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    Fritob&Ad, Amle~ch, J ames Jarrett, Pwllheli ;- uigh Jones, len., Llanerch-y- meddB Evans, Cny James Dotnn, L an- gef~i; lli Folke, 3angoi-r; . Phifllipsl Henflordd enjarnin Hughes, Llanelty; Griffith Parry, Llanrwst Johns Hlughes, Liverpool. , ::; IYMRY' LLUNiOA'h; Y~n cynwys Subscribers-only content

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    X enebb.: TY Y CTFFREDIN, DydJ Mercher.-Yr unig beth o ddim dyddordeb cyffredinol a fa dan sylw heddyw ydoedd, WZSUB DIDDYMIAD Y DRETH RGLWYS (SCOTLAND). Wrth gyn)g ail ddarileniml y nmesur hwn, eglurai Mr. Me'Laren fod treth Eglwys yD Subscribers-only content

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    41 tlvpbbim (EpffVcb iiwL Gwneir dinystr dychrynllyd ar y byddinoeid Ffrengig sydd vn Tunis gan glefydau. Nid oes dim Ila; na 670 0 gieifion yn yr ysbytai sydd wedi eu' hadeiladu yn y gwersyll. ac yn yotod tair wythnos Subscribers-only content

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    aith. agg yn Chwefror nesaf - Cyhoedda Messrs Griffith & Farran yn ddioed sr. Wy grjffiad o I Cape cod Folke,' llyfr a gynyrchodd gyff to jac mawr yu Ameriae, lle y mae wedi eyraedd gweithiad ha .o ddwy fil Subscribers-only content

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    Tmg FXAMINER, '.WF . ag, ess~,41 'fwa Has4~ ieneres of the King of S"ZoEx3 after rEduedi, btUI59t to contgnPt, aXd 14i coPatry to *Ti~y, have pro, dAiU net gae AsOIerevPt41o* , tt a sUAson of the Goatenmet, fwhiCh seems Subscribers-only content

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    THE EXAMINER. I -Il I LONDON, MAY 23. Thy foreign news of the week is exceedingly illustrative, if not Interest00g, At Lisbon, one of those miserable and fraudulent farces have been performed, which unmask that false Duessa LEGITIMACY, tad Subscribers-only content

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    ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, 4c. "c AFFAIRS OF HOxOuRY"-On Monday morning a hos- tile meeting took place at Wormwood Scrubbs, between Captain the Hon. Cecil Forester and Capt. W. E. Hasmer, both of the Blues. The former was attended by Captain Subscribers-only content

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    MISCELLANEOUS. I ALDERMAN GIBBS ANO THE ACCO6NTS, &c.-Aldermart Gibbs, at a meeting of the Court of Aldermen, requested the attention of his brother magistrates to a few words in explanation of circumstances affedting himself. The charge brought against him Subscribers-only content

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    I RAIlVWAY ACCIDEN'TS. Aftter P. cinnpateicIe intll in, die acridenrsiarrsitlrc (oin re11tTc-aa' Mit iiicticcnilew, a tinbie'r of serious eca-rSh'c.e' igz:ill o(u'Ccii to EN. te tii'tlt relittaioisof Cie piiitittc %Vegt'v- tile C'-titrtict It 5'i-~iC IC r t tie,. in, teltaniti'c Subscribers-only content

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    DEATH OF THE MARQUIS OF ANGLESEY. 1 It is with much regret we have to announce the death of Field-Marsbal the Marquis of Anglesey, which took place yesterday morning at Uxbridge House, Old Burlington street. We abbreviate from the Subscribers-only content

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    PRESENTATION OF A SWORD OF HONOUR TO SIR I DE LaACY EVANS. The first public recognition of this gallant officer's services since his return to England from the Crimea took place on Monday, at Folke- stone, when a congratulatory Subscribers-only content

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    MURDER OF TWO SISTERS NEAR FOLKESTONE. A double murder has been committed near Capel-le-Ferne, a imall village about two miles and a half from Folkestone, on the roadl to Dover, the victims being two young women named Caroline and Subscribers-only content

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    gat.c5i SATEURDAY, APIUaL 16. THE CONGRESS. No material modification has transpired in the state of affairs. The Vienna Gazette has an article in which a general dis- armament is called for, not as a preliminary condition, but as a Subscribers-only content

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    ACCIDENTS AND OCCURRENCES. MURDER OF A WOMAN SEVENTY YEARS OF AGE.-A most painful degree of excitement at present pervades the district of the Clydack Iron Works, near Abergavenny, Monmonthshire, in consequence of the discovery a day or two since Subscribers-only content

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    COMMERCE. HOME. CoiooLs opened on Monday at 93., and closed yesterday at 93J to a, There was little feature of interest with regard to the business negotiated, the transactions, especially on speculative account, being still condcted on an extremely Subscribers-only content

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    THE POLITICAL EXAMINER. If I might give a short hint to an impartial writer it wouild be to tell him his fate. If he resolved to venture upon the dangerous precipice of telling unbiassed truth let him proclaim war Subscribers-only content

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    CURRENT EVENTS. [A mark (*) is attached to the Events discussed or more fully narrated in this week's ExA itsee.] AMERICA: FOREIGN. July 28.-Thc St Louis Democrat asserts that the Government lhas received information that several thousand persons, including Subscribers-only content

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    GERMANY AND DENMARK. I Ta21 Peace Conferwnces. Faedrelandet of the 10th says : " The conclusion of peace is near at hand, Denmark having consented to fix at a round sum of 9,000,000 rigsdalers the share which the Duchies Subscribers-only content

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    CURRENT EVENTS. [A mark (a) is attached to the Events discussed or more fully narrated in this week's EXAMsINEn.] AMERICAZ FOREIGN. Oct. 17.-At a convention of the Governors of the Confederate States, at Augusta, Georgia, it was unanimously resolved Subscribers-only content

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    DENMIARK. The Berlingske Tidende of Dec. 30 contains the project of the new Constitution for Denmark, which, in its essential points, resembles the fundamental law of June 5, 1849. ''he Constitution consists of ninety- eight articles, of which the Subscribers-only content

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