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LLANERCHYMEDD FAlit.rliis Fair was held on thelstinst. Good two years old heifers sold as low as 71. each, being about 10s. per head lower than last Allsaiuts Fujr. Not many three years old were offered-only few horses were disposed of -pigs sold at extremely low prices. Average price of Corn—Oats 15S- gj barley 22s. and wheat 44s. WELSH FLANNEL—Although the winter has not set in with its usual severity, that useful article of the manufacture of the Principality, —Welsh flannel, sells at (for many years) unprecedented high prices with a brisk demand. At the last market at Welsh- pool, there was all extensive assortment of goods, which was readily bought up by respectable drapers from Shrewsbury, Oswestry, Chester, &c. &c. We trust, for the sake of that Part of the Priucipality where the manufacture of such an useful article of clotbing is so spiritedly carried on, that the trade is about to revive; and that it may once more be re- stored to its former flourishing state is our sincere wish. But it is much to be lameuted that the interests of the manufacturers have, in some degree suffered by the unfortunate schism about where the market should be held. We understand that at a meeting of those drapers who frequent the market at Pool (held there last market,) it was determined, by them, to support the old market, while, we doubt not, those who have attended at Newtown, will continue to sup- port that market.—North Wales Chronicle. GLOUCESTER AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION.-At a very numerous meeting of landowners, farmers, manufacturers, and others, held at the Spread Eag'e, ilt this city, on Saturday last, an Association was formed upon the plan of the Bath and West of Eng- land Society, for encouragement of Agriculture, arts, manufactures, and commerce, J. T. L. Baker, Esq. in the chair, at which the rules and regulations of the Association were fully discussed and agreed to. It was ob-erved by Mr. Aid. Jones ill the discussion which arose as to the title of the Society that to assist in removing the jealousies unhappily subsisting be- tween the agricultural and manufacturing interests (which he had for years been endeavouring to remove) it would be most desirable if the Association then to be firmed, would endeavour to induce the manufac- turers of the county to join them and he, therefore, proposed that the title of the Society should be the Gloucestershire Association for the encouragement of AgriclIlIureand the arts and Manufactures connected therewith. Mr. Goodrich upon this stated, that he cordially joined in Mr. Jones's view of the question, and that he was disposed to treat it, even still more liberally and comprehensively, he therefore proposed that the title of the Association should be the Glouces- tershire Association for the encouragement of Agri- culture, Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce,—copying the language and following Ihe example of the Bath and West of Eugland Society. Mr. Jones expressed himself much pleased with the manner in which his suggestion had been received and improved upon, and begged to withdraw his proposition and second Mr. Goodrich's amendment, which was unanimously adopted by the meeting.—Gloucester Chronicle.

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