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ABERGAVENNY CYMREIGYDDION.

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To the Editor of the Monmouthshire Merlin. '• If when 'twere done 'twere well done Then 'twere well it were done quickly." SIR,—It is always pleasing to men of business to see a man of business do his business in a business like manner; it is therefore, pleasing to all your readers, I mean all those who have at all interested themselves in this mighty discussion, to know the" Gentleman of the Principality is a thorough, gay, business-like man, and a downwngnt clever fellow, for he has carried out his determination, to crush that incarnation ot humbug, called the Abergavenny Cymreigyddion," which, ac- cording to his own shewing, has not only been done well, but done quickly; for in six weeks he has demolished without a single shilling expense, that whIch cost us poor Cymreigyddions twelve years' hard labour, and nobody knows how much money to build up. The "Gentleman has only one more part to play, and then his work will be done employ his ready pen and pro- lific mind, between this and the 17th of October, to write her epitaph; and if the Abergavenny Cymreigyddion be not seen on that occasion possessing more than her pristine vigour, he shall have the honor of reading the epitaph, and consigning her to the tomb of the capulets. In the Cymreigyddion, between A Gentleman" & Fenni," no doubt there has been some little trumpeting and a vast deal of rigmarole penned; and tho' the hits have been occasionally hard, yet the dash of fun and frolic thrown into his epistles, has done away with anything like an ill feeling therefore for the present we part, but we meet again at Phllippi. I would that I could dismiss "Cattwg" with the same kindly feeling. In his letter, last week, addressed t. Lady Hall, his observations on the tradesmen of Abergavènnyare so grossly insulting, that 110 one possewing the courtwy of a .1 iw- ■i — ■7 gentleman, could deliberately pen ar passage of that character A reply to it would be but adding to the insult. The Gentlemen ot the county know that the tradesmen of Abergavenny are men of worth, socially, morally, and politically, and appreciate them accordingly. Your well-deserved compliment to the Rev. T. Price, last week, was of course, read by Cattwg." »v FENNI. Abergavenny, September 18th, 1845.

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ABERGAVENNY CYMREIGYDDION.

DREADFUL FIRE, WITH LOSS OF…

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