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SWANSEA.

LA NTT WIT MAJOR.

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MERTHYR.

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itlonmoutfttflitrc. rfr MON MOUTH Sill It K ELECTION. The following remarks on this election appeared in the Morning Herald a few davs since — As to Monmouthshire, the seat, of which a sound conservative is now in possession, was possessed ever since the Reform Act by the whig interest, yet a re- spectable conservative of hereditary claims uponpopu lar support had but to show himself to drive away the whig candidate, ill "double quick" time from the fie'd which he had expected to rido over in the unsullied plumage aud gay caparison of a victor with whom nobody dares to dispute the prize whose gauntlet no adventurous knight dares to take up. this fond speculation of all uncontested triulllpll-of the easy acquisition of such honours as attach to the Sine pulvere palmd was as visionary as Lord Melbourne's dreain. It has vanished and though Mr Haubury Tracv did not win the fight, be may ellllsolchis misfortune with the lludibrastic g'ory of having won the race- And when the fiht hecomes a chase, He wins the tight who wins the race." In that way the scion of the House of Tracy might dispute the palm of superior speed with any harc in South Wales, for he has established for himself the lame of unrivalled fleeiness — And not a star but shines too bright For him who takes such timelc-ss Uiglu." ,# NEWPORT. Ntr MOIIC.AN'S IIQUI)-IS Will InCCt Oil Aloti(i,iy March 1st, at Duffryn XVe(liies(lay 3,1, it Friday 6,11, at Marshfield. E.-teli (lky -,it li;ilf I)ast t,l,-veii o'clock. ,ø" TREDEGAR. DINNER AT THE TKEUKGVU ARMS.—Mrs Thomas, widow ef the late reslwcted i\lr Daniel Thomas, of tht' Tredegar Arms, will give a public dinner on the 17th (If Nliirelk next. Saiul llomfray, E-'q., High Sheriff of the county of Monmouth, and Samuel Jones Phillips. Esq., Under Sheriff, have kindly consented to act as chairm in and vicechairiiiau on the occasion, and we earnestly hope that the company will be as numerous as we are certain that it will be respectable.

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