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THE ASSASSIN OF MR. LINCOLN.I

I MR. BAINES'S REFORM BILL.

ST. PAUL'S WESLEYAN DAY SCHOOLS…

I BANGOR POLICE COURT.—TUESDAY.

BANGOR AND BEAUMARIS UNION.

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BANGOR AND BEAUMARIS UNION. The ordinary meeting of the Guardians of this Union was held ou Wednesday last. Present—C. Bicknell, Esq, in the chair; Messrs. G. Simpson, W. r. Rogers, vice-chairmen; 0. Owens, George James, E. P. Evans, R. Roberts, Hugh Thomas, John Roberts, and William Thomas. The sureties named for the due performance of his duty by the for Llandysilio were ac- cented. A circular was read from the Poor Law Board recom- mending the Guardians to keep a supply of cod liver oil an.1 other expensive medicines for relieving the sick poor; but the Guardians considered, as the medical- officers themselves supplied the medicines, it was not applicable to this Unien. The Assessment Committee The following is a correct list of the new Assessment Board:-Col. the Hon. E. G. D. Pennant, M.P., chairman; Mr. C. Bicknell, vice- chairman; W. Bulkeley Hughes, Esq.; Rev. H. Wynne Jones, Rev. T. N. Williams, Mr. G. Simpson, Rev. Thomas Jones Williams, Mr. Roger Evans, Mr. Wm. Pritchard, Mr. Thomas Jones, Mr. Rd. Evans, and Mr. Richard Hughes. Removal of Va;sances.-The following resolution was passed at the meeting of the Guardians held on the 26th April. Attention having been called to the danger of a visitation in this country of the feirful epidemic now prevalent in Russia, upon the motion of Rev. Thomas Jones Williams, seconded by Mr. W. T. Rogers, re- solved-" That this Board recommends that all the Overseers of the poor within this Union do take im- mediate steps towards forming Committees in their res- pective parishes for the removal of nuisances, so as to obviate the necessity of the Guardians appointing paid officers for that purpose." Out-relief for past fortnight, X211 Os. 2d.; irremove- able poor, L209 3s. 8d.; nonsettled poor, E41 12s. 6d.

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COURT OF EXCHEQUER.—MAT 6.

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