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TOWN COMMISSIONERS, ABERYSTWYTH.

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TOWN COUNCIL, ABERYSTWYTH.I

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SELECTION OF SITE OF NEW COUNTY…

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SELECTION OF SITE OF NEW COUNTY GAOL. The following members of the committee of ma- gistrates appointed at the last Quarter Sessions met at the Town Hall, in this town, at 1 p.m. on Satur- day, the 1st instant, pursuant to appointment, to inspect the sites proposed by the town council. The committee consisted of G. W. Parry, Esq.,choir- man, J. G. W. Bonsall, Esq.,T. Elliott, Esq., J. B. Harford, Esq., and Lieut. Col Lewes. The committee were met by the mayor, town councillors T. O. Morgan and John Matthews, and Messrs Atwood, Hughes, and Pell. Col. Lewes stated that the committee attended there with the object of hearing what proposal the authorities of Aberystwyth had to make, and to in- speet any site they might be in a position to offer. The mayor stated that at a recent meeting of the town council the following 6ites were suggested :— 1. A site near the reservoir, the property of the Rev. James Hugh es. 2. A site between the Workhouse and the New Barracks, the property of Sir Pryge Pryse, Bart. 3. A site named Plascrug ruin, the property of Col. Powell. 4. A site between the railway station and the river Rheidol, the property of the corporation. 5, A site near Morfa Mill, the property of A. Richards, Esq. J 6. The castle grounds. After some discussion the sites numbers 1, 4, 5, and 6, were voted, for various reasons, ineligible. The committee, accompanied by the other gentle- men above-named, then proceeded to inspect the sites numbers 2 and 3, and the feeling of the meet- ing manifestly was that either of these sites was de- sirable and it was arranged that the town council should ascertain the terms upon which the same could be obtained, and inform the committee there- of on or before the 29th inst. Col. Lewes, in reply to a question put to him, stated that the area of ground required would not exceed two acres.

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