IBOEOUGH OF BRECON. t STATEMENT OF ACCOUNT for this BOROUGH, in the Year ending 31st AUGUST, 1866, pursuant to < 6. and" 7 Wm. the 4th, Cap. 104, and 1 Vie., Cap 78. t The Treasurer of the said Borough in Account with the Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses thereof, for the above period. K 1865. 8. d. August 31. To Balance in the hands of Borough Treasurer brought forward 94 1 2 Sums received for use of Town Hall 10 1 7 Received from the. Town Clerk for Bnrgess and Voters' Li(8 1 14 0 Cash received on account of Borough Rate, viz: From St. Mary's X142 5 5 M St. John's 35 0 0 „ Si. David's 57 13 10 234 19 3 Received from Messrs. W. H.-and L. Jones for rent of Gtildhall Cellarage. '600 Received of the Brecon 1 Markets Company for balance due- to the Qorporation in respect of annual càarge of X'210 J208 4 t Jleceived -of the same Company tot net Ii. amount of one "half yearYpaymeutofauch eharge, due 31st Dec., J864 95 12 3 ————— 303 16 11 "fr> >, c I.. OJ I'" ), 'i;' a* i'« „i- i i ■■ -fh- r, '7:: t 1 i ■••• £ w r 1,1 I\ ■' ■: j»r •>. (, r 4 J* •• r t, t- 'f< J. '.J •* w" -.i' 4? j c « Z650 12 11 1865. £ d. Sept. 6. Paid Henry Lee one month's salary of Police 15 0 0 Octr. 4. Ditto Ditto 15 0 0 Nov. 1. Ditto Ditto. 15 0 0 29. Ditto ( Ditto 15 0 0 Dec. 4. Ditto one quarter's disbursements, to 9th May, 1865 16 0 10 Ditto to 9th Aug., 1865 7 3 7 Ditto to 9th Nov., 1865. 14 6 3 Rees Owen Jones for half-year's salary and allowance for coals, and also for post- ing notices, &e., to 2nd Nov., 1865 7 "18 9 John Williams, preparing Burgess List of St. John's 1865 1 10 0 James Hall, preparing Burgess List of St. Mary's, 1865 2 0 0 T. L. Watkins, Plumber, &c., for repairs at Town-hall and Police Staton 5 5 4 Edward Williams, Esq., for professional charges in respect of Miss Lloyd's Cor- porateMortgage. 9 4 0 William Farr, for Advertisements 1 7 6 John Wood, for work done at Town-hall. 0 13 6 Tt Brecon New Gas Company, Limited, for gas at Town-hall 0 1 10 David Morgan, for suit of Corporate Livery to the Town-crier. 5 0 6 John i ies, for boots supplied to the Police 5 17 0 Aneurin George, for work done at Town-hall 1 13 2 Ditto, for work done at Police Station 11 2 David Williams, for Printing List of Voters .v:V.. -1 10 0 • Ditto for other NI-aiiieipal Printing • 2 15 0 • John Morgan, for Printing, &c 12 3 6 Dee. 27. Henry Lee, one month's salary of Police .15 0 0 1866. Jan. 25. Ditto Ditto 15 0 0 David Jones, for leggings supplied to the Police 3 10 0 Feb. 9. Rees Williams, preparing Burzess Li-its of St. David's, 1865 and 1866 2 0 0 Richard Webb, repairing Station-ht)tise clock, &c 0 11 0 Morgan Jones, for chairs for Town-hall and for work 35 17 6 William Farr, for Advertising. 0 11 0 Bebbert and Co., London, for Police Clothing 16 10 6 David Jones, for Police ha d for curtam for Town-hall 3 2 8 John Morgan, for Printing '(, 2 12 6 Henry Lee, one quarter's disbursements, to lslf. Fiib., l'SGB 6 0 2 John Iiirk, for drawing plans, &c., a;nd atiperiiiteiiditig repairs ot Town-hall 7 6 6 4 The:Provincial Insurance Company for premium on Insurance of Guild-hall 3 76 John Wood, for balance of his bill for painting Guild-bill :8 18 1 15. Tbwn Clerk, orw-yeaes saltry, and contribution to Town Charity 1 0 J, 21. ljen.r,v Lee, one month's a, tlAry of Police 15 0 0 Mar. 21. Ditto = Ditto 15 0 0 I April 18. Ditto Ditto ?I 15 0 0 May 16." Ditto Ditto 15 0 0 Ditto one quarter's disbursements, to 3rd of May, 1866 11 18 0 James and Davies, for Police Clothing. 39 8 O John Jones, for boots supplied to the Police 5 4 0 Rees Owen Jones, for half-year's salary as Hall-keeper, and allowance for coals, posting, &c 310 6 June 13. Henry Lee, one month's salary of Police 15 0 0 July 2. Miss Sarah Lloyd, one year's interest (less income-tax) 911 her, mortgage, due 29th ;'0 May, 1866 ?.7..39 6 8 11. Henry Lee, one month's salary of Police 15 0 0 Aug. 08. Ditto Dito., 15 0 0 „ ii. William Davies, late Police-officer, gratuity for enabling him to pay medical ex- penses 16 0 0 M 13. ReeS Owen Jones, Hall-keeper, quarter's salary, and allowance for coals, to 1st Aug., 1866 in 3 Thomas L. Watkins, for work at Station House, &c 12 2 2 Henry Lee, one quarter's disbursements, to 2nd Aug., 1866. 10 2 2 Aneurin George, for work done at Station-house 112 William Farr, for advertising, to April. 1866 3 15 0 Henry Marriott, for Fire-escape, &c. 47 10 0 Aneurin George, for work done at Town-hall 1 10 6 £ 604 19 9 „ 31 Balance in Treaiorer's hands 45 13 2 £ 650 12 11 t The above Accouct, with all Papers and Vouchers relative thereto, were submitted by the Treasurer of the said Borough to us for the N purpose of being examined and audited, in pursuance of the provisions of 5 and 6 Wm. 4th, cap. 70; and we hereby certify that, we exam- N ined and audited such account, and find the same correct.. Dated this 28th day of December, 1866. DAVID JONES, ) JOSEPH JONES, J A™ito*s-
OAKS COLLIERY, BARNSLEY, EXPLOSION. THE BRECON YOUNG MEN'S MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY will give an ENTERTAINMENT For'the Benefit of the Sufferers by the above Explosion, In the Town Hall, Brecon, ON TUESDAY, JANUARY 8m, 1867. J. ftAVIES, ESQ., .MAYOR, WILL PRESIDE. The Entertainment will consist of RECITATIONS, VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC, to conclude with C. Dickens' Esquire's Breach 0: Promise Trial, 33AWELL versus PICKWICK," IN CHARACTER." Tickets and Programmes may be had of the Members of the Society, and of Miajs., Wkins, street, Mr. Humpage and Mr. Hughes, stationers. Doors to open at 7-30; to commence at 8 o'clock precisely. Admission. Reserved Seats, 2s.; Body of Hall, is. Gallery, 6d Fainily Tickets, Admitting Five, 7s. 6d. M R. J. R. GRIFFITHS, THE WATTON, BRECON. CARTES De Visite, plain Vignette, or Tinted Diamond Cameo, Portraits, Old Paintings, or Photographs copied, enlarged, or reduced. Glass Fositiyea, Photographs, on Silk, Ivory, Eburnuium, or Metal. A visit « rtspectfully solicited to inspect the Speci- mens on view. TO BE LET, with immediate possession, an old-established GROCERY AND CONFEC- TIONERY BUSINESS, situate in Ship Street, Brecon.—For particulars apply at the Office of this Paper. J. B. GARDINER'S TWO GUINEA BINOCULAR OPERA GLASS WITH TWELVE LENSES, Suitable for the Theatre, Racecourse, Sportsmen, Tonfists, and General Out-door Observation. GARDINER, OPTICIAN, CLARE-STREET, BRISTOL. 4 1 THOUSANDS NOW USE Johnson, fohnson&Cos PURE TEA. It is The Tea for the MILLION,-ou account of its great strength and uniform excellence. OBSERVE all axe Sd.per lb.CHEAPER In Packets only, from 2-cxs. to l ib., k 3-ljb. St 6-lb. Tin Caniatera- At 2/8,-3/-& 3/4 per lb. Choice QuaUt es, 3/8 & 41 per lb. jUUgg Johnson, Johnson & Co.aaa^hfe«M TEA MERCWANTS. LONDON. 9WB See that the n> me is on rarh Packet, Sold by Chemists, Confectioners, &-c., in every Town. LOCAL AGENTS. Brecon-H,ll, Chemist, High Street. Ai)er,lare-Thomin, Chemist. Abera.vonJones, Printer. Abersychan—Martiu, Post Office. Bridgend—Jones, Chemist. Brynnawr- Jones, Stationer. Cardiff-Drane, 11 Bute Street. Dowlais—Lewis, Chemist. Eardisley—Harper, Post Office. H;ty-Wittkiiia, Post Office. Ltanelly-Morgan Griffiths. Metthyr- Lewis, Chemist, George Town. Mountain Ash-—Thomas, Chemist. Newport—Thomas, 170 and 129 Commercial Street. -Nantyglj-.kllen, Post Office. Poiitypool-E!I%v,,trd,s, Peititer. Pnnta.rdawe-Evans, Post Office. Porthcawle—Jones, Chemist. Swansea—Andrew, 14 Castle Square. „ Thomas 65 Oxford Square. Ystalyfera'—Davies, Bookseller. JOHNSON, JOHNSON, & Co., TEA MERCHANTS, 17, BLOMFIELD ST., CITY, LONDON. gjjgr* J ol tnson, Jofcnson ft Co's PURE UNCOLOUREG TEA Is now preferred to all othera. ( &/<" « PJukets by Agtutt *a twtrj 1 SOLE AGENT IN BRECON: HALL, CHEMIST, HIGII STREET. T [A CARD.] ;"W. Tl. KING, 1 COACH MAKER, Lign. Street, and Saint Michael Street, Brecon. Repairs neatly executed at moderate charges. AJSPAIIISN AUD VA-OK to Q4i.tJP:R. ¡ • Now ready, price 2s. 6d., THE TRANSLATION OF AN ATTESTED COP 7 (in the possession of Joseph Joseph, Esq., F.S.A.,) -of the CHARTER of the BO ROUGH OF BRECON and the TOWN OF LLUEL, (obtained from the. Rolls Chapel, Septem- ber, 1832,) and may be had at the office of this Paper. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS AND CORRESPONDENTS. All Correspondence and Advertisements to be ad- dressed to the Editor, Reporter" Office, Bulwark, Brecon, on or before Friday morning. The Editor. will not-undertake to return rejected communication's, and wishes his'cdrrespondents to understand":favt whatever, is inteitdedjor in- sertion, must be verified by the name and address of the wr.iter. The Letter signqi." One who Pays Taxes" Hbt being authenticated according to our' general rule, is inadmissible in ouP^olwnviis.
BRECON SHIRE GENERAL QUARTER .SESSIONS. These Sessions commenced in the County Hall on Tusday last for the transaction of the usiial, quarterly business, when the following magistrates were presentRev. Hugh Bold; chairman John Lloyd, Esq., G. Overton, Esq., Sir J. R. Bailey, Bait., J. W. P. Gwvnne Holf<>rd, Esq., J. W. Morgan, Esq., C. Parkinson, Esq., L. Hughes, Esq., Martin Roberts, Esq., Thomas Daviea, Esq., and John Evans, Esq. A new rate of one penny in the £ was adopted for the ensuing quarter. WEDNESDA Y. The Court opened this morning at 10 o'clock, before the Rev. Hugh Bold, chairman there were ulso on the bench R. Raik s, Esq., J. Williams, Esq., and George Overton, Esq. The usual proclamation against vice and im- morality having been read, the following gentlemen were sworn on the GRAND JURY:— Mr. Ph ilip Edwards, Pendre, Foreman Mr. Jflhn Benjamin,.grocer,. Brecon Mr. John Davies Williams, registrar of births, &c., Brecon Mr. Lewis Jones, spirit merchant, Brecon Mr. Wm. Symmds Bass,, draper,. Bvcoti Mr. Wm. Price, innkeeper, Brecon Mr. Win. J-mes Robeit. ac- countant, llrecolI; Mr. Edwin Evans, clerk, Brecon; Mr. Jeffery Symotis Sayers, brewer, &-GCOU i Mr. Edwawi & Herbert, .draper, Crick-1 I j, "tJ howell; Mr. Wm. Pyron, woolstapler, Hay Mr. William Gunter, farmer, 'Ffonlfawr Mr. Wm. Morgan, fanner, Pantycored Mr. Thoma.s .Price, fariiier, Lla dew. f The Chairman, in addressing the Grand Jiiry, said that they would. he was sure, agree with him in regretting the absence of the Chairman of that Court (Mr. Penry Williams), who, under the greut affliction he was suffering, could not be expected to attend that dav. He was sorry to observe that the Calendar presented to them was very heavy there were the names of no less thari 13 prisoners con- tained in it, and two or three charges were preferred against one or two of the prisoners. It appeared also that since the lastSessiolls 12 persons had been summarily convicted he believed they would with hirugreatly regret the increase of crime in the county some of the offences weie trivial, but one or two were of a serious nature. He did not -know whether such increaso could be attributed to the want of work or idleness, or to the want of education, or was it that they afforded the prison- ers too great coijxfcrt at the county gaol. But be it from whatever cause it may the fact was there was a great increase. It appeared that" a short iy time back, prisoners, upon being discharged from gaol, committed another offence the next day. and was again sent to gaol. The Chairman remarked upon the number of gentlemen summoned as; Grand Jurors who had that day absented them- selves, and stated that he wished it known through- out the county that upon such an event again hap- pening the Court would enforce a fine upon. them. The Chairman concluded by referring -1jo tha,A-, nancial position of the county and the prpspeet -of the increased Expenditure on behalf of the asylum through the probable dissolution of partnership be- tween the counties of Brecon, Monmouth, Hereford, and Radnor, as recommended by the Commission- ers in Lunacy in consequence of the present establishment at Abergravenny being over crowded, 85 patients being boarded out. He had no further remarks to make but to inform them that on the previous day a penny rate had been proposed for the ensuing quarter. He wpuld therefore discharge them to their duties and would thank, thelu to re- turn a bill as early as possible. TRIAL OF PRISONERS. FKLONT.—David RltYs, laborer, was charged with feloniously stealing a gun, the property of Benjamin Harding Newman, at Defynnock, on the 16th of Apr}, 1 ?61 also stealing a sack,, the pro- perty of John Phillips, at Llanthew,. on the 26tb of November, 1866. Mr. T. Bishop prosecuted, and Mr. W. Games defended the prisoner. Several witnesses were examined, and Mr. Games made a powerful defence, and called several persons as to character. The chairman summed up, and the jury returned a verdicf. of not guilty. PONY STEALING. — (reorge Lewis, nltvvy,, was charged with feloniously stealing one roan pony mare, at Penderyn, the property of Leyshoir Rhys. He was further charged with stealing a p.oiiv4naie the property of Evan Richards, also a bridle the prope:ty of Rees Williams, at Llanfihangel-nnnt- bran, on the 11th November, 1866. Mr. Bishop prosecuted. Pleaded not guilty.—Sentenced to 5 years penal servitude. BURGLARY. George Jones, and John Jones tramps, were charged with feloniously breaking into the dwelling-house of Thomas Davies, and stealing therefrom a great coat, two coats, two waistcoats, two trowsers, a pair of boots, two shirts, a comforter, two shawls, two pocket handkerchiefs, and iwo pairs of stockings, the property, of UIØ, said Thomas Davies, at L;a dilofane. Both pri- soners pleaded guilty. There was a former con- viction against George Jones, and he was sentenced to 12 months hard labor, and the other to 6 months hard labor. OATS STEALING. Jacob Jones, haulier, was charged with stealing two bushels of oats, and a sack, the property of Joseph and Crawshay Bailey, E qrs., at the parish of Llanelly. on thj 24th D c., 1.868. Mr. S. B. Evans prosecuted, and Mr. Jones, Ahergavenny, defended the prisoner..The jury found the prisoner Not Guilty. THURSDAY. FRAUD.—Elizabeth IVillia" was charged with unlawfully and knowingly, by certain false pretence,' obtaining one basket, of the goods and chattels of John Rees, with intent to defraud, at Penderyn, oh the 1st of October, 1866. Mr. T. Bishop pro- secuted. Mr. Gam"s, having stated the case, called Jane Rees, a little gjrl 11 years of age, who, tn being examined as to the nature of an oath, and having satisfactorily explained, deposed that- she remem- bered the prisoner calling on her mother oh the 1st October, and told witness that she had met her mother on the road who told her that she should have the loan of a basket. Witness asked lijer where she,was going to take it; she said j^tp there, to fetch a few apples witness itsked her when she world return it; prisoner said directly, with some apples for witness she had the basket but never 1, ever returned it, had not seen the prisoner before that day- Margaret Rees deposed She is the wife of pro- sector and lives at Penderyn on the day named she met the prisoner on the road to Hii,w;iin;p.ri- soner never spoke to her, consequently she,never promised her the lend of the basket; it was Worth 3s. 6d!; it has never been found don't ktiow the prisoner. Joh Jones, a police sergeant stationed at Cefn- coed Cymmer, depqsr-l that from information he received he went to Neath on the 25th of October er and found the prisoner at the station charged her with the offence, which she denied and said that she had not been at Penderyn for two years after- wards she said for one year; could not find the basket; she was taken before the magistrates and committed for trial. Prisoner declined saying anything only that she "hoped the Jury would do their best*'—which caused some laughter.—The jury almost immedi- ately found the prisollerGlIilty and she was sen- tenced to 2 months hard labour. WATCH STEALING.—Evan Evans, mason, was charged' with stealing a silver watch, the property of David Powell, at-Llanhamlach, in the month of June, 1866. Mr. T. Bishop prosecuted. Pleaded guilty.—Sentenced to 6 months hard labor. A;sAuix.Leiv.s Lawrence and Rees Davies, colliers, were, charged with violently assaulting, wounding, illtreating, and occasioning actual bodily harm, in company with each other, to one Caroline Haines, widow, at Llanelly, on the 8th of October, 1866. The bill was ignored against Davies. Mr. T. Bishop prosecuted, and Mr. S. B. Evans defended the prisoner. Several wit; e -s were ex- amined, after which, the chairman summed up, and the jury returned ».-verdict of Guilty.—Sen- tenced to 12 calendar months hard labor.. The bills were ignored against the following:— Ass,tULT.- iril.iizm Leiv;s I, tailor, (on bat!) was charged with unlawfully making an assault on one Sarah Tibbolds, with intent to ravish, at Vaynor, II 2nd November, 1866. WOUNDING AND MAIMING.—James Earsman, ■ shepherd, (on bail,) was charged with feloniously and maliciously maiming arid wounding a certain sheep, the property of John James, ut the parish of Talgarth, in the hamlet of Grwneyfechun, on the lyth November, 18U6- j f .1ii. ■ i K "I LARCENY.—Thomas Freeman, soap-boiler, fas charged wltb feloniously stealing a sbswl of .he value of five shillings, the property of Ann Craw- ley, at Crickhowelf, on the 7th November, 1866. RECEIVING. STOLEN GOODS.—Jane Lewis (on bail) was charged with stealing two bushels of oats, ani a sack, the property of Joseph and Crawshay Bailey, Esqrs., at Llanelly, on tiie24th December, 18.66. She was also, charged with receiving the said oats and sack, ,well- knowing that they were stolen goods.
BRECON VOLUNTEERS.. PRESENTATION TO SERGEANT CAIRNS. I.. On Wednesday evening last a supper took place at the Star. Inn, in this town, to present Drill- instructor, Sergeant Cairns, with a very handsome rg time-piece, as a marriage token of the esteem for his untiring-energy in making the corps second to none. The present was got up by voluntary con- tributions amongst the Volunteers of No. < 1 Oom,. pany alone, and was provided by Sergeant L.- IW- Price of Castle-street, who displayed superior taste in his selection of the article for the occasion the timepiece stand sounder a glass shade, with two doves oh the top of the works,and Cupid suspended on a chain acting for the pendulum, not as pendu- lums generally go, from right to left, but front to back. The chair was occupied by Jrtlin Prothero, Esq., ex-Mayor, and about 40 friends sat down to a most excellent repast, provided by the hostess,"Mrs. Meredith. After the cltftb^Wrtte^re^ moved the Chairman gave the usual ^layaij aria patriotic toasts, and then proceeded with th^fdatet of the evening, and, in a lengthy addres^said that it gave him great pleasure to have the honour of, presiding over the meeting on such an occasion, that the testimonial which he was about topresent to him (Sergeant Catms) did credit to him, inasmuch, as it was evidence of the high esteem in which he was <. held by his Company, and he hoped. it would bei. handed down to posterity as an heirloom in hwt family. Segeant Cairns acknowled the gift in very suitable terms. The company enjoyed thetnsefaces for some time with toast and soug and the merry meeting terminated.
CHILD BURNED TO DEATH; CORONER'S INQUEST." An inquest was held at the New Inn, Watton, in this town, yesterday ^Friday), beiore Henry Maybery, Esq., coroner, and a respectable jory* of which Mr. Edward Williaiu3, Watton, was fortt. man, on the body of Samuel Th unas Leonard, six years of a,,e, the child of IIjury William Leonard, messenger at the Brecon and Merthyr Railway Office. Mary Leonard said that she put tbeir 3 children to bed about six oMock on Thursday highfc that she went d >wn stiiirs she soou afterwards heard some screaming upstairs; when she got to the first youngest child, and on the top of. the st-cund she riiefc her eld-sst child with his night close all burot red with the "fire he had a halipeony given to him/two or three days ago, when he went to bed he placed the coin, on the mantel-piece after she left the room, he got up to. get it, and by so d dag his ii'ttlo night dresa Caught fire one of the other children told me this: Doctor-Talfourd Jones stated tint the father of the deceased child called upon him and he had some lotion to apply to the child; he visited tb. child shortly afterwards and saw that it was burnt: from the ancles to the chin and for general infor- mation he, would tell them that in: such .occaOlipuI they used linseed oil and lime wat, which is the best things to apply to any person under tuck cir- cumstances. i The Jury returned a verdict MThat by the child rising to reach a halfpenny from the qiantd)* I bicu piece its night dress caught tire, w cause of his death," remarking that if there had been'a wire fire guard there the child would he living, which we hope will be a caution to the public at large..i „
CHRISTMAS CHARITY. SEASONABLE BENEVOLENCE/ Colonel and Mrs. Church Ptirce; ofFfrwdgrecK, on Christmas-eve gave to 22 'of the poorest people in. the parish of Llanspyddid. a loaf of bread,1* quarter of a pound of tea, one pound of sug*r, and one cwt. of coal each and on New Years Eve they gave also to 32 of the p^or inhabitant* of St. David, St. John, and St.'Mary's, Brecon,' a loaf of bread, ii packet. of tea, and, one poduo.' of* sugar each. Weztre als,, informed that they purport shortly giving away some coal. This good lady and gentleman are continually bestowing gifts at Dan* spyddid, Merthyr.Cynog, or St. David's, Brecon, of bread, tea, sugar, flannel petticotta, flaunel shirts, and also coals. Thiil it trim benevolence and worty of imitation.
THB WEATHER.—During the past weak we have 7 experienced a sudden and severs, chauge in the weather—the hills in this neighbourhood' bi1.iÇ covered with snow, whilst the roads,'4 thrfijygh the intensity >>f the frost are' dangerous "to Oh. As a .matter of course the ardent lovers gf. fo^t. hunting and coursing are now at fault, but still they can shoulder their "Joe Man«on." < PIIOROGR/ PHY.—We have great pleasure, in di- „ recti ng the attention of oiir real lera" to' an .&dYO,K-, tisement in another part. of OUT impression, whesaw it will be percived that the photo Studio of Mr. J. R. Griffiths, the Watton, in this town, W in full operation. The specimens we have had the oppor- tunity of seeing are iirst-clast; life-like production* and wiii bear comparison with *ny other- sjtist, however eminent he may stand in the profession, In addition to portraits this gentleman iff equally an fait 'with landscapes, residences, &c. A his studio will prove the truth of, what we have stated. SERIOUS ACCIDENT AND MIRACULOUS ESCAPE.— Oil Saturay evening last, as Mr. Price, ofWemddu Farm, in the parish of Sr. David, Brecon, was re- turning h-vne from market, about seven o'clock in the evening, on a spirited pony, he overtook a. miller's gaiubo, about 50 yards above Ffrwdgrecb cottages, in a dark part of the road, and as he was trotting fast at the time he did 110. observe the vehicle until the pony came in contact with it, and so great was tbe force that she broke her windpipe on the .pot and fell backwards, her rider being pitched forward on to the miller's bags without re- ceiving anv injury. He walked home as well as ever, but the i)- or animal died shortly after tha aoci tsoti. Tin miller's ivy was so frightened that he wa. some before he would stop Ms horse for bit passenger to right himseif. -1 — iqgga«a— Printed and Published by DAViD WILLIAMS, IA his residence ou the Bulwark* in the Chapelry of Saint Mary, in the Parish of Saint John Ife# Evangelist, in the Couuty.of Bra w-sL-SASURA"i Jasua&J 5, 1867.