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GREAT LIBERAL DEMONSTRATION…

MR SORTON-PARRY AND HIS SUPPORTERS-

i MEEIING AT ORICCIETH.

GREAT MEETING AT BANGOR.

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communication, and. b:s'» adapted to ac- f'omra 'ate the North Wales counties. Mr Jones J v f | I'SU prCC66^fid to 3T3GlltiOn the vjirio'^s ■ upon which. lie thought legislation Uec., ry bringing forward the sane arguments ",v«si<!g the same opinions as he did »t 5V- »-a the previous cvt-niug. The measures »•;« WtJ,e the regulation of procedure in th;* ,c' of Commons, locul opti,), ttie amendment the bankruptcy laws, the io-mitionof county boar 13, and the amendment of the land During the s:x years he was in the House Of "emmons ho had never obstructed the business by tt^ueh speaking indeed, theonly occasion wnich he'had raised his voice in that augas asscrnbly was when he had se onded the Prt$°1 Of Mr Osborne Morgan, the member for Derbigh- 8lrt, to appoint county court judges for Wales could speak the Welsh language. J he ^o^mment, he was glad to say, conse.i J^eaaure without opposition. He was P that- no man should speak upon a subject upon *hiab. he was not well informed and co^u br.ng arguments to support his caust. *ule foliov«ed a little more conscientiously in farUament he believed there would be no uoc^itv ior such measures hs the Cloture If the (Motors Of the Carnarvon Boroughs should return him he ahl"il be grateful for the confidence they had Plae-d in him. He would be their s, rvaut, as he %a? the servant of the count; before, althou-jh *hey turned him out (laughter), and he hop ") he *hould give them satisfaction, and that he should Hot be ashamed to appear before them again and give an account of his stewardship in Parliament ftd, furthermore, that t\ey woild not be ashamed to hear him give it The speaker resumed his seat amid great cheer- itP and enthusiasm. The resolution having been put to the meeting an; carried, the proceedings terminated with a 'to:- of thanks to the chairman.