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13 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

-----THE IRISH FISHERIES.…

DUTY OF VOLUNTEERS IN TIMES…

.A YANKEE STORY.

SCOTTISH ANECDOTES.

A CHARGE OF MANSLAUGHTER.

THE CATTLE PLAGUE. , --

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Dyfynnu
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THE CATTLE PLAGUE. A Supplement to the London Gazette of Friday contains three orders of the Privy Council relative to the cattle plague. One directs that from and after the 10th of June, 1867, cattle exposed for sale in any market, for the time being so licensed for the sale of cattle for imme- diate slaughter, may be kept alive for the period of six days after exposure in any such market, and no longer, and no such cattle shall be exposed for sale in any such market a second time that this Order shah be construed in like manner as the Order of the 24th day of March, 1866, that all the provisions therein con tained relative to the offences for the contravention thereof, and the penalty for the same and otherwise now in force, except so far as they may be inconsistent with anything therein contained, shall be applied to it, and that these provisions shall also apply to sheep and lambs. The second Order directs that from and aftei the 7th inst. the Order of the 18th of September last, relative to sheep and ambs in the county of Chester and the counties of cities and boroughs therein contained, shall be rescinded, and be no longer of force: or validity, except in respect of any matter or thing commenced under it and not com pleted, or of any offence committed in contraventior thereof, and not yet punished. The third Order directs that on and after the 7t inst. cattle sold in the Liverpool cattle-market until tk- 31st day of July next, may be moved from. the sfei* market to any siaughter-honse in the towns of Black burn, Bolton, Bury, Rochdale, Warrington, anJ Wigan, in the county of Lancaster, and n the town ship of Birkenhead, in the county of Chester, to be there immediately slaughtered under the regulation enforced by the local authorities. 0

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IA NOVEL STRIKE.

THE WORKING MEN AT THE PARIS…

THE GOVERNMENT AND THE ARTISANS.

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