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The City of Hereford Eicetion took plice 011 Monday morning last, when R. Pulsford, Esa., young and unknown man was elected. He was* op* posed by E. G. Griffiths l-sq, but who did not make 11 personal canvass. Mr Puisfords majority was 145 which is 45 less than that obtained by Mr Hobhotf** at the last Flection. Mr Griffiths the polled only 12 votes less than Mr Burr did on the saiH3 occasion. This shows a groat Conservative re-acti"11 in Hereford, a city which we trust will soon liil/O another Tory member in the House of Commons. The fairs last week, in Pembrokeshire, viz., PerJJ broke, Haverfordwest & Narberth, went off with great spirit; cattle realized good prices, as manifested bf the following anecdote âOne farmer meeting fxnothCj enquired â'⢠what kind of cattle was iu demand-" His friend replied, "he could not indeed tell what particular kind was required, for the dealers were buying all sorts." Sir George Cockburn has been returned for Ript)", in the the room of Sir Edward Sudden, Lord Chancel- lor of Irelahd.-A vacancy has occurred in the repre" seutation of Wilton, by the elevation of the Earl of Malmcsbury. The Earl of Shrewsbury, Roman Cathol ic noblcum0' ha> published a pamphlet in defence of Sir Uvbcr Peel's Ministry and the Corn Laws. -of! â

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