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IMERTHYR POLICE.

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BRECONSHIRE.

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BRECONSHIRE. The Lord Chief Justice of the Court of Com- mon Pleas, has appointed the following gentlemen per- petual cftmmissioners for taking the acknowledg- ments of deeds to be executed by married women, under the statute 3 and 4 William IV. c. 74, Sec. 81, in and for the county of Brecoii.-Brecknock, Samuel Church, John PoWf||, and Philip Vaughan.-Crich- howell, George Augustus Apreece Davies, and Chas. Gabell.-Hay, William Higgins, and James Spencer. CAUTION.-Tlie- keeper of a beer house residing within a short distance of the town of Brecon, was on Thursday the 2d. January filled in 40s. and costs, for drawing beer after 10 o'clock on the night of the 24th of December. On Saturday last, an inhabitant of Brecon was fined 51. and 11. 88 6d. costs, for purchasing a pair of boots of a soldier. On Monday last, a constable at Brecon was fined in 10s. for neglect of duty, and on the same day a man, named PrPbert, was fined 5s. for being drunk and disorderly on the previous Sabbath day We regret to tind that the scarlet fever is raging at Brecon, and that it has in several cases proved fatal. Last week a fine boy, 9 years old, son of Mr. Griffiths, builder, of the Watton, died; and on Wed- nesday last, an amiable little girl, the eldest daugh- ter of M. Morgau, postmaster, was deprived of life by this awful disease. Many others are now lyiug in a very dangerous state. On Wednesday week, theWelsh Baptist chapel at Watergate, Brecknock, was opened for public worship. BALL AT THE HAY.—The first ball this season at the Swan Hotel, in the town cf Hay, which commenced on the 27th ult. was attended by nume- rous assemblage of the most respectable families in the neighbourhood. Amongst the company pre- sent were Viscount Hereford, the Honourable Mr. and Miss Devereux, Lady Cornewall, Lloyd Vaughan Watkins, Esq. M.P. and Lady, Captain, and the Hon. Mrs. Stretton, Walter Wilkins, Esq. and Lady, Mrs. C. Stretton, &c. &c. &c. Mr. Jones's Quadrille Band from Hereford attended on this occasion, and the dancing was kept up with great spirit till a late hour the following morning. The supper, consisting of every delicacy of the season, was got up by Mrs. Spilman in her usual good style. The next Ball, at which Lady Cornewall will preside as Patroness, and Lord Hereford as Presi- dent, is fixed for the 22d instant.-I-.lereford Jour.

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