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MERTHYR 7YDVIL, SATURDAY,…

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THE FOG.-We never remember a more deo6 fog than has prevailed on the four first days of the present week, They who have crossed the mo"" I tains in those days must have been struck with tie very curious appearance which the vallies belo" presented. They were completely covered witb II mantle nearly as white as milk, and the line was 50 defined, that the bright sunshine began immediatell where the line ended. In the Aberdare Valley "e observed Werva on one side and Bwllffa on the otber side, as the limits of the obscure curtain. l>o*et down the valley the exhalations which occupied line of the Cynon, and the lower region of the atmoS^ I f phere, were so condensed by the greater coldness 0 the surrounding air, that the bold hill of Twyn-)' Cefn-bychan, with his white mantle up to his centreg and bright sunshine on his brow, strongly reminded us of Goldsmith's beautifnl simile of the VillAge Curate- As some tall cliff that lifts its awful form, Swells from the vale, and midway leaves the storfflf Though round its breast the rolling clouds are Eternal sunshine settles on its head." The yapour in the Vale of Taff, particularly about tt town of Merthyr, was far less dense, and its extrcøítJe9 less defined, which may probably be attributed to the n111^ rous coke-yards and other fires perpetually burning- of observed the same interesting appearance in the c",m Ie Taf-fawr, near the Blaentaf Gate, and in all the little I vallies abutting out of the Brecon Hills.

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