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BRECKNOCK COUNTY ELECTION.—The nomin,r takes place on Thursday next, and the polling the Monday and Tuesday following. P "g 011 BRECO-Our Assizes commenced on Tbursdir In the evening, the High Sheriff. Crawshav Bailey Esq., accompanied by a large partv of gentlemen, met' the Judge, Mr Barou Gurnev, a short distance from tne town, and escorted his Lordship to the Hall, where the commission was opened it) form. The court was then adjourned until Friday morning. Want of space prevents a report of the proceedings this week. There was but little business. BRECON BOROUGH ELECTION. The election for tins borough commenced here v j he ca"didates, Mr Morgan and Mr Lloyd, were attended to the Hall, the place of nomination,soon after ten o'clock the former by a vorv respectable party of the gentry and tradesmen oi ofThet' w i uV a >ilr"P Part-V of tlJe mobility PUilkns neighbourhood. T.je Ma M P. W lkins, opened the court; and, afte^ the usu ■! formalities, the Venerable Archdeacon of Bu-cJn rose and proposed Mr Morgan, m the follow-in- speech Mr Mayor, Gentlemen Electors of the B^omd/of Brecon,-It is with a feeling of high gratification th-1 I can now again consclcntious] y reeom mend for your se- lection as the Member for this borough in the cnsuilJ!Ç Parliament, a gentleman who has faithfully represented your interests in several Sessions—Charles Morgan Robinson Morgan, Esq. who is now at my left h-uid' Gentlemen, up to the period at which we have now arrived in election proceedings, a candidate can oply depend upon the promises and assurances of support which have been gin-eii to him by the electors. On the present occasion, my Hon. Friend, Mr Morcrnll stands before you with a large majority of those p'rol mises and those assurances in his favour. To the :'u!1 performance of them he looks with undoubted deuce. Upon what foundation then, I ask 'is'il ambitious hope of his opponent placed ] is"it u t must it not be—on the breach and tlt(;)wn.pl'rform- ance ot those promises and assurances which I ha\ > alluded to If this election is indeed to 1 e dn -1 1 bv ,vi„ have P.,r,lc.s vou. I he Choice, to an honest man., cannot be difficufi On tne one side you will have a tried, honour uprignt gentleman, whose conduct justiw ille in asserting that it affords perfect confide-nce to tne minds of every one of you that he will lx, true to his Queen—his Couutrv—and bis God. I regret to sav but I must say it to his face, that in the other cmd'- date you have one, who due, nut expect to o'.f.in the seat winch ne is now soliciting, and that lie is therefore, (for I v.-ill abstain, if possible, from usue- any harsher term) uselessly disturbing the of this town and this neighbourhood, at a moment when I I r 00(i, It I IDOII)C'Iit had perhaps vainly hoped that all party feelin- and party distinction would have merged and subsided r'UU SentlmC"Ifc of Io-vai(-y to our young C>iud, Gentlemen, as 1 intimated at firs i with great pleasure propose Charles Morgan Rolut son 1 01 n,1.1, Esq as a fit ami proper person to roresetn < us borough m tlie next Parliament I. "l allowed to add mv sincere^ th irL- r Veru:1^ 1k' and attention with whic.?i h- v h tUi; 'ri Ud\e been favour,. n.is nomination was seconded by W Bo J Dr. Lucas then proposed Mr t/OVH some length, and was seconded in a'S, °f Mr Snead. Mr Morgan then idrl-L 1 hv also did Mr Lloyd. Mr John' Junes'*of r i'l!v'o:'s«"s on the part of Mr Morgan, a, his usu-d *1 ,a"ho:,tKi«. most admirable speech. A show n. "T' Wa<io ;l and declared in favour of Mr LlovH !?"a W'aS ll:u!' manded, which commenced 011 Tue*i-,V'1 & <;lSlit o'clock, aurl closed « f„„'X,e al™' I lie court was tlie,, adjourned ,|il LWC'h1"Cr.d0'St £ C.«-li'5l'r rt, V'°-vJ S f1:u'tv were so exasperated at tne m M >:lVf-V W0uld not aUow Mr Morgan foM«ak a,Id *° J1."?, f'art-V'. Werc ob!fS«i to quit the HaU lc-ive them to fcieir own vociferous exclamations Air -Morgan was chaired on Wednesday at H oYio'ck" durinir .TT1' :U,d4fVC7tlim3 on very quietly decided I'V ?' Is M h'g" to have had Pudtd defeat. Near 200 of Mr Morgan's friend sat ;o;; n wttli him to dinner, at the Castle Hotel, where* lumber of toasts were drank, and manv excels et speeches delivered, and the whole party broke tin and evenin''a:UA U> l"S h°USe' late »' t!ie •it ft °* ratl|fr'udierous circumstance happened at the polling. A Mr Jones, when coming Phv a uitKn T he V° £ ^for ? VVlslim* 1 lav a lutl of ins eloquence, he said-for John Lloyd tk s-lisq- "is was lost 111 consequence. [We have received, from a kind fr.end at Brecon, another account of this election, but tue above was previously 111 type.j

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