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TIIE CHOLERA.

TIIE CHOLERA.

LONDON.—DEATH OF A WHOLE FAMILY FROM Gibson, aged 33, Maria Gibson, aged 37, Sarah Gibson, aged 67, and John Gibson, aged 69, have died from Asiatic cholera in Gillham's-court, Paradisestreet, Rotherhithe. The deceased persons were in good health until Tuesday, when the son, Hen
July 11, 1849 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Steam Communication between Swansea and :Bristol.

Steam Communication between Swansea and :Bristol.

HE fast-going Steam-pnekets ,Fr r , COUNTY OF PEMBROKE, Al i WA!. ROSE, Commander; and LORD 4. , BERESFORD, konEwr DAvis,Com_‘',„7".46,,- .-..„„ • - rounder, ore intended to sail as follows during the month of July, 1819. From SWANSEA. I From BRISTOL. Cousty of Pembroke, Saturda
July 11, 1849 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
VOL. 11.-NO. XCVIIii

VOL. 11.-NO. XCVIIii

flying in terror of their lives, without baggage or impediment, had proved too fleet for him—they had ascended the passes, and got beyond his reach before he could approach within twenty miles of them. The gates of Peshawur had been shut against them, but they burnt the cantonme
May 30, 1849 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
AND SOUTH WALES FREE PRESS.

AND SOUTH WALES FREE PRESS.

SWANSEA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1849. TROWSERS—contlnued. Drab Cassimera from 0 10 Whde Cantoons and Drills.. from 0 4 Strong Moleskins .. • • .. .. from 0 2 Ditto, lined to the bottom .. • • .. .. from 0 4 Strong Cord from 0 4 Strong Moleskin, very stout, and .de pocket .. 0 5 Wais
May 30, 1849 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Steam Communication between Sleuth and THE 1 INE NEW IRON SCREW STEAMER, \\l \ NEATZI .8.11117:17, Gil Horse Power, JOHN

Steam Communication between Sleuth and THE 1 INE NEW IRON SCREW STEAMER, \\l \ NEATZI .8.11117:17, Gil Horse Power, JOHN

WILLIAMS, Cogsranorn, Will take in Goods on the Back, and is intended to Sail as follows during the month'of MAY, 1n49, wind, weather, and water permitting (with liberty to tow): — From Muth. FromßalAurstßasin,Bristol Monday,April3o...l2 noon I Wednesday, May I 2 moin Thursday,
May 30, 1849 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
FLOATING THE TOWN REACH..

FLOATING THE TOWN REACH..

Mr. Abernethy, the engineer employed by the Swansea Harbour Trustees, and who has the confidence of the Tidal harbour Commissioners, inspected the port of Swansea, on Frid dy, Saturday, and Monday last, with a view to such modifications of his plan as will bring the construction
May 30, 1849 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
EIV.T.D.NSEA ELND r: I OD.

EIV.T.D.NSEA ELND r: I OD.

NEw POST-OrricE.—We understand that the Post-Office surveyor, Charles Rideout, Esq., is shortly expected in Swansea, to confer with the Town Council on the subject of building a new Post-orti , e. In the nountime a temporary remotal of the Post-office to Fisher-sr., the nearest
May 30, 1849 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SWANSEA. PETTY SESSIONS.

SWANSEA. PETTY SESSIONS.

SWANSEA . PETTY SESSIONS. These sessions were held on Tuesday last, before T. Edw. Thomas, Esq., and the Rev. S. Davies. A baker named Jonas., awl a person named John Brunt, were charred with disorderly conduct in the street. Diselm rfred on pnyinT is. costs. i:rilfthx, farmer, G
May 30, 1849 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
KNOWLEDGE IS POWER. We read of the giants of old, What wondr -us men they were, So shaggy and rough

KNOWLEDGE IS POWER. We read of the giants of old, What wondr -us men they were, So shaggy and rough

and bold, So mighty to lift and bear; How easy to them a task Which the strongest would not dare: How they lifted on high their Dully foes, And dashed them to the ground, And how, beneath their crushing blows, The warriors fell around : And we sigh to think that no sneh strength
May 30, 1849 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
RAILWAYS.

RAILWAYS.

It is said that Mr. Fraelich, the engineer to the navy-yard at Washington, has invented a self-acting apparatus to prevent collisions on railways. Two trains meeting at full speed are prevented by this application from coming in contact, without the help of either engineer or fi
May 30, 1849 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales