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RAVRRFOKDWKST ELECTION.—Mr Pitman, the Con- .ative Candidate, addressed bis supporiera in Castle Ware on Friday evening. The lion, gentleman spoke 8re»t length on the topics of the election, and wa9 very ■ ?j"y cheered. At the conclusion of Mr Pitman's j?, rB«i the Rev F. Arnold, of Narberth Rectory, was [roduced to the elec ors, and addressed them with great Ch ori 'eac^it,f!> subject of the election—The Irish QUrch, If we except the interruptions-of one or two •toted ndherents of the Liberal cause, who had thrust "^selves among Mr Pitman's supporters, the proceedings P'Wed off in an orderly manner. Owing to the advanced j?,ar and the darkness of th& evening, the meeting was j?j°Qrned to the large room in the Castle Hotel, where *rArnold resumed his address. Interesting speeches Jre also delivered by Mr Sampson, of Scoichwell, the p Y W. Morris, of Prendergast, Mr W. V. James, Mr J. Jlce, and other gentlemen. The proceedings, which 6reof an enthusiastic character, did not terminate tHi %hour. 1