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Newport, Abergavenny, and Hereford.

Newport, Abergavenny, and Hereford.

From PONTYPOOL ROAD for NEWPORT, 9 30,12 0, 1 50t 4 18, 6 55, 8 20. Sundays 10 32, 7 5. From PONTYPOOL ROAD for tp-Stations & HEREFORD, at 8 21, 11 35, 3 23, 6 53.f Sundays 10 25, 5 55. All Ist, 2nd, and 3rd Class, except those marked t
December 31, 1859 - Pontypool Free Press - Pontypool, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
Newport, Ebbw Vale, and Nantyglo.

Newport, Ebbw Vale, and Nantyglo.

.FZ-OOTDOCK-STIIEET,NEWPORT,/ORNANTYGLOand inter- mediate Stations, at 7 0, 12 0, 5 30. Sundays: 8 30, and 5 15. From NANTYGLO, 8 45, 2 15, 7 20; and OIL Sundays, at 10 25 and 7 5. From ABERBEEG JUNCTION for EBBW VALE, at 8 9, 1 13, 6 44; and on Sundays, at 9 46, and 6 26. From
December 31, 1859 - Pontypool Free Press - Pontypool, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
Coreford7 Monmouth, Usk, and Pontypool.

Coreford7 Monmouth, Usk, and Pontypool.

WEEK DAYS, SUNDAYS. la. m. a. m.ip. m. p. m.ip. m.ta. m.jp. m. Pontypool Road 9 30 11 35| S 20 6 53110 2o\ 5 5$ Little Mill ) .arrive 9 45jll 42! 3 31 7 0510 33j 6 3 Junction j departllO 5| 4 15| 7 26*10 40 7 5 Junction j departllO 5| j 4 15| 7 26*10 40 7 5 Usk arrivejlO 20) 4 2
December 31, 1859 - Pontypool Free Press - Pontypool, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
I THE IRISH JINTLEMAN AND THE LORD MAYOR.

I THE IRISH JINTLEMAN AND THE LORD MAYOR.

THE IRISH JINTLEMAN AND THE LORD MAYOR. At the London Mansion-house Francis Mulhenne was charged with assaulting Timothy Collins. The prisoner, as he stood at the bar, shook and shivered, as if suffering palsy, and was attired in a coat and trousers which hung about in tatters, a
December 31, 1859 - Pontypool Free Press - Pontypool, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
--_-____---A CURIOUS CASE OF FRAUD.|

--_-____---A CURIOUS CASE OF FRAUD.|

A CURIOUS CASE OF FRAUD. The Dundee papers report the case of Paton v. Go wans, just decided in the Dundee Sheriff Court. The particulars are as follows I- Margaret Paton and Andrew Gowans were fellow- servants on a farm, at the Murroes during 1856, and they fell in love with eac
December 31, 1859 - Pontypool Free Press - Pontypool, Monmouthshire, Wales
 

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1  ---A GLANCE AT FOREICN AFFAIRS.

1 ---A GLANCE AT FOREICN AFFAIRS.

A GLANCE AT FOREICN AFFAIRS. tthe Proprietor of this paper does not necessarily identify himself with the opinions here expressed.] There are no matters of striking importance in the foreign intelligence of the day. The prevailing topic continues to be the imperial policy of Fran
December 31, 1859 - Pontypool Free Press - Pontypool, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
JE::-----FOREIGN ITEMS.

JE::-----FOREIGN ITEMS.

FOREIGN ITEMS. A letter from Lyons announces that a sentinel was found dead of cold in his sentry-box on Thursday night in last week. Several persons have perished in the snow in the mountains of DauphinS, where they imprudently ventured in game. Two boys, of eight and ten years
December 31, 1859 - Pontypool Free Press - Pontypool, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
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THE ARMY OF MOROCCO.—It is scarcely possi- ble that either France or Spain can contemplate the conquest of the entire Empire of Morocco, as the result of the present impending crisis, the superficial extent of the territory being 219,420 square miles, and the f population nearly
December 31, 1859 - Pontypool Free Press - Pontypool, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
RAILWAY COMPENSATION.

RAILWAY COMPENSATION.

At the Liverpool assizes, the case of Davy v. the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company was tried. It was an action to recover damages for injuries sustained by the plaintiff while travelling on the defen- dants' railway, from the alleged negligence of the defendants. It appe
December 31, 1859 - Pontypool Free Press - Pontypool, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
ENGLAND SIXTY YEARS AGO!

ENGLAND SIXTY YEARS AGO!

What would be thought now if the Times (says the leviathan) were to announce that the Bank of England had no more money, that it was making payments in sixpences to gain time, that cash payments were sus- pended altogether, that the Channel Fleet had mu- tinied, that the Mediter
December 31, 1859 - Pontypool Free Press - Pontypool, Monmouthshire, Wales