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SWANSEA, FRIDAY, JULY 8. -63iS»-S->f9as

RETURN OF SIR CHARLES MORGAN.…

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To the EDITOR of The CAMBRIAN.

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To the EDITOR of The CAMBRIAN. SIR,-You, being a Cambrian Editor, would, I am sure, feel a pleasure in directing the tourist to the most striking and beautiful of Cambrian scenery, and of rendering such information as wonld incite « spirit of investigation in the inhabitants of the Principality. Staying a short time at Ct icklioxvei, situated amidst the most enchanting scenery I ever beheld, I was induced to visit a cavern, called Eglwys-faen, the interior of which is truly wonderful; one room being above ninety yards long, thiitv-six wile, and thirty feet high, with stalactites every where pendent, some of them clear like icicles, which, if the light from your p torch or lamp be strong, exhibit a brilliant display of natural gems. I should be glad, and I doubt not many others visiting the neighbourhood, to obtain any information as a guide to the tourist, which I tried to pro- cure, but in vain, though the natives have many tales afloat of its having been used by the Druids as a church, as a secreting place in in an enemy, &c. &c. v. Z. Loudon, 16th June, 1831.

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