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TROUT FISHING IN NORTH WALES.

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DENBIGHSHIRE ASSIZES.

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CORN, ttc.

CATTLE.

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REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN…

THE WELSH IRON, TIN-PLATE,…

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THE WELSH IRON, TIN-PLATE, AND COAL TRADES While complaints are freely circulated in and about other iron-making centres of the continued quietude in the iron trade, it is very satisfactory to find that the depres- sion is but little, if at all felt in this district. At most of the Welsh works not only is the usual activity evinced, but at some of them preparations ate being made for the em- ployment of additional hands, and extending operations. From this, then, it is clear that makers are well placed for contracts for some time to come, and, further, that they anticipate an increased demand upon their productive capacity. This briskness is chiefly confined to the manu- facture of railway material, which is the great forte of the works of the district. Although the orders from Russia have not reached this country to the extent, or so early, as was generally anticipated, some of the large works here have had consigned to them two or three important con- tracts, the execution of which will keep them going for sometime; and clearances are about commencing to the Northern ports. From all parts of South Wales a healthy and animated state of things is reported. Only a few engagements have yet been entered into on home account, but it is believed that the railway companies must soon now embark in more extensive speculations, as they can have no object in withholding orders any longer. Makers, therefore, look upon this as a good and sure source of employment while the foreign demand is matu- ring. In any other descriptions than railway iron it cannot be said that there is much doing. In the tin-plate trade there is increasing firmness. At the works employment is much more regular and ani- mated than has been the case for some time past. With the price of tin advancing, makers will use every effort to establish higher prices for plates, and with every prospect of success, as the American demand is increasing. In connection with the steam coal trade there is little- fresh to report. Proprietors continue to keep their pita regularly employed, and clearances to the Mediterranean and South American ports are carried on as rapidly as possible. At some of the ports merchants complain of a want of shipping accommodation. The opinion is be- coming more and more general that no strike will be resorted to, but that the men will accept the advance on the 1st of May next. In house qualities, on coasting- account, there is a slightly improved inquiry.

IMPORTANT LETTER FROM THE…

A ROYAL VISIT TO MERIONETHSHIRE.

|FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

TRAFFIC RETURNS.

THE TRIAL OF PIERRE BONAPARTE.

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RUNS WITH SIR WATKIN'S HOUNDS.