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Original Correspondence. To the Editor. Sir, The removal of the Spring Assizes from Cardigan to Aberystwith appears to be now in agita- tion some little tact and energy will, however, be requisite before the order of Council can be obtained, and I would recommend the promoters thereof to take a leaf out of the book of their neighbours the Montgomeryshire people, as it would materially assist them in, and facilitate, the object in view. Since the year 1835, a contest had been going on before the Privy Council between the Towns of Newtown and Welshpool, respecting the removal, for the conveni- ence of the County, of the Summer Assizes from the latter to the former Town, when, at length, the order was obtained in the present year, and the first Assizes were held at Newtown in July last, much to the satis- faction of all parties, including the Welshpoolers themselves. The removal would have taken place long before, if it had not been for secret and interes- ted enemies, but who were avowed friends to the

SATURDAY, SEPT. 26, 1840.