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Thebank notes and cheques io the value of £ 7,866.7d.,stolen from ihe clerk of Messi?. Sirahan Pau, and Co., in February lust, have been sent buck to the banking house, in a parlel, con- taining the idenU notes and cheques, with the exception of one country bank no e of 15. More
January 1, 1848 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
LONDON MA RKET8, '

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LONDON MA RKET8, CORN EXCHANGE, MARK-LANE, MONDAY, JAN. 31. We have had a very rapid th?w since Saturday, and the ict and snow have entirely disappeared. This morning we had fall of rain, snow, and sleet, with the wind northerly. The show of wheat fresh up by land-carriage sample
February 5, 1848 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
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Bristol and Newport Steam Packets, THE SWIFT AND USK, ARE INTENDED TO pi.Y DAILY DURING THE Ensuing Week between BRISTOL and NEWPORT, as follows From the Hotwelh, Bristol. From Newport. morn. after. morn, after. 5, Saturday 101 0 I 5, Saturday 8 0 7, Monday 12 0 I 7, Monday 10 0
June 5, 1847 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
ALLEGED MURDER IN BRISTOL'.ON TUESDAY.

ALLEGED MURDER IN BRISTOL'.ON TUESDAY.

The neighbourhood of the Hotwell-roaf\ was greatly alarmed on fuesday evening by a report that a woman living in Limekiln- lane had been murdered by her hu-lIand. On enquiry it was found that there was too much ground for the report, the facts being we believe as follow. On Wedn
June 5, 1847 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
TAFF VALE RAILWAY TRAFFIC,

TAFF VALE RAILWAY TRAFFIC,

For the week ending May 29, 1847. Passengers "4 JJ* General Merchandise 238 4 9 W.CoffinaudCo 134 7 4 ( Llancaiach Branch..177 18 0 ) Ihos. PowelU Aberdare Ditto 33 1 2 J 240 19 4 ( Llantwitt ditto 30 0 2; 62 18 11 Dowlais Co 297 17 4 5 8 2 45 5 3 T, W. Booker and Co. 9 12 7 Joh
June 5, 1847 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
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An Account of Iron brought down the Tram-road from the 1st to the 11th Dec., and Canal from 4th to 11th Dec. Tram-road. Canal. IRON. í TONS CWT. TONS. CWT. Tredegar Iron Company 82 7 Ebbw'Vale Company 1095 15 Rhymney Iron Company G26 6 Cruttwell, Allies, & CO 335 1 2139 8 2110 15
December 18, 1847 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
PONTYPOOL.  .I..,IYle

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PONTYPOOL. LECTURE ON THE SIGNS awn DUTIES OF THE TIMES.—Thes< f v popular and talented lectures are, for the present, drawing tfl a close. The lecture this week was delivered by that age^j ')0i patriarch, the Rev. David D. Evans, of Ponthydyrun, on "Th duty of bringing Christian
December 18, 1847 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
TOWN-HALL, ABERQAVENNY-WEDNESDAV, DEC. 17.

TOWN-HALL, ABERQAVENNY-WEDNESDAV, DEC. 17.

Present,—Hon. W. P. Rodney, and Rev. W. Powell, B I) Vicar. David Watkins, of Llanfurrain parish, was charged by Mar- garet Jones with refusing to support her female child. After rather a long examination, the defendant was requested to par *week"10 »°th" f"»» Margaret WiUianis
December 20, 1845 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
LONDON MARKETS.  ........

LONDON MARKETS. ........

LONDON MARKETS. MARK-LANE, MONDAY, DEC. 15. We have had large supplies of wheat since this day week, which, with the unsettled state of the trade, in consequence of the ministerial crisis, have further depressed the market and we note to-day a declIne of 2s. to 3s. per qr. on Eng
December 20, 1845 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
";;-..,,....-------. MURDER OF FOUR CHILDREN AT BATH, BY THEIR MOTHER, AND SUICIDE OF THE MURDERESS.

";;-..,,....-------. MURDER OF FOUR CHILDREN AT BATH, BY THEIR MOTHER, AND SUICIDE OF THE MURDERESS.

MURDER OF FOUR CHILDREN AT BATH, BY THEIR MOTHER, AND SUICIDE OF THE MURDERESS. [We last week briefly stated that the above horrible mur- ders had been committed. The following are the details.] The above appalling circumstance took place on Tuesday week, and has naturally create
December 18, 1847 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales