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I TO THE ELECTORS OF THE COUNTY…

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BOROUGH PETTY SESSIONS.

BOARD OF HEALTH MEETING.

BRECONSHIRE ASSIZES.

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BRECONSHIRE ASSIZES. The following is a list of prisoners for trial at the Brecon Assizes, commencing this day. .1 Howell Jones, 18, blacksmith, on bail, is charged with wilful and corrupt perjury, at a petty sessions. held at Defynnock, before certain Justices, 23rd of February, 1865. David Watkins, 30, farmer, on bail, is charged with wilful and corrupt perjury, at a petty sessions, held at Defynnock, before certain Justices, 25th of August, 1864. Harriet Davies, 30, is charged with wilful and corrupt perjury, at a petty sessions, held at Hay, before certain Justices, 16th of March, 1865. William Oakley, 29, labourer, is charged with wilful and corrupt perjury, at a petty sessions, held at Hav, before certain Justices, 25th of March, 1865. David Jones, 19, labourer, is charged with maliciously stabbing and wounding Roger Prosser and John Prosser, with intent to maim, and do them some grievous bodily harm, at Llansaintfread, 16th of May, 1865. Samuel Howells, 34, labourer, John Samuel, 19, and Thomas Samuel, 17, smith, on bail, are charged with feloniously killing and slaying one John Kirby, 17, ay at Tavern-y-garreg, in the parish of Defynnock, and who died from certain wounds inflicted by them, on the 30th of April, 1865. William Morgan, 61, collier, is charged with attempting to commit an unnatural crime, at Llan- gynider, 2nd of July, 1865. Thomas Pollard, 30, sailor, is charged with stealing one waistcoat, of the value of 18., the property of Richard Chapman, at Llanfair-ary-bryn

SUDDEN DEATH.

CRICKET MATCH.

I'BRECON.

! ! ,WYE-SIDE.

DEVYNNOCK PETTY SESSIONS.

NEGRO TREATMENT IN AMERICA.…

A SURGEON CHARGED WITH POISONING

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BRECON AND MERTHYR RAILWAY.

BRECON AND MERTHYR SECTION.

MID-WALES RAILWAY.

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