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SOUTH WALES RAILWAY TIME.

SOUTH WALES RAILWAY TIME.

Greenwich time is kept at all the Stations on this Railway. DOWN TRAINS. WEEK DAYS. I SUNDAYS. Ist2d 1st &|Exp. Day 1st & Mail, listed ist & Mail Starting FROM &3rd 2nd Ilst2d Mail. 2nd Ist2nd & 3rd 2nd Ist2nd class, class.[class. l.2cls'class, class, class,;class. class. A.M. A
October 17, 1851 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
ITHE PROTECTIONIST REBELLION.

ITHE PROTECTIONIST REBELLION.

THE PROTECTIONIST REBELLION. The country has not oftener been ruined (frequent as that catastrophe has been) than it has been threatened with rebellion. When the Catholic disabilities were swept away, the champions of the Piotestant ascendancy rsised the ( ry, e, To your tents, I
May 18, 1850 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
G R E E N PEA" SOUP.

G R E E N PEA" SOUP.

AIR-" The Ivy Green." OH a splendid Soup is the true Pea Green I for it often call; And up it comes in a smart tureen, When I dine in my banquet hall. When a leg of mutton at home is boiled, The liquor I always keep, And in that liquor (before 'tis spoiled) A peck of peas I stee
March 19, 1852 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
TOWN-HALL, NEWP() RT.—SATURDAY. COUNTY POLTCE.

TOWN-HALL, NEWP() RT.—SATURDAY. COUNTY POLTCE.

(Magistrates: The Rev. THOMAS POPE, Chairman the Rev. CHANCELLOR WILLIAMS and THOMAS GRATREX, Esq.] NEWPORT.—John Hayes, a deserter from the Royal .Navy. was handed over to the custody of the warrant officer at the rendezvous. MAINDEE.—A license was applied for on behalf of Mr.
November 12, 1859 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
"BIIIST O L EYE HOSPITAL.

"BIIIST O L EYE HOSPITAL.

LOWER MAUDLIN STREET. Admission Days-Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday from Half-past Eleven to One. Number of Patients attending this Week 176 Fresh Cases. 26 Surgeon-Dr. BARTLEY.
November 12, 1859 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
fABERGAVENNY.

fABERGAVENNY.

f ABERGAVENNY. AGRICULTURAL MEETING. Next to the meeting of the Welsh Smithfield," the great agricultural gathering instituted at Tredegar by that public benefactor, Ivor Had," (the :ate Sir Charles Morgan, Bart., and father of the present Lord Tredegar), the Ab. rgavenny Associa
November 12, 1859 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
- MEBTHYR.

- MEBTHYR.

MEBTHYR. LITEHAIIY INSTITUTION.— A soiree in connection with the institution took place on Wednesday evening, in Bridae-street R .oms. The programme for the evening included refreshments dancing, music, and recitations. A vote of thanks to Dr. James, and the performance of the Na
November 12, 1859 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
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THE STBHCB.—The number of men who bad resumed work under the declaration up to Saturday, the 5th inst* was 13,320; under shop yule, about 3,000. IFhe colD" mitfea at its rising adjourned1 for a month. A GOLDEN WINDFALL.—The largest nntjgefc of amalgamated gold ever produced' has
November 12, 1859 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
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NEWPORT, SATURDAY. DEC. 25, 1858. ÕNCE more has that season of the year returned when our labours are relieved by the gratification we feel in wishing our readers of every class a MfiSttY CHRISTMAS. Time, while it. has swept away many of our old holidays and institutions, has pre
December 25, 1858 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
Family Notices

Family Notices

BRISTOL BANKRUPTCY COURT.-M ¡NDAY (Before Mr. COMMISSIONER HILL ) Re R. H. Hamlin, Cardiff,\ tanner.—The petition in this case was superseded. Rc John Burbidge, Bristol, newspaper proprietor.—This was a certificate meeting. It was stated that there was no opposition on the part o
December 25, 1858 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales