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BEAUTIES OF OUR REPRESENTATION.

.LOOK AT THIS—AND THAT.

CALMER

COUNTY RATD.

.SECOND COURT.

WEDNESDAY, Junf. 28.

;THE PRINCIPALITY.

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THE PRINCIPALITY. AT the annual conference of the Monmouthshire Welsh Independent Association held at Rumney on the 7th inst., the 'following resolution was unanimously adopted :— "That this conference greatly rejoices in the success of the PRINCIPALITY, and the powerful and efficient manner in which it is conducted; and deem it an organ that merits the warmest support of every patriotic Welshman, especially the Dissenters of Wales." At a. meeting of the Dysgedydd committee held at Dol- gelley, North Wales, on the 29th ult., it was resolved :— That the PRINCIPALITY has been established at a memor- able period in thehistory of the country whose name it bears; that a beloVed friend, who values the principles cf freedom, has incurred much expense in its establishment; that it has already been of eminent service; that the most indefatigable exertions are made by its proprietor and editor to strengthen its influence, and that there is every reason to suppose its use- fulness will be continually extended; and it is therefore unani- mously resolved that the office and friends of the Dysgedydd should exert themselves in every possible manner on behalf of the PRINCIPALITY." These valuable and spontaneous testimonies to the accept- ance of our labours we desire to acknowledge with sincere gratitude. On behalf of the proprietor the editor can 'un- hesitatingly promise every possible exertion in the service of his country. His labours have already been characterised by pure devotion and self-denial in the cause of truth and liberty. For his own part the editor can only say, that whilst few, and indeed very few, gentlemen have expressed themselves dissatisfied with his views and his mode of ad- vocating them, he has received the most gratifying expres- sions of approval of his humble efforts to serve his country, and the principles of Dissent, from many of the most learned, patriotic, and amiable of his fell ow-couii tryni cii. He knows that numberless prayers are offered up to heaven on his be- half, and that even lisping infancy is taught to utter its simple, artless supplications for his success in the cause in which he is engaged. Strong in these assurances of the sympathy and esteem of the great majority of the wise and good in Wales, he will spare no exertions to make the pa- per the faithful and devoted advocate of Welsh Dissent, and the sacred principles of civil, commercial, and religious freedom. He trusts at the same time that his friends will bear in mind that his success depends upon their securing for the paper a circulation of two thousand copies.

GLAMORGANSHIRE MIDSUMMER QUARTER…

.FINANCE:COMMITTEE'S REPORT..

FIRST COURT.

MERTIiYR.

'TION THE FRENCH INSURRECTION.;;