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DEAD MAN'S DAUGHTER.I

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SECRETARY -OF PENSIONS.I

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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. j

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MORRISTON GROCER.

MORRISTON MAN'S POLICY. I

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OLD SWANSEA. I

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OLD SWANSEA. I The weekly lecture at the Swnnsea Pub- lic Library was given by Mr. W. H. Jones upon Old Swansea; the Joyous Neighbourhood of the Cro^ Mr. Alex G. Moffatt presided, and there was the usual crowded attendance to hear this popular lecturer. I Reference was made to the cross which in ancient times marked the centre of the town at the siiitb end of Crose-street, and a happy description was given of the fair which was held around it, and which at- tracted attendance from many parts of the kingdom. Mr. Jones also described the streets of the neighbourhood, and gave a most interesting outlired the life of Bishop Henry de Gower. of St David's, and of his many aas<>ciatioi;s with the town, of whifh it is believed he was a native. Particular reference wag made to the Bishop's foundation of St. David's Hospital on the corner of Cross and St., Mary streets, portions of which still re- main. Mr. Moffat voiced the thanks of the audience to the lecturer, and added a few remarks on the subject of the an- cient fair.

GRAIN AND FLOUR TRADES. I

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