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11 EXICO.

11 EXICO.

A dinette likely to be attended with consequences has broken out between the authorities of 3lesieu and the Brash consul. The particulars are concisely seated in the ° fullewiag :—A grand ball and fife given at tie an the I lth of September in conmeeronition of • battle faught a
November 17, 1843 - Carmarthen Journal - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
Markets. Nor. 13. 1 At this day'• market there was only • moderate show of Foglia the el bee" they

Markets. Nor. 13. 1 At this day'• market there was only • moderate show of Foglia the el bee" they

este more ready sale at leMy this terms if this day Were to any impromamet la mew it deamedlst reesige. is which sway Mail sales task place at err mums mt. H•vin aa supply of the Arre making im eties did eapport late rate; daerriptioes are IL Mak 4.41 and rather damper; Maus in
November 17, 1843 - Carmarthen Journal - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
THE 6ARMARTHEN JOURNAL) AND WEEKLY ADVERTISER FOR THE PRINCIPALITY.

THE 6ARMARTHEN JOURNAL) AND WEEKLY ADVERTISER FOR THE PRINCIPALITY.

PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THE PROPRIETOR, WILLIAM EVANS, AT HIS GENERAL PRINTING-OFFICE. IN GUILDHALL-SQUARE. FRIDAY. JANUARY 13, 1843. Ile bun* he year a the lee Illsobay, wer• psbsirt slice brew dhow{ bed • Mir, his he awls so he phi of he wirierwriser. Sone News et a hr the py
January 13, 1843 - Carmarthen Journal - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
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January 13, 1843 - Carmarthen Journal - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
A *nail the storm al Beresomh. Early ease the Edon a brig is Ureter, amid to thie Wassesssl at the

A *nail the storm al Beresomh. Early ease the Edon a brig is Ureter, amid to thie Wassesssl at the

if ths vies, with • eined fee a per. II toe well NI ad as band all the lan tots she wader weigh, but, hong sesbie to Wept ea Ni. the hirboor, tloy out to eel. the vial nand ad d IN, a lbws to run fur the buck. Al l In the ithelletielb she *nth es share Wu Meth all the hr. site l
January 13, 1843 - Carmarthen Journal - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
GUILDHALL.

GUILDHALL.

On Thursday, James Berea ford, who keeps a little news-vender's stall at the corner of Lombard-avert, in Fleet-street, was charged with having cut his wife's throat. Thomas Haya4,a patrol of St. Dunstan s, on Wednesday evening, met Mrs. Beresford iu Fleet-sin et, walking with an
September 21, 1832 - Carmarthen Journal - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
M 1R1.ROR00011•iTR ELT.

M 1R1.ROR00011•iTR ELT.

M ELT. THE Mra. Betsey Brown. a soling laundress, possessing a pair of roguish eyes, and a set of pleasing teatime, charged her lawful spouse (Peter Brown) with having given her a sound thrashing ua the night of Bartholomew Fair. It appean4l that when the parties were lint marrie
September 21, 1832 - Carmarthen Journal - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
THE CARMARTHEN JOURNAL, AND WEEKLY ADVERTISER FOR TUE PANC;II4O.Y. HOUSEBREAKERS.

THE CARMARTHEN JOURNAL, AND WEEKLY ADVERTISER FOR TUE PANC;II4O.Y. HOUSEBREAKERS.

We eittmet the following from an admirable paper ( being one of n series) entitled the "Schoolmaster's Expe rience to Newgate," and which appears in Preser's Megasin for the present month. "Although not the largest body of offenders, the housebreakers are yet a numerous and a fo
November 16, 1832 - Carmarthen Journal - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
With Immediate Posseuilm. THREE excellent newly-erected HOUSES. wit eligibly Ow is Castle-street, Mulford', and well adapted he lisp description; anal

With Immediate Posseuilm. THREE excellent newly-erected HOUSES. wit eligibly Ow is Castle-street, Mulford', and well adapted he lisp description; anal

the Ant door, o 4 in the Swat, a large Slop with win• down, back Parlour, IlLitelwn, Pantry, sod Scullery; no the mead dour, large Marring-room, and 2 Sedwhasabers, with eacelkat Attics, wed spacious Cellars. Par particulars, (if by letter, postage paid.) apply to Mr. W. Pit Com
July 24, 1835 - Carmarthen Journal - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
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21111 lifilW 11Z110.

TOTHER day wasting Goods. I fßir~ia~katr Waal, Bower sash as sirs{ dor ay a Mora As least of all, bat karat of say. Wbar then ars arse, 1 W Tara' I soar to a Wareham of d Twr Hadar's, awl Quito rough Pariahs Mast b_ rlay, by Rat brad so spired a Trio this awe to As it sires the R
July 24, 1835 - Carmarthen Journal - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales