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-Monmouthshire Quarter Sessions.

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0 t LLANGIBBY. I Agent-Mrs Nash. Llangibby Village. I ACCIDENT TO MR GRIFFITHS.-As Mr Griffiths, The Ton, Llangibby, was leaving home on horse- back, on Saturday, the horse stumbled, and Mr Griffiths was thrown on his head, his foot catching in the stirrup. He was kicked in the spine and dragged some 100 yards. Dr de Gruohy was sent for, and attended to the injuries, which were serious. RINGING IN THE NEW YIFAR.-The death of the old year and the heralding of the new year was celebrated by the ringing of the Llangibby Parish Church Bells, which commenced just before mid- night and was kept up until well into the new year. New Year's evening a well-struck quarter peal of grandsire doubles, 1,260 changes, was rung in 47 minutes by the following:—R. Williams, treble; J. Roberts, 2; H. Gwatkin, 3; C. Williams, 4; A. Williams (conductor), 5; E. Nash, tenor. By kind invitation of the Churchwarden, Mr Hopton A. Williams, M.F.H., an adjournment was afterwards made to his residence to supper, where an excel- lent repast was served in rare old English style. This function over, the usual toasts were given and songs rendered, a very enjoyable evening being spent.

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