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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    deatis. r In A fine specimen of the royal sturgeon. was captured by con ait some fishermen in thle River Usk, near N~ewport (lion.), on pea; -Wednesday. The fish measured over length, and pea; je weighed 1401b. of I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the 15th of June, 1867, he murdered. awoman named Jane Edvw'ards, ata Llanbaddvcb, and threw her body into the River Usk. It was said the police had got some evidence which would corroborate the prisoner's confession ; but the Grand Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,AT EWFTO0RT. A platform, part of the sanffolding of a -new bridge now in. eourse of construction over the River Usk, near Now- port, fell into the river yesterday. One manL named Samuel Crouse was drowned, two ate miOsrsg. UAd Subscribers-only content

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    ten years' penal seri-inde. An unprecedented quantity of salmon was netted on Monday morning, in a part of the River Usk known as Bellpool, between Usl Bridge end Llanbadock. The pool L was netted by the keepers of the Usk Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at a FirarllnOUSe, FneUrIiiiod, foltr v loomo 00111 i two Sittir1 Rtoomso woint attendance, sdeliCt- full oituatedl near thie River Usk, which abonrido in nalnion .; troult.Could be let ill 000 or two apartnentmot. Relofrened exehing 6. li Ades X. Subscribers-only content

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