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... under iheir Corporate Seal. No. John I/.nsdule Mills N'o 7 Arthur Mann, ni Woburn Square, Ttiomas Dynr- rad, Abergavenny. Ttinmiis Cil.bs WilliH'n lleece r. Bedford F. J. Kl^ie Meyrick, Ksqrs ftichnrd Watthia*, a single armed man, was charged y Ow.-n Bowen ...

MARRIED

... Dundas, John Fenton, Hon. R. Fittgibbon, J. W. Fitzpatrick, J. Grattan, Lord D. Halliburton, Sir G. Heathcote, H. Lambton, John Maher, Joseph Pease, G. Strangways, Absent Tory I—R. T. Parker, Liberals who voted with the Tories i—John Basset, ...

CARMARTHEN. Monday Night

... Ilenllan, the Rev S. Griffith®, lloreb, the Rev D. Phillips, Cardigan, and the Rev J. Davies, GUndwr, pieached. Melancuoly Accident.— On Tuesday, a waggon belonging Mr Bright of Broome, and driven by John Henley, was returning from the Hill with a load of coal ...

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... Thomas I Wood, Mr Thomas Cooper, Mr James Buchan, Mr j Charles H. Saunders, .Mr John Saunders, Mr John | Lloyd, Mr Henry Hunt, Mr James F'isher, Mr John Law. Mr Samuel Brookes, John Simpson, 1 C. D. Badland, Mr H. Brewster, Isaac Heath, &c, &c. The High Shot ...

BIRTHS

... m, and guard of the Cardigan rojal mail, to Miss Prosser, of Pembrokeshire. Tuesday se’nniglit, at St. Mn-jV church, Cardigan, Rev. C.rilTith Thomas, vicar. R. D. Jenkins, Esq , that place, to E!i/a, only daughter of the late John Bowen, Esq., Ffedefaid ...

FOUSiaN INTa2Xj2.IC*SNCB

... Regiment-Killed: Grenadiers sergeant Thomas Todd; Privates. Martin Moran, John Hill, William WaUon, William Pope, and John Macpralh. Light Coinjxioy—George Maher, John Noble, James Hughes, John Eaton, Patrick iiickcn, Henry Moseley, James Stock, and Benjamin Heath ...

LORD KKANF

... then asked, How say you, James Thomas, Earl Cardigan, are you guilty or not ? Tl»e Earl of Cardigan, firm voice, replied, Not guilty, my Lord.” I Clerk—“ How will you be tried, my Lord ? The Karl of Cardigan —“ my Peers.” The Noble prisoner then took his ...

( .i, el.ok-e of three cells ami Cos*am swept 'rV ib*»m out for him, i»» which he was locked up

... assault. County Gaol —Jonathan Jones, Howell Lewis, Jonathan Lewis, David Evans, David Davies, and John Jones; for riot in the Tallog affair. Saturday last John Harris, of Ttllog mill, was brought before full bench magistrates, charged with riot the Carmarthen ...

MONMOUTH

... chemise on it, and flannel night-gown over the legs ; the left arm was in position as if lifted towards the head, and the right arm resting across the chest; the right leg was over the left; the arms, legs, and body, were all supple; perceived some coagulated ...

MARRIED

... oootjof I ell broke, h« the Itev I). Prulliero. rectur, John L«q. snrgewn, Cardigan! Miss livaus. Fountain Hill, • the aa.d county of 'on Uedn.sddv week, at the Welsh Baptist Cl '»H* *' port. Mr John ti.cen to Miss’Amy Ld.nuuda, both ol that town. On the ...

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... Mr. John Lloyd, watchmaker. —Nov. 24, by the Rev Archdeacon Venables, and Thomas Thomas, Esq., David Jones, of the parish of Builth, baker, to one month's ha-d labour, in default of a fine Ql. 9s. , and costs of 7s. inflicted for an assault on John Davies ...

WEDNESDAY

... Velingigfrao was destroyed by j. '? party well armed, who met the common v*y»wrw, about eight miles fiom Cardigan. They 2? . oUS, y* «i*«*n notice of their intention. * ne Marines were ordered out from Cardigan, but by the time they arrived on the spot there ...