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(Continued from the 5th page.) BRIDGEND. ELECTION OF CORONER. —THURSDAY, 12 O'CLOCK.—-The proceedings were opened by the deputy sheriff. Mr. Mey- rick, of Metthyr, proposed, and Captain Huett, of Tir Mab Elis, seconded, Mr. Overton as a fit and proper person for the office. Mr. CmwHhayRailey proposed Mr. James Lewis Roberts, and Mr. Thomas, of Court, Merthyr, seconded the nomination. Mr. Ilussel was proposed by Mr. M. J'. Trc- hanie, of Coytrchcn, whose nomination was seconded by the Rev. Robert Knight. A majority, upon the show of hands, was declared in favour of Mr. Russel. A poll was demanded for Messrs. Roberts and Overton. At the same time notice was given by the deputy sheriff that the polling at the se- veral polling- places for the respective districts was to com- mence within a quarter of an hour.

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