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CAMBRIA DAILY LEADRR. VOTIOE.—Thf. terms on which Adver-•-` Memnents are rewired are Cash. TO 01JR. CORRESPONDENTS AND SUPPORTERS.—Hitherto we bare

CAMBRIA DAILY LEADRR. VOTIOE.—Thf. terms on which Adver-•-` Memnents are rewired are Cash. TO 01JR. CORRESPONDENTS AND SUPPORTERS.—Hitherto we bare

not bad =M. meet space to insert msny of the valuable contriba- have reached na from our many zealous friends. We shall, henceforth, be in a position to receive an intends) of correspondence with pleasure. As it kas been irepossible to reply to congratulatory letters separately,
August 20, 1861 - Cambria Daily Leader - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
WiLLIAII ANDREW, and Famishing Itainemager, 89, TTTTT , Sol An Apprentice Wanted. Agent for the Western Commie,. Manor. Ciimpanir. MR.

WiLLIAII ANDREW, and Famishing Itainemager, 89, TTTTT , Sol An Apprentice Wanted. Agent for the Western Commie,. Manor. Ciimpanir. MR.

A. F. BAYNTUN, semis Deaths, 11, 111 ) Swaswea. Atteetleare ether Wednesday, the last Salardav In the manta. WILLIAM. FALLS CHINN, Veterinary Surgeon and Druggist, 242, , SW Homes es to nmusdnees previous to purehase NI ATTHEWS BROTHERS, and COMPANY'S Price Lists of Teas, Family
August 20, 1861 - Cambria Daily Leader - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
NEW I)ItESS FAIIItICS Patterns post free. Barege Anglais in all the New Patterns, Sd to 611 per yard, worth double.

NEW I)ItESS FAIIItICS Patterns post free. Barege Anglais in all the New Patterns, Sd to 611 per yard, worth double.

300 of the New Glace Imperiale, • new and pretty material, 6td. • 800 pieces real Reptant Mohairs, B}4l per yard. Reel Washing Grenadines, Is Old per yard Rich Pekin Foulard Fancies, • For Morning Wear, Is 4d per yard, Axon and Co ' 81 and 82, St. Paul's Churchyard. N SW AND ELE
August 20, 1861 - Cambria Daily Leader - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
PRESENTATION TO MAJOR ORENPELL.

PRESENTATION TO MAJOR ORENPELL.

Os Saturday the elle-% norpoosausisdosed sad privates of the Ibth Ohmairgasshire Rills Volunteers, a yressenslien to their Major, in hest at his residenee, The testimonial otweietad of a eilver•hilleil sword, with highlyenhoessot blade, silver lace, de., the sword the Mowing iss
June 17, 1861 - Cambria Daily Leader - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
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June 17, 1861 - Cambria Daily Leader - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 

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June 17, 1861 - Cambria Daily Leader - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
I MPERIAL PARL rAMENT.

I MPERIAL PARL rAMENT.

HOUSE OF Witaii—lhusAy. Tbso Loan Ctlavoca.unt task we sa ilesiedi is. easel. IRON-PLATED VESSELS - ADIMIAL Earl el HARDWIONE wished to melba a bad ems to kb .bworwislem esiweess tw beds ettide seedep H. seined is a daises% d aim sable lie dab leblobvelehl beleelb eseilased es e
June 17, 1861 - Cambria Daily Leader - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
PUB SCIENCE or IRONING. Aak for where Boaz Pow- One pound is equal to newly Two Pounds of any other.

PUB SCIENCE or IRONING. Aak for where Boaz Pow- One pound is equal to newly Two Pounds of any other.

It is the very Starch for Gentlemen's Collars and Cravat., and the most monomicel for largo Washing Einablislintente, Manufacturers, Heathen, Hot•Preeeers rinishen ; and m the Imo cannot stick, very =Vof Embroidery, Lace, and Muslin. be i u without fear of tearing. Used by Her M
June 17, 1861 - Cambria Daily Leader - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

We would remind our numirons Correspondents that their writing has to be deciphered every night by the printers, under the disadvantages of weariness and gas-light, a matter which, in many eases, is rendered exceedingly difilcult by the slovenly manner in which their manuscript
August 15, 1861 - Cambria Daily Leader - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SE 'Lions ASSAULT

SE 'Lions ASSAULT

SE ASSAULT Thomas Mien was charged with having cows 'lidded a very fearful assault on William Leonard. It that the prisoner and prosecutor the same home, kept by a man of the name of l'atrick Canute, in Tyndal-streets They qnarelled op stairs, and • ensued, the threw the prosecut
August 15, 1861 - Cambria Daily Leader - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales