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CIR LETTER BOX.

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CIR LETTER BOX. To the Editor oj the Monmouthshire A!<Wt". Sm,-Permit me, in the name of several readers of yonr paper, in the name of common sense, and in the name of the usual character of the MERLIN, in whose columns we are wont to find matter, sound, useful, and interesting, respectfully to inquire when you mean to put a stop to the insertion of such long and (public advantage considered) worthless epistles, as your numerous correspondents have been boring you and the puhlic with, during the last few weeks, respecting the Aber- gavenny Cvmreijrvddion Should the next number of your paper afford evidence of your intention to permit the dis- cussion to be thus tediously carried on in its columns, I, with others who have been accustomed to read the MERLIN with pleasure, shall give up its perusal, at least for the present; for whilst so large a portion of the paper is devoted to these letters, and so many columns are occupied by advertisements, but a comparatively small space is left for the insertion ofim. portant parsing events, to say nothing of entertaining and in- structive information. „ W ithout offering an opinion upon the merits of your corres- pondents, I conclude by pressing the inquiry proposed above, and shall wait till Saturday next for a reply. I am Sir, vours, with much respect, A CONSTANT READER.

ABERGAVENNY CYMREIGYDDION.

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