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SUNDAY TRAVELLING.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—WEDNESDAY,…

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TO QUIt SUSSCIlIBEltS.

----------THE WAIIS.

THE RATE IN AID.

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CARDIFF.

NEWPORT.

SWANSEA- .

CWMAVON.

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> GLAMORGANSHIRE EASTER QUARTER SESSIONS. These sessions were held at Cowbridge, on Tuesday and Wednesday last, before a full bench of magistrates. Among the magistrates present we observed C. It. M. Talbot, Esq., M.P., and Lord Lieutenant of the county; Robert Boteler, Esq., High Slici-iff of the county It. Nieboll Carne, Esq., Sir George Tyler, T. W. Booker, Esq., Walter Coffin,- Esq., J. Bruce Pryce, Esq., T. Edward Thomas, Esq., John llomfray, Esq., P. F. Jenner, Esq., Captaiu Hewitt, G. Llewellyn, Esq., W. Llewcllyn, Esq., II. Eranklen, Esq., M. P. Trahernt>, Esq., Captain Lindsay, Dr. Salmon, Revs. C. Knight, J. Harding, It. T. Tyler, R. Knight, E. Morgan, II. L. Blosse. Mr. J. Bruce Pryce stated that in consequence of the deputy chairman having just heard of the death of a ritur- relative, he would be unable to preside that day. Mr. Nicboii Carne had, however, consented to fill his place, and was tlhU I reading over the deposition. Mr. Pryce was requested to take the chair pro tem. George Byng Morris, }q., and John BMiard Ilomfir.y, Esq., took their oaths as magistrates for the (.e .int.y.