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' V BRECONSHIRE.

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V BRECONSHIRE. [ Sir C»ai ies Morgan, Bart, and bis family, the [ fku»iiy ,-f R. jjeiTa, and Lord Rodney, left Brecon on [ T*i<" J ^snigbt. The poor of Brecon on this, as on !a j'sions, have experienced the munificence r- i.y Baronet^ who has also liberally sub- scnueti i'iv-^rds the rebuilding of a new Welsh Bap-, iitft iu Brecon. The inhabitants of Hay, to te&iify tb< pxpect aud regard for Sir Charles and his iIOn, fh Istfc^ member tor the borough of Brecon, escortfii tucm through that town with a band of music. Wt aire bappy taj find that the Brecknock Infirmary is <^kely to We soon open'tfd. At a meeting of tl.u Subc- ribers Jfeld last week., at which Col. I Wood, M.P. fir the *bunty presided, it was resolved {bat the tu- "ngV^ould be completed forthwith; ARRSBGETACNT* >re at the same time made to open the Infirmary for reception jpf patients about the ARRSBGETACNT* .fe at the same time made to open the Infirmary for reception pf patients about the beginning As the delay has hitherto I been occastoa^bj^i deficiency of funds, George P. Walking. F, 4b his usual benevolence sent an ofer throngii the liuin of Mr. Church, of adding oOi. to hiwalrpytfV-nificent donationâat the same time the worthy -man,(who is always alive to the best interests of tte'^ unty), Mr. Williams of Penpont and other Gentlevieii expressed a wish of adding to I their original subscriptions, but this liberal feeling t was not acceded td" the meeting from a confident hope that an appe^^jlthe benevolenec of'th^Hgin. dividuals conneet^^feth the county, who rhKBot hitherto snbscribe^^mpld be the means of ohlq^ktg tht* r.ecee«ary aid. Treji unnecessary to point out the advan;ages of such f( institution as Infirmary, or its inestimable a^t itages in afto|j^fe1 an asy- lum, the st local radical advice, Wgkc-ines, and all requisite remedieS^ifor that distresse^^ortion of our felhm creatin-esalwho, in covaml; on with their more affluent brethren, e liable to all the casualties as wei! as diseases incidfe| to our natures, but ag- gravated Jp the former qMheir poverty aud severe privations, la another <w^tnn is a list of additional subscribers. "ffc

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ITO THE EDITOR OF THE GAZETTE…

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NF:A TH PETTY SESSIONS, i

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FAIRS IN NUVEMBLU. ..

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A CURIOUS POLITICAL DISCLOSURE.

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A SERIO COMIC SWEEP. .

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