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[RAPIIIC NEWS. THE WAR IN DENMARK. The Bombardment of Fredericla. A Copenhagen telegram of March Pays . Part of lor•d•riciiii

[RAPIIIC NEWS. THE WAR IN DENMARK. The Bombardment of Fredericla. A Copenhagen telegram of March Pays . Part of lor•d•riciiii

has been set on fire I,y bin. bardment. When summoned to surrender the Commandant of the fortnee refused. According to the latest dates the enemy baa withdrawn oat of range. Withdrawal of the Allies from be Predaricla. A later telegram says :—The commander of Frederioia reports
09 April 1864 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
THE NEWS BUDGET.

THE NEWS BUDGET.

A in the Court. —At the Middlesex Sc,. (liens a lively scene took plan) between Mr. Payne, the presiding judge, and the foreman of the jury, on the „ ti e side, end Mr. Pater, who wan defending a prisoner, OD the other. The foreman objected to the style in which Mr. Pater was ex
09 April 1864 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
DEPOT FOR AMERICAN OVERSHOES, 1, LOWER MARKET STREET, (Opposite the Toon Clerk's Office,) CARMARTHEN. W. 0. MORGAN, Manufacturer of Boots,

DEPOT FOR AMERICAN OVERSHOES, 1, LOWER MARKET STREET, (Opposite the Toon Clerk's Office,) CARMARTHEN. W. 0. MORGAN, Manufacturer of Boots,

Shoes, Aatigropelos, Leggings, Gaiters, Btc., BEMI to return hi+ hest thanks to his numerous patrous for the large support he has received at their hands, and he as+ures them that everything shall be done on his part to merit a continuance of their favours. Gentlemen's Biding an
09 April 1864 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
.A99Art.TINGI A WOMAN.

.A99Art.TINGI A WOMAN.

A WOMAN. On Monday, before the Mayor, John Lewis, and W. de G. Warren, Esqs., Mary Evans charged William Sager with having assaulted her. Complainant said : I am the wife of Owen Evans, labourer, Lammasstreet. About 4 o'clock on Saturday last, the defendant came to our house and
20 February 1864 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
THE cAIIMARTHEN WEEKLY REi)ORTER.—SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1864.

THE cAIIMARTHEN WEEKLY REi)ORTER.—SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1864.

TOWN TALK. readers will understand that we do not hold our. seises responsible for our able Correspondent's opinions. Tim event which has since the 4th of the month formed the chief topic of conversation in general circles has been the opening of Parliament. The circumstance has
20 February 1864 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
After a few

After a few

from Lord Loraine and Sir L Fitzgerald withdrew his amendment. Hie R. Peel obtained leave to bring in a bill for the abolition of vestry ccss in Ireland and Mr. Hunt obtained leave bring in a bill to amend the law relating to election petitions. The army estimates were brought u
20 February 1864 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
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30 October 1869 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
JOHN HOWELL

JOHN HOWELL

RESPECTFULLY Begs to inform the Nobility and Gentry generally that, on and after THURSDAY, the 14th inst., he will be prepared to SHOW a large and varied Assortment of NEW GOODS, in the newest Styles, from the FRENCH and ENGLISH MARKETS. AND IsztAI•TI'DMS. FRENCH and ENGLISH BON
30 October 1869 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
LOCAL INTZLLIGZNCE.

LOCAL INTZLLIGZNCE.

VAGRANCY.—On Tuesday last before W. Garnons Hughes, Esq., two tramps named James liagreen and Thomas Johnson, discharged soldiers, were charged by P. C. Howell Evans with begging at different places in the parish of Abergwili, and were committed to prison for 21 days each. Ax Ex
30 October 1869 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
Dr. Livingstone.

Dr. Livingstone.

The following is the text of the letter (dated August 31, 18691 received by the Bombay Government from Dr. kirk, political agent at Zanzibar, relating to the supposed arrival of Dr. Livingstone at Ujiji :—"Sir,-1 have the honour to report, for the information of the Right Honour
30 October 1869 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales