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__----TO GOKRESPOIS' 1)ENTS

COBDEN versus TALBOT.

THE " (JY.MRO BAGli" AXI)…

" THE MERLIN" AND SUSAN NIPPER."

,CARDIFF.

'" ST. EELLON'S.

:MIRTIl YR.

NEWPORT.'..

LLANDILO.'

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LLANDILO. MKCIIAXICS' I:iSTITl'TlON.-On Tuesday evening the 17th instant, a lecture was delivered by the Rev. T. Da-vies, Inde- pendent, minister, Llandilo, on the History of the Celtic Nation." Mr. b. Morgan, druggist, in the chair;—The prin- cipal topics dwelt upon were the following. The supposed. origin of the Celtic nation—their settlement in Iii-ittin- their invasion by the Romans—their wars with the Picts, Scots, Danes, Normans, and the Saxons—an enumeration of the Welsh prihces-together wi:h philosophical remarks upon thfljr-v character as a nation. The rev. lecturer held his audience spell-bound while he led them from stage to stage in tbe history of our forefathers. Placing himself far back in the darkness of antiquity, he commenced his march, and as he proceeded, poured a flood of light upon his path, to the grati- tication of ail present. He was cheered throughout. The lecture was admirable for its wit, eloquence, and pathos. The meeting separated, wishing to meat Mr. Daviet. soon again on ;•;• simialar occasion.

ABERDARE.

■COWMIDGE.