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Mr Baron Gurnev is the Judge for the South Wales Circuit at the ensuing Summer Assizes. The Duke of Wellington has been inaugurated Master of the Trinity House. The Marquess ( amden, who has long filled the important office, with the greatest ability and attention, must feel lllJlyg-rati- fied that the trust has devolved upon so illustrious a successor. LEOMINSTER ELECTION-.—It is now certain that this borough will be strongly contested at the next election, and that Mr Bish, the Radical candidate, will stand but little chance of being re-elected. Mr John Arkwright, of Hampton-court, has been call- vassing in conjunction with Lord Hotham, and has received the promises of a majority of the electors. The Depot of the 10th Regiment, on being relieve! by the 14th from Ireland, will marcu for Water- ford. On Monday, the Duchess of Kent received, and presented to the Princess Victoria, Mr Morgan, the member for the borough, with a congratulatory address froth Brecon, on the occasion of her Royal Highness attaining her lSlh year. The same was most graciousiy received. At the Brecon Quarter Sessions, on the 27th inst., the magistrates (ill conformity with tue order in council, of April lQth'i. will divide the county into convenient polling districts, assigning their respective districts to Brecknock, Devynnock, Hay, Talgarth, Crickhowel, and Iiuillt. It is expected that a new keeper of the county gaol will be appointed at the same Quarter Sessions, for which situation there arc several candidates and among many others, Mr Roger Powell, of Brecon, Mr Woods, JUD of Cardiff, and Mr Darker, of Dowlais.

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