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The Swindon and Highworth Railway Bill waa read third time in the House of Commons on Thursday. The Marchioness of

The Swindon and Highworth Railway Bill waa read third time in the House of Commons on Thursday. The Marchioness of

Waterford gave birth to a son and heir on Wednesday. Her ladyship, who is daughter of the Duke of Beaufort, was married July last Asia Minor Famine Fund.—The sum of £21 13a. 3d. was collected in Clifton parish church Sunday morning last for thi* object, making a total of £401 Bs
May 1, 1875 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE LABOUR BTRUOOLK IN SOUTH WALKS.

THE LABOUR BTRUOOLK IN SOUTH WALKS.

notice* wer* posted it all th* pits COLUBBT. lAt a meeting the Monmouthshire aad Sooth Wale, g*™ Asauctation, held the Royal hotel, Cardiff, , , April. 1875, it wau raaolved"That the ■■■' 1 th* collierie* in aseooiation b* opened (or work i* *»?">■ th* instant, at redaction of 1
May 1, 1875 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE WILFUL MURDER AT CARDIFF.

THE WILFUL MURDER AT CARDIFF.

At the Borough Police-oourt before the Mayor ami Mr. K. O. J ohm, George Kichardi. pilot, a cbargcd with the wilful murder of wife, ( Mary Janu Hichards, the March last, 200, t Uuteroad, Cardiff. prisoner, who still appeared in very weak state, was brought from fnol in cab and h
May 1, 1875 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Parliamentary Intelligence.

Parliamentary Intelligence.

nOUSE OF CO\iMONS—MONDAY. answer to the Marqais Hartington, Mr. Dibsaiu laid '.t was » f» that her Majesty's (•overamj-nt had mail, » representation to tbs Government the Emperor „( Germany respecting the existing relations bft*m and France. The nature ol "presentation was to co
May 29, 1875 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
AXBRIDGE.

AXBRIDGE.

Petty Session, Monday.—(Before Joseph Wollen, Esq., chairman. Col Luttrell, Major Law, Rev. J. A. Yatman, and Chas. Edwards, Esq.)— John Long, late of Weston■uper-Mare, was brought up under warrant charging him with having deserted his wife and two children, at Westonsuper-Mare,
May 29, 1875 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
TAUNTON.

TAUNTON.

Romantic Cask or Assault.—On Wednesday, the Taunton Petty Session. Harry Quick, horse-breaker, of North-town, and James Langford, an assistant one of the leading local dentists,,were cnarged with unlawfully assaulting Thomas Marks, a'master wheelwright, living in Northstreet, on
May 29, 1875 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BRISTOL CATHEDRAL.

BRISTOL CATHEDRAL.

•BUT 00DU1 (EBVrCU AND tmiM. CM. Mora.—Onseley In K_.... Pralae, 0 Slon—Naomann. Dm. Ouaeley _.... O, Praise Ood—Weldon. San. Mora.—Arnold In I) Hymn 370. lih.-H. K. 'lurle InD how imUUI-Wtilqr. Hymn 195. Hon. Mora.—ChlM In M.... Almighty—Ooes. Bven.—Child In K M.... We will ri-
May 29, 1875 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
EPSOM RACES-FRIDAY.

EPSOM RACES-FRIDAY.

THE OAKS. The Oakr Stakkh of sots, each, h. ft., for three-year-old l b e ch; the second receives sots., and haJf 128 subs"' 0111 "takes. About one mile and Spinaway (F. Archer) 1 ladylove (Constable) 2 Sister to Musket (T. Chaloner) 3 _ ... , Beven ran. Betting—6 to 4 agst Spin
May 29, 1875 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
The Alleged Murder at Bath.—Sarah Jone°, 31 pears of age, respectably connected, who was committed the Taunton Gaol on the

The Alleged Murder at Bath.—Sarah Jone°, 31 pears of age, respectably connected, who was committed the Taunton Gaol on the

19th of April last for trial on the charge of murdering her own child, at Bath, by neglect and starvation, died daring Tuesday night last. Since her admission the prison she had been in a delicate state of health. of St. Michael.—The Rev. Canon Knight has finally resigned the re
May 22, 1875 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
It announced that Lady Llanover will remain 1 Monmouthshire for some weeks longer. Her ladyship, although convalescent, has not recovered

It announced that Lady Llanover will remain 1 Monmouthshire for some weeks longer. Her ladyship, although convalescent, has not recovered

the strength which she lost during her severe illness the winter. The Wrexham Eisteddfod Gorsedd.—The great Eisteddfod Gorsedd was opened on Monday, at Wrexham. The weather was beautifully fine, and thousands of persons attended the ancient ceremony. A long procession of bards,
May 22, 1875 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England