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BRECOX, Saturday, Feb. 3,…

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BRECOX, Saturday, Feb. 3, 1838. .0-- As the period of the Committees on the con- tested Election comes Oil. we must press upon all Conservatives the importance nay, the imperious duty of assisting the Fund. There are now no less than twenty-five seats disputed. The Committee in London have distinctly de- clared that in no instance have they given aid to the petitions but when they had full and satisfactory evidence that the claimants had a right to succeed, and wanted only funds to enable them to establish that right. Twenty- four seats would extinguish the perjurers at once, fling out the imbeciles of the Cabinet, cut short Lord Melbourne's courtship in high places, strip Lord John Russell of the £5.000 a year on which that smallest of Statesmen exists aud which he values more than a statue on the top of the pyramids, place a constitu- tional Government in power, and drive Papists out of Parliament for ever. JUmi soil il — .A H meeti"S wa5 this dav held at the Town Hall, Cnckhowel, to settle the Rules of a Prosecution Association for the Hundred of Crickhowel, an Institution which promises to be well supported. Mr Thomas William?, printer, of Crickhowel, has been appointed Superintendent Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages, in the room of E. Davie? Esq., resigned.

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