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LORD JOHN RUSSELL'S NEW APPOINTMENT.

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CARDIGANSHIRE.

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CARDIGANSHIRE. CARDIGAN ELECTION.âThere is nearly a certainty that a contest will take plain; for the representation of th Cardigan Boroughs. Mr. John Lloyd Davies, of Blue (Dyifrvn, has published an address to the electors: and it is stated that an address from Mr. Lloyd, of Bronwydd will appear in a couple of days. There is also a runi' ur 'that Mr. Jones, of Derry Ormond, will again solicit ti e sufferages of the electors. CARDIGAN FEBRUARY FAIR.âThis annual fair took place on the 13th instant. There was a large supply of horses, but few of ttiom were above an average quality. and many were very inferior. The supply of horned cattle was very limited. The fair was well attended for the season. Business was not brisk, in consequence of the high prices demanded. THE PKIORY.âTuesday last, the 13th instant, being the day when it was expected that Mr. R. D. Jenkins, of The Priory, Cardigan, would return home from his Marriage Tour, accompanied by Mrs. Jenkins, a number of the inhabitants "fthe town arranged to welcome t icii arrival, by meeting the carriage at the North Turnpike Gate, and conveying it in procession to The Priory. It was known that they would not arrive be for? dark, -n:i a considerable number of large variegated lanterns, affixed to long poles, were provided and placed in charge of steady persons to carry them when lighted; a large triumphal arch, with an appropriate sentence, shown by variegated letters produced by lights inside, was also ere; ted over the chief entrance to the grounds of The Priory. Cannon, in charge of ar;iller\men formerly in the British army, were placed at intervals between the Turnpike Gate and The Priory. Aband of musicians were also engaged, and added much cheerfulness to the scene. When the carriage arrived near the Turnllikc, the horses were taken out and sent forward; and as soon as they were sufficiently out of distance, the musicians commenced to play "Right Merrilic," and Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins were drawn bv a large body of ready assistants to his residence, preceded by persons bearing the Chinese lanterns, the band playing lively airs, and the cannon giving full-tongued warning of the approach of the pro- cession. Altogether the scene was one of exceedingly gratifying and pleasing appearance, there being hundreds of persons present, respectable re<idents of the town. A display of fireworks terminated the proceedings, which concluded without the slightest accident or obstacle. NEW SHERIFF OF CARDIGANSHIRE.â John Battersbv Harford, Esquire, of Galcondale, Lampeter, is the High Sheriff for this county. He has appointed Mr. R. D. Jenkins, Solicitor, Cardigan, his Under Sheriff.

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