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NEWPORT POST TABLE.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TRADE AND REVENUE.

MORE RAILWAY MISMANAGEMENT…

TRUE BENEFACTORS TO IRELAND.

LOCAL ISTELLieUSCE.

ABERGAVENNY.

CHEPSTOW.

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MONMOUTH.

MONMOT JTH AND NEWNHAM CRICKET…

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RE-OPENING OF PANTEAGUE CHURCH.

SALE BY AUCTION AT Rirpf)RT.

VICTORIA.

Newyddion
Dyfynnu
Rhannu

VICTORIA. PRESENTATION OF PLATE TO J.BEAUMONT,ESQ. We have much pleasure at all times, in giving publicity to events which indicate the existence of good and grateful feelings between the working classes and those who are placed in authority over them. Amongst those gentlemen in our manufacturing districts, who carefully and diligently perform the arduous and responsible duties which devolve upon them, as managers of important concerns, and who discharge those duties efficiently; with conciliatory manners, and blaudness of address, so as to command the best exertions in their daily toil, and personal regard from the men, is the late mauager of the ictoria, and present manager of the British Company s works at Abersychan. On Monday, the 2nd of July, a deputation from the inhabitants and workmen of the Victoria Iron Works, headed by Mr. John Jones, of Brynmawr, waited upon James Beaumont, Esq., manager of the British Iron W orks, and presented to him an exceedingly handsome silver tea and coffee service, value fifty guineas, as a mark of their great respect and high esteem. COPY OF THE ADDRESS. DEAR SIR, YV e the undersigned workmen, and inhabi- tants of Victoria, beg your acceptance of this cabinet, contain- ing a silver tea and coftee service; we beg to present it to you as a token of our most sincere regard, and to show that we most gratefully remember your uniform kindness and sympa- thy with us all. We beg that you will accept our best wishes for your health, happiness, and prosperity, and that we may be allowed to subscribe ourselves Your most sincerely attached friends and servants." [Here follows the list of subscribers.] Mr. Beaumont, on receiving the testimonial, expressed to the deputation his grateful acknowledgment of their kind remembrance and esteem. He could not but consider the magnificent present was unmerited; that it was, however, a proud gratification to feel that his conduct, during his resi- dence at Victoria, had won for him the approval of those kind and much-esteemed friends, amongst whom he had passed several happy years, and those, the earliest of his business career. In conclusion, he begged the deputation to convey liis grateful sentiments to his absentVictoria friends,whom he could have desired individually to have thanked. He wished them health of their prosperity under their present kind employers, he did not doubt. Their kindness should ever live in his memory.

USK.

RHYMNEY.

GLAMORGANSHIRE.

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FROM THE LONDON CORRESPONDENT…

FRANCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. r *—

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NEWPORT.

GLAMORGANSHIRE CANAL.

BUTE DOCKS, CARDIFF.

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