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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 ...

( .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 ...

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 ...

**' A good name is rather to be chosen than great riches.”

... house, Rees Jones, Belle Vue beer house, Thomas Kinsey, Three Pigeons beer bouse, David Thomas, Farmers’ Arms beer house, Thomas Thomas, Mason’s Arms beer house, and Thomas Morgan, Brown Cow beer house, all Dowlais, were charged Mr. Superintendent Davies ...

ASSAL'LT AND BATTERT

... was near Benjamin Jones’s booth ; was him; saw Henry Griffiths, the younger; lie asked John Griffiths for money go to the booth, to take Thomas, of Breroenda, onl; John Griffiths gave him some money, and said, ** Slick to your work ITI be the watch. [Griffiths ...

1 U E L A N D, THE STATE TRIALS

... o’clock .Mr O’Connell entered the hull, and was most enthusiastically received. On the motion of the and le-'rned gentleman, John Molony, , of Crw, aod e» J P il*e county Clare, was called the chair, Mr. Steele (in the absence of Mr Hay) read the minutes ...

SHERIFFS FOR WALES.-1844

... Meyrick, esq. of Cefncoch; John Williams, esq., of Treffos. Breconshire —Howell Gwyn, esq., of Abcrcrave Thomas Turner Roberts, o>q., of Henry Thomas, esq., of Cardiganshire.—Philip John Miles, esq ,ofthe Priory, Cardigan; John Philijf Lloyd, esq, of Matthew ...

BIRTIIS

... of lr John Christopher, of daughter. On the 16th Angnsl, the wife of Mr S. i. Re««, of the Black Lion. Cardiff, daughter. the 18th lost, Mrs T«ck, of the Ivy Bosh Inn, High atreet. Swansea, of non. On the !6th »n*t, at Llanelly, the wife of Mr John Christo* ...

MARRIED

... (he Severn Arms, carMirtts yon The first premium I/, to John Roberts, servant W, Owen*, C’ilmynowidd; the second premium Ist. to Kdward Price, servant, of Thomas Moore, ,of old Hall; Riwl the third premium, 10». to Henry Harris, servant Mr John Jenkins, ...

NEWCASTLE EMLYN

... Light Dragoons, and part the are now Cardigan. A fresh supply is expected to arrivo here every day. Attack o.x the Workhouse aoajn.—'Last night, about 8 oclock, the marines stationed at the workhouse were roused ** to arms.” hearing the smashing of the windows; ...