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IRELAND.

FEMALE SLAVERY.—SHIRT AND…

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

MKRTHYR TYDVlL, AND BRECON,

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Since the remarks were written, which ap- pear in another part of our paper, respecting the Swansea Relieving Officer, we have received the following letter 1") THE EDITOR O¡,' THE GAZETTE AND GUARIHAN. SIR,—The Llanelly Board of Guardians having read in your paper, an article reflecting on the con- duct of Mr David Morgan, Relieving Olficer, beg to inform you that this person is attached to the Swansea Board, and not to that of Llanelly, as stated by mistake. By order of the Board, I am, Sir, youis obediently, WM. REES, Llanelly, Feb. 7th, 1839. Clerk. We have only to add, that the anxiety evinced by the Llanelly Board, to shew that no part of the odium of the lamentable proceedings we have commented on, can attach to them, does them infinite credit. It proves what we have already said, that there are those in the country who will administer the laws relating to the poor with moderation, and scorn to heccme their oppressors.

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THE QUEEN'S SPEECH.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

|LORD CHATHAM AND THE CORN…

A REMEDY SUGGESTED.

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