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A DREAM.

TINTERN ABBEY BY MOONLIGHT.

\ NDO VON HOCHSTEIN. ."SGEND…

DOWN A BELGIAN COAL-PIT.

THE SALVATION ARMY.

COMPRESSED SMALL COAL FUEL.

SIR H. JAMES ON OVER-SPECULATION.

THE SUBSTITUTION OF STEEL.

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BLAENAVON LOCAL BOARD.

PROSECUTION UNDER THE MINES…

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) THE ATTACK ON LOWESTOFT…

ALLEGED ATROCITIES IN A GAOL.

|A WARNING TO ENGLISH GOVERNESSES.

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----A STORY OF THE SALE OF…

EXTRAORDINARY CASE.

THE STATE OF BURMAH—AN INTERVIEW…

ALARMING OUTBREAK OF RABIES,

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His Royal Highness Prince Christian has signified his will ng less to become the president of a working men s clulJat Windsor. From Cannes it is announced that the visit of the Czar to the Russian Empress at the noted health resort has been arranged to take clace at the end of November. 'NEVER dispair' is the motto for married people, THE business of rag gathering is picking up. I THE ages of vain old people, though undeniable their own, are never owned by them. BOGGS says the times are so dull that it is difficult for him to collect even his ideas. rin^'nCIn ^0(vTY'i~^je 8ucA,^r hand before mar* "ago, jind hey ha,nd sewed for him after. A-HE most disinterestedly good—Those who are Rood {or nothing. ° What is better than a head full of notions F-A heart full of grace. To get choap dancing lessons, let the servant girJ drop a flat-iron on your bunion. PONTYPOOL. Printed by HUGHES & SON, at their General Printing Offices, for the Proprietor and Publisher, HENRY HUGHES, Junior, of Penygariii in the parish of Trevethin, and published at the FREE PRESS Office,Market St.—November 8,1879

A PERILOUS RIDE. ---....

| THE CASE OF MISS EDWARDS.

MR. POTTER, M.P., ON FREE…

ASSESSING THE DAMAGES.