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DIONMÖUTBSIIIRE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

I HHEHIFFS FUH. WALLS. -

-FAIRS IN DECEMBER.

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•• oi' EM MATA QUID FA CI U NT." TO THE EDITOR OF THE GAZETTE AND GUARDIAN .SIR,-Tiiere is at present residing in the neigh- bouring parish of Ystradyyodwg, a tailor of the name of David Naunton, who is lineally descended from, and is, unquestionably, male heir to, the Right Hon. Sir Robert Naunton, of Letheringham, in Suffolk, Secretary of State, &c. &c. to Queen Elizabeth. Many of your readers in the neighbourhood of Cow- bridge well remember the arrival of their townsman, Mr. Salmon, in this county about the year 1795- The widow of William Naunton, Esq. afterwards Mrs Saies) left a considerable legacy to Mr. Salmon, which legacy not being duly paid, Mr. S. was put into possession of the mansion and estates of the Naun- tons, near WL-kham Market, in Suffolk. A Air. Leman, claiming to be next of kin to the Xauntons, paid the legacy to Mr. Salmon, and thereby got into possession of the property. Our neighbour, the poor tailor, was then at work in Monmouthshire, and ignorant of what had taken place. Had lie been in Suffolk, and could have paid the legacy to Mr. Sal- mon, he would at this moment have been Lord of the Manors and Patron of the Advowsons, of Lether- ham and lIoo in Suffolk, instead of gaining a preca- rious subsistence by stitching in Cwin Rhondda Sic transit aloria M'lndi I am, Sir, your friend, PHILO-SAHTORIUS.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE GAZETTE…

Family Notices

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MERTHYR POLICE.

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TU THE EDITOR OF THE GAZETTE…

HENRY MORGAN, THE WELSH BUCCANEER.…

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ADVENT HYMN.

- THE WAR.SONG OF THE KIFCHAK.

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