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PARLIAMENTARY NOTES.I

ACCIDENT TO MR, R. T. BASSETT,|…

"FIVE BYE-ELECTIONS.

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FIVE BYE-ELECTIONS. Since Parliament re-assembled at the end of January seven members have died. viz.. Mr. Bradlaugh. Mr. G. Macdonald. Mr. Kynoch, Mr. T. C. Baring. Mr. Cavendish-Bentinck. Col. liambro. and Mr. Tapling. In the course of the next fort- night there will be no fewer than" five bye-elec- tions—viz.. in the Woodstock division of Oxford- shire (where a vacancy has been caused by the appointment of Mr. F. W. Maclean. Q.C.. as Master in Lunacy) and in Whitehaven, the City of Lon- don. South Dorset, and the Harborough division of Leicestershire, where vacancies have arisen through death. It is a singular circumstance that the five seats were held by supporters of the Government -four by Conservatives and one by an Unionist (Mr. Maclean).

VALE OF GLAMORGAN POSTAL NOTICE.

COXGL Y CYMRY.I

BARDDONIAETH.

SELECTED POETRY,

MY FIRST TRIUMPH.

REVIEWS OF PUBLICATIONS,

LLANTWIT-MAIOR NOTES.

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