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WILFUL MURDER.

WILFUL MURDER.

The Grand Jury threw out the bill against Hannah Thomas, the mother, and Hannah Thomas the daughter, charged with the wilful murder, at Llanelly, of a female infant child, lately born of the body of Ilannal' Thomas the younger. Hid Lordship said that the Jury had e%ereised a wis
20 July 1861 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
THE GREAT SLATE CASE.

THE GREAT SLATE CASE.

DAVIES r. PHILLIPS. On Friday last, at the County Court in this town, a case rife with local interes►-wse-partially heard by the Judge, Mr. Johns. The plaintiff in the action was Mr. \V. Davies, slate-merehant, of this town the defendant was Captain Phillips, the well-known mast
20 July 1861 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
111411K•I.ASE,

111411K•I.ASE,

Wheat —Essex & Kent, white •• fine old .. 34 S 6 60 Norfolk, & 1 .0 kolore red 31 fine uld . Barley—Malting new. Chevalier, new Grinding 26 Distilling hats—English. feed l7 to . 21 Potato 25 Scotch, tee.l Irish, Fred, whin .. 19 23.... 23 ...... 19 24.... Florr per sack of 240 l
20 July 1861 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
Just PaWislsd. Twenty fifth Thousand. Seelot Diteases & their Remedies. OONTA WING clear instructions, and aorta* ctual C.r the sell-cure

Just PaWislsd. Twenty fifth Thousand. Seelot Diteases & their Remedies. OONTA WING clear instructions, and aorta* ctual C.r the sell-cure

Nervous nirsruiat.wihcm, Organic or Loral Weaklier. blumuLir 14.tkwuncol, by which aultenTa way simittily, ettactall eP = Privately cure at a trading wait. Abu tug how all imioolmouto 4t nuuTiage may be adiectually Moored., with uuo o Illugrating caw* of parties vibe hare burn t
16 November 1861 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
It PEN Scrota.—Tho boat siseth.sl linos, silk, course kiwis", so as to ink with Calle\ TENT ?LIM. t ?LUIS !this

It PEN Scrota.—Tho boat siseth.sl linos, silk, course kiwis", so as to ink with Calle\ TENT ?LIM. t ?LUIS !this

novel a thquisand linen aen be most 4► 13.1.: pale Inth the nsemeary directions fat wow .Seorthfrata from the eminent Dr. Shaklee LILL, of Chemistry, ice. "Several trials with Mr. Cal mbia% newt Electra. aver i'latet kr wiling, linen induce me to them esoellent ; the ',luxe are
16 November 1861 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
GIVEN AWAY TO NERVOUS SUFFERERS. FIR. SMITH has just published a FREE EDITION. 4.f 20,000 copies of THE WARNING VOICE

GIVEN AWAY TO NERVOUS SUFFERERS. FIR. SMITH has just published a FREE EDITION. 4.f 20,000 copies of THE WARNING VOICE

TO YOUNG MEN. A Medical Work on the Cure of Nervous Debility, Loss of Memory, Dimness of Sight, Lassitude. Indigestion. Dislike to So. clety, Spermatorriirea, Loral Weakness, Muscular Relaxation, Languor, Listlessness, Depression, Sic., which, if neglected, result in Consumption
16 November 1861 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
CARDS, ADD:

CARDS, ADD:

16 November 1861 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
THE CARMARTHEN WEEKLY REPORTER. "001) SAVE THE QUEEN."

THE CARMARTHEN WEEKLY REPORTER. "001) SAVE THE QUEEN."

Doors open ar half-put 7.—The Co.icert will commence at 8 o'clock precisely. Front 5at5...... 2s. 6d.—Bsck Seats.. ...... Is. Payment may be made at the Door. Oat,s! Oats!! TAMES GRIFFITHS wishes to inform the Public of Carmarthen and its neighbourhood, that he h■s on hand a lar
16 November 1861 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
111011 WAY ROBBERY.

111011 WAY ROBBERY.

At Nottingham, on the 9th, Samuel Thompson awl chimes Callon were brought up on remand, charged with a murderous attack on Mr. Thomas 8.11. th, farmer, of Little Halam, and with robbing him of £2.5. The apprehension of the prisoners having been proved, Mr. Smith, the prosecutor,
16 November 1861 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
.AT SEA DURING THE GALE.

.AT SEA DURING THE GALE.

An interesting story is told by tho captain of the Yarborough, a large stcamer, which left Grimsby last Frday, but was driven lack by the gale :—.On leaving Oritnsby on the let inst. the wiled was blowing moderately from the N.N.W. Nothing happened tall m. of the 2nd (Saturday),
16 November 1861 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales