied only in sealed packets, direct from the Importers, uniform quality and real cheapness is guaranteed. for list of lIor- niman's Agents in this locality see advt.
-= TIME TABLES MAY. We piv5 the following for the accommodation <* ow readers, but as the time table, of the railway^com- panies do not alwayB reach us punctually, we do not hold ourselves responsible for any errors. Newport, Pontypool, d Blaenafon. T;P-TBAIKS: -wnSEg.DA.T8. flTTNPA.YS STARTING FROM ft. in. p.n. p.m. p.m. fi.m. p.m Cardiff 6 40]1231| |6 33 8 15|3 56 Newport, Millstreet ..9 15(1 46j5 g!| 0 9 308 0 Llantarnam 5 1Q g 1Q 9 40 8 10 Cwmbran » g g u 9 44 8 H; 0nS 9 33 2 3 5 18 8 1S 9 48 8 1Si 'rM r"n 9 50 2 20.5 35 8 35 10 5 8 35 r .utyponl 24 39 g 39 ]0 9 8 39 -,bersychariy 9 59 2 29 5 44 8 44 1014 8 44 Avon10 7 2 37 5 52 8 521022 s 52 Blaenafon 1015 2 4o 6 0 9 0 1030 9 0^ DOWN-TRAINS WEEK DATS. SUNDATS STARTING fuom a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. p. m Blaenafon 7 30 1130 3 406 307 30 5 0 CwmAvon 7 36,1138|3 48 6 38 7 38 5 8 Abersychan 7 44 1146J3 566 467 466 16 Pontnewynye" 7 48 1150)4 0 6 50 7 60 5 20 Pontypool 8 12 7 4 17 7 7 8 7 6 37 PonSel? dU 8 6;1211 4 21 7 11 8 11 5 4l| CPS J 8 10 1215 4 25 7 15 8 15 5 45j Llantarr m 8 16 1221 4 31 7 21 8 21 5 51; Newton Miilst.ar.8 25 1230 4 40 7 30 8 30 6 0; Sff 9 8 1 28 6 10 8 40 4 39 9 30 1 For llalpas. 2 ForCroes-y-ceilog and Llanfrechfa. 3 For Panteg and New Inn. Qmnibrscs run to and from Mill-street Station to all parts of the town. Ne;:ort, Abergavenny, and Hereford. rp SUNDAYS. N'-woot |7.159. 010 25 1.25 2.35 5.40 9 20 5.30 P.-tir-yd |7.29:9.14jl0.391 39 2.49 5.54 9.32 5.42 r X'-lr)L 7.40 9.2210.53 2.20 3. 06. 7 9.455.57 Npnu.te^' 7.52 11. 4 j3.12 6.19; 9.576. 8 iWvfun* 7.59 11.111 13.19 6.2610.5 6 18 Y 8.10 11.192.453,286.35 10.15 6.26 Hereford 9.12 12.25 3.254.30 7.3511 15 7.30 DOWN. SUNDAYS. Hereford 7.45 9.46 12.30 (3.35 7.451 9.40,7.50 Abrea'ny 8.52 10.44 1.21 4.4018 45 10.45 8.53 Pnnerem 9 110.51 i4'48 8.52 10.53 9. 1 SydVlOll.O |4 36 9. 1 11.0 9.10, i ['fl f ROAD.9.23 11.139.35! 220.127.116.11 5.27 9 13 ll.18j9.28: Poatnwyd9.31 11.2l| 6. 0 5.33 9.21 11.26,9.36' Jfewp'ort 9.45lll.35 9.54| 2. 5!6.206.47,9.35 11.40,9.50. Sin?!a Fares on Sundays—Return Ticket* will be\ issued on Sundays at all Stations on theWest Midland Railway, and Rhymney Railways (except between J'ontypool and Newport, Walnut Tree Bridge, and Cardiff, over which portion of the line the ordinary Return Fares will be charged,) at One Fare to and fro. OnMondays passengers will be booked from Hereford tOCRt:J\I- lin VIAHVCT and back DoublcJourney, 1st clas^68Cd^2nd4hl0d^ Newport, Ebbw Vale, and Nantyglo. From Dock-street, Newport, for Nantyglo and inter- mediate Stations, (Bassaleg Junction, Tydee, llisca, Cross Keys, Chapel Bridge, Abercarn, Newbridge, I-laub;ll-tb, Aberbeeg Junction, AbeTtillery, end Blaina,) at 7, 11 16, S, 6 46. Sunday*: 9. 6 5 15. From Nantyglo, 8 40, 11 15, 2 20, 4 45, 7 25. Sundays at 10 40 and 710. Frpm Aberbeeg Junction for Ebbw Vale and interme- diate Stations, (Cwm and Victoria.) at 7 58, 12 13, 4 8, 6 43. Sundays at 9 58, and 6 13. From Ehbw I Yale at 8 40, 11 15, 2 20, 7 25. Sundays at 10 40. ar.'l 7 10. On Saturdays a Special Train leaves Newport at 7 30 p.m. for r n stations nafar as Crtlmlin only- Oiniiibis.,s run to if from Dock-st. station (Newport) to alt parts of the town. Pcntypool, Ebbw Vale, and Nantyglo. UP TRAINS scndayr. "tsfcfcr: IS if »j; 'i s6»: Ab-'Ttillrrv 12 19 4 1-1 6 4. IO 4 I Pin- '2 27 4 2? 6 5' 10 IS 6 27 Nantygio..V. 8 2C 12 351 4 Si 1 7 HO 21. 0 35 DOWX TRAINS Sundays SantTiriO 8 4( U If 2 20 4 45 7 2' 10 4f- 7 10; piniW' 8 4S 11 2Z 2 2S 5 0 7 3; .0 48 7 18 f ,crt -<• 8 56 U 31 2 36 5 10 7 41 >0 51 7 20 j- 'Vale 8 41 II 16 2 20 7 2A 10 41 7 10 .Aherl .K/ n.-t 9 i 11 37 2 42 5 20 7 47 11 2 7 32 <'run ir acp 10 l."< 1 5(- 5 18 22 Font., ;,ool Town 10 33 2 1( 5 4(J Pontypool. Risca, &c., and Newport. UP R A I N SSt NI)AYS. Fontvpocl Town 9 37 1 571 5 29 8 3 6 13 Crunilin dtp 9 15 11 54 2 56| 5 50 8 0 II 15 7 45 Abercarne 9 25 i2 4 3 5| 5 58 8 H 11 2.^ 7 65( "Kjsca 9 38 12 20 3 1ft 0 12 8 23 11 38 8 8 Newport*10 o 12 4-0 3 40| 6 40 8 45 12 0 8 30, jxnv>rTRAINS i SVNDA.YS.! 4 nlll IS 3 0 5 45 90515 S°r 7 211136 3 25 6 6 9 21 5 30 Abercarne 7 35 11 5C 3 41 6 20 9 3. 5 50 Ciuiilin dep. 10 15 1 50 5 18 10 4l 9 4 Pontypool Town 10 3*4 2 10 5 40 11 b 9 22 Pontypool and Merthyr. UP-TRAINS.IrrNDAYS.! Pontypool r.oad .TZTZT 9 30 1 50~ .5 22 7 55 6 5; Pontyj >ol Town 9 37 1 57 5 29 8 3 6 13 9 55 2 15 [5 46 8 21 6 31; TrcdfRar Junction (Plackwood)10 2 2 23 '5 54 8 29 6 39 Hh.'Liiiev Junction (Hengoed).10 8 2 31 6 1 8 35 6 45: i.la'nca:eii (I<elson) 10 17 2 40 6 8 8 44 6 54 < uaker's laru Junction 10 3a 3 5 6 30 8 53 < 3 r^edrvhicw 10 463 16641 l.^rthVr 1" 63 3 23 6 48 DOWN TRAINS. ,|SUNDAYS j nrtV r~~ ^TrTT7T9 20 125.V4 20 — — oed, :ew 9 29 1 2(4 29 — — C \.Ti ard junction 9 44 1 18 4 42 10 14 8 29 C zL% \.Ti ard junction 9 44 1 18 4 42 10 148 29 nil ;,k-n (Nelson) 9 51 1 24 4 50 10 22 8 37 V-TLT v Junction 9 59 1 34 5 1 10 32 8 47 T "df. .'unction 10 5 1 40 5 8 110 39 8 54 C.-cmiui 10 15 1 50 5 18 10 49 9 4 ruiiiypool Town 10 33 2 10 5 10 11 8 9 22 Pontypool Road 10 38 2 15 5 45 ill 13 9 27 Coieford, Monmouth., Usk, and Pontypool. WEEK IIA VII. SUNDAYS. a. m. a. m. a. m. p.m.1 la m p.m. Pontypool Road w 8 30 11 12 2 55 t> 10 1 20 TTck g> 9 15 11 26 3 10 6 28 11 3a Llundennv 25 11 34 3 18 6 40 11 43 Rpclan Road £ = 9 30 11 38 3 22 6 45; 111 47 Kr.i lan Footpath.? 9 35 11 42 3 26 6 50 |11 51 Dingestow 9 45 11 50 3 35 7 0 12 0 Moiiinouth 9 55 i 1203 4f 7 10 12 10 a.m. a. m. p. m. p. m.'a. m. p- m. Monmouth 8 35 12 35 4 20 *5 30| *50 r>inh-esto-sv 8 44 12 44 4 a» 5 40 e1 5 8 llnulan Footpath 8 53 12 53 4 38 5 50 | s 5 16 Italian Road 8 57 12 58 4 43 5 55! S. 5 20 Llandenny 9 113 4 48 6.0. A 24 \Jsk 9 10 1 13 4 58 6 30 5 34 Pontypool Road 9 25 1 30 5 1 71 6 50, 5 50 Pontypool to Cardiff (Taff Vale). DOWN. SUNDAYS. Pontypool town 9 371 1 57, 5 29i 8 2 Quaker's Yard 8 29 11 19 3 14 7 4) 9 29 4 24 Cardiff 9 22 12 12 4 7j 8 GU0 22 5 17 £ p. SUNDAYS. Cardiff 8 2ojll 30 3 20 6 35j 9 0 4 0 Quaker's Yard 9 21 12 26 4 16- 7 34 9 56 4 56 1 Pontypool j 10 331 2 10 5 ivl III 8 L Bristol & South Wales Union Railway. eromBrist.6 15, 9 45, 12 40, 3 0, 6 0, Sundays 8 10, 3 0, arriving at Portskewet Station before 8 2, 11 1.5,12 27, 2 2, 4 55, ,7 40 (and Sundavs-9 35,4 49, ) trwins to Newport. Fiom Newport to Portskewet, and up stations to London, 7 15, 10 15, 1 20, 5 10, 7 0; Sundays, 8 10, 4 28. "From Portskewet, by ferry, 8,10 50, 2 20, ,6 0, 7 35 Sun- Hays 9 30, 5, STEAM PACKET TABLES. MAY. THE NEWPORT. From Bat hurst Basin, Bristol. (Calling at the HotwelU Stage hulf-an-hour later.) 24 Monday 4 45 afternoon 26 Wednesday (To-and-Fro) 6 15 »>«,inin £ 27 Thursday .(To-and-Fro) 7 30 morning 28 Friday (To-and-Fro) 7 45 triori,.iiig 29 Saturday 8 0 morning Fmm Beaufort Wharf, Newport. 25 Tuesday 4 45 afternoon 26 Wednesday 5 10 afu > noon 27 Thursday 6 0 afternoon 28 Fridav 6 30 afternoon 31 Monday 8 45 morning Dymunir galw sylw y Cymry at yr isod. JOHN BEVAN'S (Lute Charles Bennett,) GENERAL FURNISHING WAREHOUSE, Clarence-street, Pontypool. I FOR every description of HOUSEHOLD FURNI- r TURE, IRON BEDSTEADS, HARDWARE, &c., GO TO THE ABOVE ADDRESS. West Place, Pontypool. W WOODFORD, Builder, has for Sale, New and f Second-hand Building Materials, Roman Tile, Crests, Kiln Tiles, &c., &c. N.B —MRS. WOODFORD bas RE-OPENED the CONFECTIONERY BUSINESS in all its branches, in the Shop lately occupied by Mr Churchill, George- street (opposite the Crown Hotel.) Superior British Wines. Also, all kinds of choice PAPER HANGINGS sup- plied on the shortest notice. Refreshment Rooms opened for Tea and Coffee; also, a Register Office for Servants. America! America! PROTECTION, SPEED, AND ECONOMY TO I EMIGRANTS. Passengers booked through to all parts of the United States and Canada, at Lowest Rates. Sailing Ships.. (Including Provisions) £ 3 10 0 Steamers. ditto £ 6 6 0 Passengers met at the Railway Stations in Liverpool, and provided with the best accommodation at the lowest possible rates. Ptec Storage for Luggage. For every other information apply to JAMES R. MORGAN, Emigration Agent, Post Office, Pontypool, and Galton Street, Liverpool. QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT EMIGRATION OFFICES, 2, Old Broad Street, London, E.C. Emigration to Queensland- NEW LAND ACT, 1868. Persons 21 years of age, paying their passage to the Colony, can. select a homestead of 80 or 160 Acres at a quit-rent of 9d. and 6d. per Acre for five years, when they become entitled to the freehold. Land orders, £ 30 per adult, are also granted to per- sons paying their passage to the colony. Assisted Passages are granted to shepherds, plough- men, agricultural labourers, quarrvmen, gardeners. miners, carpenters, bricklayers, blacksmiths, wheel- wrights, and other eligible persons and Free Passages to female domestic servants, and married farm labour- ers, and shepherds with not more than one child and under 12 years of age. Assisted and free passengers, after three years' con- tinuous residence in the Colony, can select a home- stead of 80 to 160 acres under the Land Act.. JAMES WHEELER. AppointedAgent /b?-Aberdare,MrG. H.EVANS, Auctioneer Cardiff—JOSEPH ELLIOT & SONS, Bute Docks Brecon—Mr JOHN EVANS Abersvchan —MK EDWIN WOOD. Merthyr—MR JOHN COPELAND. Tredegar—MR EDWARD DAVIES. DUTY OFF TEAS AT W. PEGLER'S Tea and Grocery Establishments. s. d. Good Small Tea 1 4 per lb. Congou, recommended 2 0 Best do. 2 6 W. PEGLER, PONTYPOOL AND BLAENAFON TM PERIAL AUSTRIAN G U All AX TEEDSTATE JL LOANS. No LOTTERIES. Bona-fide chances to win for £ 1 the large premiums of R30,000, zC25,000, R20,000, &c. &c. Public drawings on the First of overr month, under the superintendence of the Austrian Government, anrl official public functionaries. OFFICIAL LISTS SENT GRATIS TO SUBSCRIBERS. Apply tor £ 1 chances, issued upon forms supplied by the Austrian Government and bear- iiig the Imperial half a florin stamp, and for pmspec- tusell to VOEIJCKEB & CO., Bankers, Vienna. ]Kaye's Worsdell's Pills. KAYE'S WORSDELL'S PILLS have become so celebrated, because they go at once to the root of disease, purify the vital fluid, and enable all the organs of the human system to perform their functions in a healthy and vigorous manner. They are carefully com- pounded on sound principles, and, being entirely free from mercurial, antimonial, and other mineral or dan- gerous substances, may be safely taken by persons of the most delicate constitution. Sold by all Chemists and other Dealers in Patent Medicines at Is. IId., 2s. 9J„ and 4s. 6d. Wholesale Depot, 22, Bread-street, London. Tea Tea For the Million Try JONES'S Tea. Good Congou Is 4d Fine do. ] 2s 0d Finest Rough do. ,.2s6d N .B. All Groceries s at Lowest Price Note the Address: Thos. Jones,Grocer, BRIDGE STREET, PONTYPOOL. 14T ,AVLXC>E ^g^JJCHTOIIlY ON A or YHE PUBLIC ARE CAUTIQNEO AGAINST Just Published, And may be had at the FUEE PRESS Office, Price 6d., (Post-free on receipt of FighC Stamps.) THK LOCAL REGISTER; Oil, CHRONOLOGY OP PONTYPOOL AND THE NEIGHBOURHOOD. Being a concise account of the Chief Events that have transpired in the Town and Locality, and (incidentally) in Monmouth- shire, from the Invasion of Britain until the present time. Register Office for Families and Servants CONDUCTED by MRS. SAUNDERS, 4, Market Street, Pontypool. W. PARKHOUSE, Wholesale and Retail Boot Manufacturer, COMMERCIAL-STREET, PONTYPOOL. AGENT for the "noWE- SEWING MACHINES, the oldest established of any in the world and ac- knowledged to be superior to every other manufactured, being adapted for all kinds of sewing, from the lightest gossamer to the heaviest harness and upholstery. Ready-Closed UPPERS of every description Supplied to the Trade at the Lowest Prices. Fine Teas! THOS. AGG, PONTYPOOL, The QUANTITY of 2s. and 2s. 6d. Teas T. A. is selling, is a GUARANTEE OF ITS QUALITY. —— EPPS'S COCOA. Only in 1 lb., lIb., and 1 lb. Packets—tin-lined and labelled. SOLD BY THE TRADE IN ALL PARTS. Prepared by JAS. Epps & Co Homoeopathic Chemists, London. LEATH & ROSS, CHEMISTS by appointment to the London Homoeo- pathic Hospital, secure eich bottle by their Autograph label over the cork, and have appointed Agent for the sale of their HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICINES: POXTYPOOL: FORD, Chemist, George-street. HORNIMAN's TEA is selected only from the spring gathering, and imported free from'facing' powder; tea distinctively strong and delicious inflavour is thus obtained. Genuine packets are signed 1r .fIg,¡jJlomimom., s-err: LONDON. Prices, 2s. 8d.—3s.—3s.4d. & 3s. 8d. per lb ABEBTSTWITH..Chemist MONMOUTH Allen PONTYTOOL iroorf.Oheniist. | MKRTHYR Stephens USK Edwards NEWPORT,.Tonp.^Co.,chemists, AB;RGA'NY. Watkius,Goulen I Phillips, 92, Commercial st CKICKHOWEI.L I HISCA Taylor, Chemist QPANISH FLY is the acting ingredient in ALEX. |J ROSS'S CANTHAR1DES OIL. which speedily produces whiskers and thickens hair, 3s. 6d.; sent by post for 54 stamps.—ALEX. ROSS, 248, High Ilolborn, London. Sold by all Chemists, and by Roderick, Pontypool HAIR-CURLTNG FLUID, 248. HiRh Holhorn, London.—ALEX. ROSS'S CURLING FLUID, curls Ladies' or Gentlemen's hair immediately it is ap- plied. Sold at 3s. 6d.; sent free for 54 stamps. Ross's Toilet Magazine, Is. 6d., or 20 stamps. Sold by all Chemists, and by Roderick, Pontypool GREY HAIR.—248. High Ilolborn, London. ALEX. ROSS'S HAIR DYE produces a perfect colour im- mediately it is used. It is permanent, and perfectly natural in effect. Price 3s. 6d., sent post for 54 stamps. 3Sold by all Chemists, and by Roderick, Pontypool AIR DESTROYER.—248. High Ilolborn,London. JJL ALEX. ROSS'S DEPILATORY removes, without effect, to the skin. superfluous hair from the face, neck. and arms, 3s. 6d.; sent the same day as ordered by post for 54 stamps. Sold by all Chemists, and by Roderick, Pontypool PIMl'LE REMOVER.—All diseases of the skin are improved by one dose of ALEX. ROSS'S VEGE- TABLE SKIN PILL. They remove redness, sallow- ness, &c. 2s. 9d., or by post for 40 stamps.—ALEX. ROSS, 248, High Holborn, London. Sold by all Chemists, and by Roderick, Pontypool WONDERFUL DISCOVERY. — Corns cured in one day, by using ALEX. ROSS'S CHIROPO. This preparation gradually dissolves the Corn in a few hours, removing the very root. Price 4s: vent by post for 60 stamps. 248, Iligb Ilolborn, Lowion. Sold by all Chemists, and by Roderick, Pontypool HAIR COLOUR WASH.— By washing the head -LjL with this beautifully-perfumed Was' in seven or ten days the hair assumes its original<|Hlour, and re- mains so by an occasional using. 10s 6d. sent for stamps. ALEX. ROSS. 248, High Holborn, London. Sold by all Chemists, and by Roderick, Pontypool ^AAAAAAAAAAIaa ft T5 TT V BUY t. r J Johnson, Johnso7iS(Cos\ PURE TEA, T 2/- per lb. ► J CHOICE QUALITIES^ "NEW SEASON'S," £ J 2/8 3/- 3/4 3/8 4/- E j Supplied in Packets only, from 2 ozs. to i lb. IN,. and 3-lb. and 6-lb. Tin Canisters. < Sold by Chemists, Confectioners, < <5rv., in every Town. »>. LOCAL AGENTS. t PONTYPOOL-F,dwards. stationer, George-stiieet Abergavenny—James, confectioner Beaufllrt-J ones, chemist Pillgwenlly—Faulkner, t&giMtt, 81, Commercial-road Nantyglo—Allen, Post-offlS^&arn Vaeh Merthyr-Stephells, chemist Aberdare-Thomas, chemist, 10 Commercial-place Hereford—Chave, 6, Broad-j^fennings, 36, Hightowa Tredegar—Jenkins, cheawpiBr i Usk —Clark, Post-office JOHNSON, JOHNSON Tea Merchants, 17, Bio'' field-street, City, London. i Primitive Methodist Chapel, BLAEXAFON. THE SUNDAY SCHOOL SERMONS will be preached on Sunday next by Mr II COLLIER, at 11. 2, and 6. Appropriate Pieces will ^e recited and sung by the Children, and a Collection will be made after each Service. -WRIT W MACNIVEN & CAMERON'S RENOWNED PEjfS ON A NEW PRINCIPLE. WaverleyPen! Pickwick Pen! Owl Pen! THESE Pens are rapidly superseding all others, being adapted for every style and variety of writing. Is per Box ls2d per Post. Sold at the office of the PONTYPOOL FREE PRESS. The OWL' for fine writing, and The WAVERLEY' for the rough and ready hand, are the Pens that must, par exccilence, supersede all others."—Forres Gazette. MAKES the water so soft and cleansing, that the Wash il finished in half the usual time. HUDSON'S EXTRACT OF SOAP T ATflERS freely.— Cleans Paint, Scours Floors, -Li Tables, &c. Beware of Imitations. Sold in ld. and id. packets, and lib. and -.Llh. ditto. AGRICULTURAL SEEDS. To Farmers and Others. Genuine Improved Skirvings, Sutton's Champion, Menier's Improved, And other Swedes & Turnip Seeds, At Joseph Saunders'' Seed Warehouse, 4, Market-st., Pontypool. Prime Skirving's Swene. 8d. per-lb., Is. per quart, or 3, 9d. per gallon. To be Let, HOUSE in IBRV-VGWIN PI,ACE.-Apply to Mr A G. J JEE, Glanwern Offices. To Grocers. TO BE LET, a GROCERY BUSINESS in the town of Blaenafon, Men. Stock and Fixtures very mode- rate. The Premises large, well situated, and adapted for a good trade. Apply to Mary Morgan, 63, Broad-street, Blaenafon. To be Let, With Immediate Possession, 1 HOTJ^E ANil CORNER. SHOP, situate at XI. the junction of Nicholas Street with the Albion Road, well adapted for a Grocer, Baker, or any other business. The Shop, which was lately occupied by a Grocer, has two lar4oe Plate Glass Windows, and is sub- stantially fitted up -with Counters, Desks, Shelves, Drawers, Gas Finings, &c. The House contains a smuil Parlour, three Bedrooms. Kitchen with Copper and VERY LARGE OVEN, and two good Cellars with level entrance from the road. Apply to Mr HUGHES, Bookseller, Pontypool For Sale, A QUANTITY OF WASTE BROWN PAPER, A at Id. per lb. Apply at the Office of this Paper. Weighing Machine for Sale. rPHE Trustees of t]ie p(»ntypool Turnpike Trust, find- JL ing it. necessary t0 j,ave a Machine of greater power, capable of weighing horse and cart, have the present Machine for dispo^i It has for many years been in use for weighing cart and Wagon Loads of Hay, &c.. and may be inspected bv applying at the Machine House, near the Clarence Hotel, Pontypool. Purchasers must send Tenders of Price to Mr Alex- ander Edwards, Clerk to the Pontypool Turnpike Trust. Pontypool, 18th May, 1869. Secure your Tickets! AKT ITNION OF GREAT BRITAIN. 11HE next I' awing will take place on the 30th June, and 'Ejects may now be obtained at the •' Free Press" OftkJw Tho»fts's Emulsion of Syrups, OR I^CXORAL COUGH DROPS. For Cough*. Golds, Influenza, Bronchitis, Hoarseness, AstJinUt, Hooping vough, Difficulty of Breathing, Incipient Consumption, and other affections of the chest tngs. No itmfty should W without this popular health- restoring.r'-nedy, which has been in great demand for many yeat with unprecedented success. Sold in liottles, at 7 d, Is. 1 d, and 2s 9d each il 4 BAYLEY'S APERIENT, AND PURIFYING FAMILY PILLS, For M'ion, Loss of Appetite, Giddiness, Wind in the St mach. Sick Headache, Habitual or Temporary Cotfi• less. Ndrvoutness, Pains in the chest and side, §c ,These pure ■. ■_ ijhle pi'ds strengthen rhe svstem and increase appetile, and ire a mild and effective aperient; they puyify the blood from all gross humours, and give speedy relief in all disorders of the liver and stomach. SOJ,fJ IN BOXES, AT7 £ »-, Is. lD., & 28. 9D. EACH. Prepared only bv T. RODERICK. Chemist, Pontypool. WHOLESALE AGENTS. London W. SUTTON & Co. Bristol PEAKCB & Co. And detail by most Chemists and Medicine Vendors. LOCAL AGENTS." BhenaVon: Evans,chemist Pontypridd Bassett, chemist Ab;ga'ny: Watkins Aberdare T.W.Evans „ Trwk'^wr: Waites 0' Monmouth Cossens Nc'\vport: Edmunds „ Spencer „ „ EleazarDavis „ Merthyr Thos.Stephens „ „Vi.ugan(Piilgwenlly),, R. Thoitias 11 0i' wiSf: Jumes "Dowlals Hancock „. Williams Chepstow Williams „ Cross „ Usk Clark, bookseller Abertillery J. Williams, bookseller ? G. IMPORTANT, Ti? you want to BORROW MONEY at a cheap rate, .1. go to Mr \V. "WiLLIAMS, 16. Dock-street., New- Mon., and Insure your Life, and, with approved security, you can have any sum up to X2,000, nayabU; by fixed instalments. Office hours, 10 to 5. ,>.e Art Union of Great Britain. The i4 Lucky Office" at which the fortunate y let, No. 114,079, the winner of the First Prize, ie sold, -was the office of the PONTYPOOL FKKK ¡Ii,Ç Tickets for the next drawing, which will on Wednesday, June 30th, are now be had at. this office,]' Provincial Grand Lodge of Monmouthshire. The R.W. JOHN E. W. ROLLS, Eo., PGM. The W. C rlARLES LYSE, Esq., D.P.G.M. Opening c f the Kennard Lodge at Pontypool. A PROVINCIAL GRAND LODGE MEETING will be held at the CLARENCE HOTEL, Ponty- pool, on THURSDAY, the 3rd JUNE, 1869, at Twelve at Noon. Immediately afterwards the KENNARD LODGE, 1258, will be Opened, Dedicated, and Consecrated, according to ancient form, and BROTHER BAR- THOLOMEW THOMAS, P.M. 471 and P.G.D.C., installed as W.M., who will then appoint and invest his Officers for the ensuing year. The BANQUET will r, take place at the TOWN HALL, Pontypool, at 3 30 p.m. Tickets, 5s each, to be had of either of the following Brethren, viz., Bros. R. Woolley, H. Griffiths, E. Prosser, or J. Lloyd Treharne. A Train will leave Newport at 10.25 a.m., returning from Pontypool Town Station at 10 p.m. By Command. WM. WILLIAMS, Prov. G. Secretary. 16, Dock street, Newport, Mon., 12th May, 1869. ] £ BBW VALE. Sale of Valuable Leasehold Properties. MESSRS DENNING, SMITH & CO. will SELL lU BY AUCTION, at the Hewlymwyn Inn, Ebbw Vale, on TUESDAY, the 25th day of May, 1869. at 3 for 4 o'clock in the Afternoon, the undermentioned VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES LOT 1. ALL THOSE TWO DOUBLE MESSUAGES, or DWELLING-HOUSES, situate adjoining the road leading from the Ehbw Vale Works to Nantyglo, and also adjoining the garden and premises of the King's Arms and now in the respective occupations of Charles Evans, Edmund Yonng, and Frederick Whit- marsh, at rents amounting to tbe annual sum of £ 20 16s. The tenure is leasehold, for a terra of 90 years, from the 25th March, 1841, at the annual rent of t3 10s. LOT 2. ALL THAT CAPITAL MESSUAGE, or DWELL- ING HOUSE, SHOP, STABLE, and GARDEN, situate in the High-street at Ebbw Vale, and now in the occupation of Mr George Thomas. The Shop is very spacious, and the Cellarage '?rd<,rr."p«-h excellent. The entire Promise a.'r n -si su'o*t:t.»auy built, and are admirably adapted and conveniently situated for carrying on a large retail general trade The tenure is leasehold, for the term of 70 years, from the 25th March, 1845, at the yearly rent of £ 7 15s. od. For further particulars, and Conditions of Sale, apply to the Auctioneers; or to FUSSELL & PRICHARD, Solicitors, Bristol. MONMOUTHSHIRE. Parish of Trevethin, near the Cwmavon Station of the Monmouthshire Railway. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, i By Mr JOHN PHILPOT, At the CKOWN IJ OTEL. Pontypool, on SATURDAY, the 29th day of May, 1869, at 2 o'clock precisely, subject to such Conditions of Sale as will he then and there produced, ALL THAT Farm House, Barn, Buildings, and Land, Called Glynafon" otherwise" Cwmavon" Farm, Situate at Cwmavon, in he above parish, containing 17 acres I rood and 32 perches of Arable, Meadow, Pasture and Wood Land; and, also ALL THOSE THREE COTTAGES standing there- on, and now or late in the occupation of Evan Evans, Enoch Morgan, and Holder. The whole of the above premises are now let to Mr William Jones, for a term of seven years, from the 2nd day of August, 1Be8, at the low annual rent of X20. To view the property apply to the Tenant, and for further particulars to Messrs WAI.FOKD and GARB, Solicitors, Abergavenny. mo BE SOLD, pursuant to three several Orders of tbe High Court of Chancery, made in the matter of the Estate of JOHN GWYNNE HERBERT OWEN, late of Car- diff, in the county of Glamorgan, Solicitor, deceased, and in certain causes of Davies v. Hair, Berkeley v. Hair, and Cousins v. Owen, with the approbation of tlie Judge to whose Court the said matter and causes are attached; by Mr JOHN PHILPOT, the person appointed to sell the same in 14 Lots, that is to say: as regards Lots 1 to 6, both inclusive, at the Beaufort Arms Hotel, in the town of Mon- mouth, on FRIDAY, the 18th day of June, 1869, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. As re- gards Lots 7, 8, 9, 10, 13, and 14, at the Crown Hotel, Pontypool, on SATURDAY, the 19th day of June, 1869, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon and as regards Lots,11 and 12, at at the Horse and Groom Hotel, Llantrissant, on MONDAY, the 21st day of June, 1869, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, certain FREEHOLD, COPYHOLD, & LEASEHOLD PROPERTY. Comprising several Freehold and Leasehold Cottages, Gardens, and Orchards, Pieces or Parcels of Arable, Wood, and Plantation Land, &c., situate on Great Doward Hill, in the parish of Whitchurch, in the county of Here- ford. Also, a Piece of Freehold Land called the Withy Bed, situate in the River Wye, near Wye Bridge, in the Tvwn of .J-nmouth, coutaiiiiug al)out, one Acre. Also, several -Freeliold Pieces or Parcels of Orchard or Garden Ground, situate in the parishes of Llandogo and Penalt, in the County of Mon- mouth. Also, several Leasehold Messuages and Cottages, Gardens, Pieces or Parcels of Land, situate respectively in the parish of Goytre, in the county of Monmouth, and in the parishes of Llangorse and Talgarth, in the county of Brecon. Also, a Freehold and Lease- hold Messuage or Tenement and Premises, situate respectively in the town of Llan1ris- sant and parish cf Llanwonno, in the county of Glamorgan. And a Leasehold Messuage or Tenement and Garden, situate in George-street, Pontypool, in the county of Monmouth. Also, Two Annuities of £ 12 each, contingent on a life now aged 33 years or thereabouts. Parti- culars and Conditions of Sale may be had gratis in London, of Messrs Cunliffe aud Beau- mont, Solicitors, 43, Chancery-lane; Messrs Doyle and Edwards, Solicitors, 2, Verulam Buildings, Gray's-inn; Mr Hair, Pontypool; Mr John Philpot, Auctioneer, Pontypool; John Bird, Esq., Solicitor, Cardiff; and of John Morris, Esq., Cardiff, the Plaintiff's Solicitor, and at the places of Sale. Dated this 28th day of April, 1809. HENRY LEMAX, Chief Clerk. CUNLIFFE and BEAUMONT, 43, Chancery-lane, Middlesex, Agents for JOHN MORRIS, Cardiff, Glamor- Ijanshire, Plaintiff's Solicitor. Manor of Wentsland & Bryngwin, In the County of M-mm-jUth. "\TOTICE is hereby given, that a GENERAL COURT i\ BARON, or GREAT COURT of the Lady and Lnrds of the said Manor, will be liolden at the CROWN- HOTEL. Pontypool, within the said Manor, on SVED- ESDAY, the 9th day of JVXE next, at ELEVEN o'clock in the Forenoon, when and where the CustoinaryTen-ints of the said Manor, and all Persons owing Suit and Ser- vice to the said Lady and Lords, are required to attend. CHARLES J. PARKES, Deputy Steward of the said Manor. Wentsland, near Pontypool, May 18th, 1869.
PICKINGS FROM PA,\T-TEG PARISH PAPERS. Will appear in our next. BILLIARDS.—Next week. n. P. S.—We doubt that it is original.
-=- ABERSYCHAN LOCAL BOARD. (Continued front page 4 J The chairman complimented Mr Chapman on the. very gratifying remark mby the auditor. Mr Lewis's plans were examined, and as it appeared that thev were defective as to drainage, &c., it was ar- ranged that the committee should meet and examine the premises. With reference to the piggeries and slaughter houses, it was also arranged that the committee should make an inspection, with the view of determining what places should be licensed or registered. A long discussion took place as to Mr Woodford's buildings at the Old Pentwyn Brewery; and the feeling appeared to be in favour of taking proceedings against him without further delay. 0 Mr Richards said that he gave Mr Parfitt leave to erect his shed under the impression that be might au- thorise a temporary building on their own ground. He now undertook to have it removed and be would bear the cost. A letter had been received from Mr A. A. Williams, denying the liability of the Trustees of the Park Es- tate with regard to the fence near the factory at Pont- newjnydd, and throwing the responsibility on the Eb- bw Vale Company. It was agreed to write again to the Company on the subject. It appeared that some man was stocking up part of a parish road near Gar: -fiith. There appeared to be good evidene- that the iu question was a parish road; and the surveyor instructed to stop the havoc. Ali Jones (Varteg) pointed out a certain portion .of road which badly wanted repair, and which led to a good many houses. The chairman undertook to make inquiries as to whether the Earl of Abergavenny would dedicate the road to the public if the Board would un- dertake the repairs
VOLUNTEER REVIEW IN PONTYPOOL PAREL. If Whit-Monday had proved fine, we should. h&v« had a most enjoyable day's pleasure in the p.-irk, as arrangements had been made for holding tuvriia the annual review of the 2nd Administrative B?ftalica yi' Monmouthshire Rifle Voluntas. Contrary to the practice of the clerk of the wea'bor on "WtiU-Mondays, be treated us to a day of wost uncomfortable character, and the rain fell heavily ilurirg the morning. The volunteers svtre not daunted, however, and dutifully kept their appointment, and a large number of sight- seers flocked into town. The shops were clolsed. und cvervbodydid their best, to make merry under d:iflcu!ties. Altogether, some 409 volunteers took part, in the re- view. The field officers were Linut.-(Jcl. the Hon. J. F. Clifford Butler, MHjor Kinp- Majùr Greenliow-Rei'oh, and Captain and Adjutant Phipps. The corps present were as follows:-5th Man., or JlauliurT, Capl-corr-^ mandant Hair, Lieut. J. F. Williams, Assistant-surgeon O. D. Thomas, 68. 4th Mon., or Binenafon, Lieut. Jayne, 64, 6th Mon or Monmouth, 54. 7th Mon. or Newport, Capts. Burton, Jones, and Williams, Lieut. Baker, Ensign 103. 8th Mon., or Usk, Capt. Gething, 49. 9th Mon., or Abergavenny, Capt. Hill, Lieut. Baker, 67. The Monmouth were the first '0 ar- rive in town, coming by the first train iu the mc and by 2 o'clock all the corps, except Newport, werL on the ground. The Newport were not far bellied, and the review then commenced. The following movements were gone tblymeb.- Drawn up in open column. Wheeled into line. General salute, 4tid Inspection by the Colonel. Wheel back into open column. March past in quick time. We observed a cbarye in this movement. Scvetr.1 companies b&viog -.vheeled into the saluting base, on the nrd furward by the right," the officers ran out in double time aud took up their positions in open order, with their swords at the recover, and on resuming the quick time, broQglit tLe sword to the carry. At 10 paces from the seluting flag,, they brought their swords in a circular mitioi:, in two tepl, to the recover and in the 3rd pace diopr.cd i* to the full extent of the right arm, and tight hand L itulet to the rear of the thigh, and casting their eyns to the right on passing the reviewing officer At 6 paces Pk-;t r., the saluting flag, they again brought their swords to the 11 6 recover, and then dropped them to the carry. At 20 paces, they resumed their positions with their compa- nies. This is altogether new to us, and seemed to have a very pleasing effect. I The Battalion closed to quarter distance on the lead- ing company, and marched past at the double. It then opened out to wheeling distance fron: .e rear company; wheeled into line, and was put through the manual and platoon exercise by Major King. It next advanced in line, halted, and formed quarter-distance column in rear of No. 1. Deployed on No. 1. Formed quarter- distance column in rear of No. 6. Deployed on the left company. Wheeled into open column. Counter- marched by ranks. Wheeled into line, and commenced file firing, which was capitally done. Tho cease-firing sounded, and they next wheeled into open column. Formed square on No. 1. Reduced square, and opened out to wheeling distance from the rear company. Wheeled into line, and fired volleys by companies from rigbt to left. Wheeled hack into column, and formed squares on No. 6. The squares were reduced, and a change of front took place on the centre, at the double, followed by a variety of other movements, which were performed in admirable style, up to a quarter past 6 o'clock. The rain, which had ceased for a time, then descended in torrents, and the volunteers were marched in companies to an adjacent grove, and there bivouacked under the trees while the crowd of sightseers fled for shelter to the tents, which were in a few moments filled to repletion, and many were obliged to put up with such protection as the umbr' Has of their friends, and the thinly-leaved boughs n the sprouting trees could afford them. The tireries .¡ had been donned for the occasion sorely suffered, uu-1 by-and-bye a regular stampede from the Park took place. The volunteers stood their ground for some Jime v but as the rain, in- stead of ceasing, grew every moment more violent, there was an end to the review. During the temporary cessation of rain in the afternoon.some young folks set at nought the wet grass, and aan.-ed heartily to the music of the Blaenafon and fife band. j'qr. YourR athletes, too, tested tbeir powers in runniriij anH jiunpiiifr; anii Messrs John Roberts, Thomas Evzi no, and FrrtiiK. Kfaa appeared to be the champions of the Park in 'hat va Excellent re-, freshments were provided on me gu>a;i< by Meters Li Davies, and Dodd; and i-kijjt M'll.llO!!h tind hiwetfic-ri.t stair of constables attended,alld did good service in kjtpiufj tht MJ::
THE PONTYPOOL BAPTIST COLLEGE. The annual meetings of this instiluiS«:i were held in Tuesday and Wednesday of the present week. These meetings commenced by the csr.minstion or the students at the College, on Tuesday morning. The examination was conducted, in Theology, by the Rev E. Evans, of Newport; in Hebrew and the Greek Testament, by the Rev E D. Wilkes, of Oswestry; in Classic Grl< pad Latin, by the Rev John Williams, RA., of Abcrga- venny; and in Logic and the English Language, by Rev Thos. Williams, B.A., or The ar'ten.oou was occupied by a meeting of the central committee, Lleweliin Jenkins, Esq. in t!!e chnir. The Welsh services were held in the evening at Crane-street chapel, and were introduced by be Rev A. Parry, of when the Rev John Morris, of Cwm Ivor, preached from l Thess.. 2, 10. The committee met in t-lie effgrei at 10.30 on Wednesday morning. The public service commenced at 11, when the Rev Rees Griffiths, of Car- diff, read and prayed, and the Rev A. TilIv. from the same town, preached fro in 1 Titu., 1, 12. enteral business meeting was held In the chapel iramediatcly after the close of the public service, H. Pfcill?ps. Esq., in the chair; when the minutes of the past Tear w. read. confirmed, and adopted. ResolntioiM wore spoken to by the Revs Rees Griffiths. E D. WiUc. J. W, Todd, N. Thomas, J. W. Lance, s. Price, E. i,lL omas, J.. j C) D. Morgan, S. R. Young, R. Johns, j. Jones, A. Perry, and T. J. Davies, Lleweliin Je«kins ai:d James Ward, Esqs., and several other gentlemen. The busi- ness being over, the trieiub cf the institution <hn \J. to- gether at the College, wb(re they had dined the m evious day. The meetings were numer nisi v htreii :ed hv ministers, principally old students, and other friends. r' S. The treasurer's report snowed that the financial position of tbe College is in a healthy state. Considerable interest was excitcd in the rreeting by the resignation (in consequence of ill health) of the Classical Tutor, the Rev George Thomas, M.A. Tbe friends of the^ institution, anxious to retai*" as long as possible his official connection with the College, as^far as his health would permit, a resolution to that clTott was unanimously adopted by the meeting. A deputa- tion was appointed, to act immediately, to convey to Mr Thomas the wish of the meeting. Dr Thomas, in the most touching manner, spoke of the unit* irrupted har- mony which had existed between him and bis cullcague for more than 28 years. Tbe announcement by the de» putation to the meeting that the appeal was likely to receive a favourable consideration, was hailed with cheers. The resolution confirming the appointment of Mr James Sully, M.A., to the tutorial office, was unani- mously adopted. Mr Sully brings with him the highest honours from the London University. This institution* which has had the reputation fo efficiency, has entered upon a new era in its history. The qualifications in candidates for admission, and the cot.i.io of stuIvtoL which they will have to attend in the College, wiiffor the future be of a higher character thai, thev h ive hither- to oeen. The numoer of students during the past yc.T has been 20. Those who have completed their course of study, have accepted invitations'to the pastorate.