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MIZILTIITE.

MIZILTIITE.

• Jan. G.—Before H. A. Bruer, Esq. r. INQUESTS.—An inquest was held on Thursday last at the Angel Inn, before Geo. Overton. Esq., coroner, and a respectable jury, on view of the body of Rees Davies, aged six years, who died from injuries which he received on the 2,nd instant, by
January 10, 1849 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
FOREIGN. FlivikNCE.—ln the Assembly, on 1:16, NI. Armand Marrast was re-elected Presid or of the Assembly. by a majority of

FOREIGN. FlivikNCE.—ln the Assembly, on 1:16, NI. Armand Marrast was re-elected Presid or of the Assembly. by a majority of

47? against 221, his coinpetitor being M. Dufaure. It is at last understood to be decided that M. Odilon if Barrot will maintain his position at the head of the cabinet, and will not he put forward as a candidate for the vice-presidency. The statues mentioned as likely to ;! can
January 24, 1849 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Part the Second

Part the Second

Treats of the infirmities and decay of the system produced by over-indulgence a the passions. The existence nervous and sexual debility and incapacity, with their accompanying train of and disorders, are treated by the chain of connecting results to this cause This section is il
January 24, 1849 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
the author is resident in our neighbourhood, and is already known to the world an the author of a successful

the author is resident in our neighbourhood, and is already known to the world an the author of a successful

competitory paper on the ventilation of nines, for which the Telford medal and the Council's premium were awarded to him by the Institution of Civil Engine ra. The immediate occasion of the publication of the work was the melancho:y colliery accident the neighbour- , hood of Nea
January 3, 1849 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
RAILWAY TI

RAILWAY TI

BRII Departures in is 4rrivals at Bristol. London, 7 0 a.m. , ,11 15 a.m. 7 40 a.m.thrd J 2 15 pan. 8 10 a.amexpres 11 0 a.m. 835 llO p.m. 10 45 mai 2 45 p.m. 11 0 a.m.thrtl el. 6 13 p.m 12 40 p.m..— 2 14 p.m. expres 5 0 p.m. 4 0 p.m 8 20 p.m. 6 0 p.m 10 0 p.m. 11 10 pammail ON
January 3, 1849 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MEATUS.

MEATUS.

Jan. 12, at the house of Mr. T. Jones ' grocer, Highstreet, Mrs. Jane Rees, relict of the late Mr. John Rees, of this town, at the advanced age of 91 years. Jan. 20, Jane, only daughter of Herbert Edward Evans, Esq., of Eagle's Rush, near Neath, in the 21st year of her age. Jan.
January 24, 1849 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE FIRST VIOLETS. BY SIR EDWARD BULWER LYTTON. that has loved knows not the tender tale Which flowers reveal when

THE FIRST VIOLETS. BY SIR EDWARD BULWER LYTTON. that has loved knows not the tender tale Which flowers reveal when

lips are to tell ? Whose youth has paused not, dreaming itt the vale, Where the violets dwell LO, when they shrink along the lonely brake, Hader the leafless, melancholy tree; Not yet the cuckoo slugs, giides the snake, Not wild thyme litres the het!! Yet at their sight and scen
January 24, 1849 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MR. COBDEN ON FINANCIAL REFORM.

MR. COBDEN ON FINANCIAL REFORM.

The foilowing is an abstract of the speech of Mr. Cobden, at the great meeting in the ,Free-trade-hall, Manchester, last week : . He had waited three weeks before saying anything in public defence of his letter to the financial reformers of Liverpool ; and he confessed that he h
January 24, 1849 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
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January 24, 1849 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales