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AN INDIAN WILL CASE.

AN INDIAN WILL CASE.

A strange suit of disputed tstamentary succession has been commenced in Bengal, the estate claimed being worth, it is said, .t 40,000 a year. The claimant is a Christian convert, the only son of • highly respected and prosperous Bengalee Brahmin, the Baboo Pro,unno Comer Tesoro,
07 November 1868 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
THE CHARGE Or 13110077210 AT FOUR

THE CHARGE Or 13110077210 AT FOUR

THE CHARGE Or AT FOUR CHILDREN. At the Leicester adjourned borough semitone, before Mr. C. G. Merrewether, Charles Mitchell, 1 (1, boatman, was charged with maliciously shootiog. at Edwin Brown, aged 12. on the Ist October. It will bi remembered that the children of the Wesleyan
07 November 1868 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
NATURALISATION TREATIES.

NATURALISATION TREATIES.

The protocol relating to the rights of naturalised citimns, which our Minister to England has concluded with the British Government. is supposed to lie airier to the treaties which fdr. Bencrott recently negotiated with the German Governments. The main feature these treaties, it
07 November 1868 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
AN HISTORICAL EDIFICE.

AN HISTORICAL EDIFICE.

Passengers in St. James's•park may have lately observed some workmen employed in the demolition of an ngly locking chapel not far from the Indiainflice. This Wince formed part of a mansion, now the ogi.-e of the London recruiting district, which formerly was the residence of the
07 November 1868 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
pressed it so strongly upon him, he thought he could not resist. He then called upon Mr. Hugh Powel Price

pressed it so strongly upon him, he thought he could not resist. He then called upon Mr. Hugh Powel Price

to address the meeting, who upon rising was greeted with loud and prolonged cheers. He drew attention to the failure and shortcomings of the Irish church both as an establishment and as a missionary church, and his conclusion therefore was that it should be disestablished. (Chee
07 November 1868 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
THE BRECON COUNTY TIMES, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1868.

THE BRECON COUNTY TIMES, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1868.

neglect of his fellow servant—neither one nor more of them. A case had arisen in that locality, and been decided in the superior court, with *hie!. His Honour was no doubt familiar—that of Morgan v. The Vale of Neath Railway Company. It was argued before six judges, and the law,
07 November 1868 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE.

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE.

DEVYNOCK. PETTY SESSIONS, THURSDAY, Devout 29, before Captain Davin Jones and JAMES POWELL, Esq. Doo Cases.—Twenty-seren farmers in the neigh. bourhood were summoned by the Commissioners of Inland Revenue for keeping dogs without a license. Most of the defendants, in reply to th
07 November 1868 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
aLNra UPON GALCDONING.

aLNra UPON GALCDONING.

GARDEN —We shall surely submit rigours of whiter with more complaiancy this year we have enjoyed a long and a brilliant seminar 'thee has been one of the most fruitful known in the of any among this gimeration. From this time it in the gardener's duty to take advantage of every
07 November 1868 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
AND ADVERTISER FOR THE COUNTIES OF BRECON, RADNOR, CA.RMARTILEN, CARDIGAN, GLAMORGAN, MONTGOMERY, MONMOUTH, & HEREFORD. VoL. 11, No. 70. SATURDAY,

AND ADVERTISER FOR THE COUNTIES OF BRECON, RADNOR, CA.RMARTILEN, CARDIGAN, GLAMORGAN, MONTGOMERY, MONMOUTH, & HEREFORD. VoL. 11, No. 70. SATURDAY,

AUGUST 31, 1867. PRICE, UNSTAMPED, 2d.. SALE THIS DAY. HAY. SELECT ARTICLES PREPARED and SOI.D by JOHN L. DAVIES. PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST. BRECON RACES, Wel. • SUBSCRIBERS to the BRECON RACE FUND are requested to pay their SUBSCRIPTIONS to Ma. Blume, the Honorary Secretary, on or
31 August 1867 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
COACH SERVICE

COACH SERVICE

BETWEEN DEFYNOCK AND LLANDOVERY. RM. JONES, of the Camden Arms . Hotel, Treeastle, begs respectfully to inform the Public that he has taken the Castle Hotel Company's Coach and Horses, which he will continue to run, fur the convenience of Passengers, between Dtrynock Station, on
31 August 1867 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales