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J MONMOUTHSHIRE! BOROUGHS. { 4 Ta numerous and respeetable MEETING of the IK. | A HABITANTS of NEWPORT, convened by the Mayor of the Borough, and held in the LaHcasterta^ School-room, on Wednesday Evening, the 18th January the following Resolutions were passed with acclamation--â' Proposed by J. Latch, Esq., seconded by Mr. J. Corsbie 1. That it is with sincere regret we are made acquainted with the determination of our present Member, B. Hali Esq., of Llanover, not to become a Candidate for the repre- sentation of the Monmouthshire Boroughs at the next disso- lution of Parliament. That we consider his conduct through- out the three Parliaments in which he has had a seat in the Mouse of Commons, to have been uniformlv consistent with *he liberal and constitutional principles which he avowed at his first election. That we, are of opinion that, by his unre- mitted attention to th? arduous duties of his situation by his zealous a,nd un deviating support of the various measures i ? Cm bfcwll submitted to trie House, either for the re- i S-°S'°r 5he ""Pavement of our political in- kUtuents3' Cntl t0 tlie w»rmest thanks of his con- Edwards, seconded by J. Owen, Esq. VV 18 .^le decided opinion of this Meeting, that some lasting Memorial should be presented to Mr. Hall, by his constituents, in order to shew their grateful sense of his pub- ic services. That a Committee be appointed to decide upon tie best means of giving effect to the above resolution, and constituents, in order to shew their grateful sense of his pub- lic services. That a Committee be appointed to decide upon the best means of giving effect to the above resolution, and constituents, in order to shew their grateful sense of his pub- ic services. That a Committee be appointed to decide upon tie best means of giving effect to the above resolution, and that such Committee consist of the following Gentlemen:â f Mr'natC^ Mr. Owen, [ M^AuSy; Mr. Edwards. Po°H?,9e? Mr- s-Igguldcn, seconded by Mr. T. Wells. deeming it is highly important that the Mon- "r should be represented by a Gentleman Siimt lfâ¢"11? S' pommittee be now formed for the SortTTAa ff with the Electors of Monmouth, New- of wcuriiw rtiifpf ^rCt| and t0 co»sider the best means follow/,0f auch a Candidate; and that the such Commftteeâ¢6" ° re1uested to beco>»e Members of Mr-6rn'v' Mr. Turner, Mrf^ie' Mr. Wells, Mr fc. r Mr- °'weu. i £ AUf g' Mr. Chan^with,. s-r,; h Mr. L. Edwards, Mr' TowilsePd>

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