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THE GLAMORGAN LODGE, No. 43,—FREE-…

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CARDIFF POLICE,—MONDAY.

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FATAL OC ¡ J.\.Lti\ CE AT…

NEWPORT POLICE. .

A NEW ORDER OF KNIGIITHOO…

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A NEW ORDER OF KNIGIITHOO > IN HONOUR OF CAMBRIA, AND TWO CELTIC PROFESSORSHIPS IN THE ENGLISH UNIVERSITIES. To the Editor of the Advertiser and Guardian. SIK,—Will you be so kind as to make room in your next for this short letter, and allow me through ths medium of your patriotic paper to a (peal to my fellow-countrymen in the Principality, 011 the neces- sity of moving nt the present juncture in quest of additional privileges for our native country. During the twche years 1 have lived in England I have not forgotten my father-land, but have taken every op- portunity to lav before Englishmen the present degradation of IV:il(,s, -)d its ju-;t cl.-iiiiis oil the grateful generosity of England. Tbo answer which I have almost invariably received has been this, That Englishmen will support our claims whenever we shall think proper to urge them on the attention of the Government, and carry them to the foot of the throne, and that tijc- inliibitatits of the Principality have hitherto remained without the advantages which it is highly desirable they should obtain, because they have been either too proud or too indolent to ask for them." Tiie present is a fit time for Wales to fisk much in the full assurance of obtaining something. The inhabitants of Liverpool will meet on the thild of Dec-mber, to agree to a loyal address to Iter Majesty 0:1 tlie birth of a Prince of Wales, and to petition for the institution of a new Order of Knighthood, to be called the "Order of St. David," and for the establishment of two Celtic Professors in the English Universities, viz A Victoria Pro- fessor of Celtic fit Oxford;" and an "Albert Professor of Celtic at Cambridge. Will the influen- tial classes in the Principally move in the same direction with their compatriots in Liverpool? I should be ashamed to fill the ollice of a High-Sheriff for a WELSH COUNTY, or of Mavor for a WELSH TOWS, if I did not at this remarkably favourable juncture exercUe the authority vested in me by the choice of the Queen, or the suffrages of the peop'e, in calling public meetings, and presiding over their proceedings, to petition for additional privileges for Wales and Welshmen. May I hope that you will second this appeal ? 1 am, Sir, Your obedient Servant, V D. JAMES. Kirkdale, Nov. 23, 1S4J.

THE BRITISH IRON COMPANY.—MEETING…

THE CENSUS.

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MERTHYR POLICE, Nov. 24th.

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COMMITMENTS TO BIUCON COUNTY…

THE LATE CARDIFF HUNT BALL.

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Family Notices

--REV. MR. SIBTHORP.

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