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BOROUGH PETTY SESSIONS.

_-THE GREAT SIMULTANEOUS ENFIELD…

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CORONER'S INQUEST.—An inquest was held at the Bridgend, on Saturday evening last, on the body of Margaret Probert, of Llanfaes, before James Williams, Esq., coroner, and a respectable jury, the foreman was Mr. David Matthews. It appeared from the evidence that the deceased was a cripple, and always of very delicate health she was left alone in the house on Friday last a neighbour about six o'clock in the evening was' in the house with her, and about ten minutes after- wards deceased had a fit, and shortly afterwards in the presence of the neighbour and a neice died. The jury returned a verdict of "Died in a fit from natural causes." We are again pleased to announce that Mr. Wm. Roger Lewis, son of Mr. Lewis, builder, High- street, numbers in the list of successful competi- tors in the examination of the Science Classes. Subject—"Geology."—Examiner, Sir R. Murchi- son.—May, 1867.

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I. j BRECON AND MERTHYR RAILWAY.

BRECON AND MERTHYR SECTION.

j UP TRAINS.

MID-WALES RAILWAY.

NEATH AND BRECON RAILWAY,

DOWN TRAINS.