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MARRIAGE REJOICIGNS AT BRECON.

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MARRIAGE REJOICIGNS AT BRECON. Thursday the 12th July, 1866, will long be re- membered by the tenantry of the Marquess Cam- den, Lord Lieutenant of this county, being the day on which the Earl of Brecknock M.P., eldest son of the Marquess Camden, K.G., was married to Clementine Augusta Spencer Churchill, sister to the present Duke of Marlborough. The tenantry, expres- sive of their desire to celebrate the event in the best way they could, were busily engaged the two days previous in hauling large quantities of fuel wood for erecting huge bonfires at various places, the largest being erected on the Crng hill, by Mr. H. Edwards, of Upper Pontwilim, 30 ft. in diameter and 30 ft. high, which was ignited amidst loud cheering at 9 p.m.; during the day parties on the Crug had enjoyed themselves with various kinds of rural sports, in which Mr. Phillip Bright took an active part, and handed the prizes to the successful competitors The towers of the three churches sent forth their merry peals during the day. The band of the vo- lunteers, conducted by Mr. Teague, paraded the town for about 4 hours. The bonfire on the Crug was visible for 10 miles round. Health and long life and happiness to the Earl and Countess of Brecknock" was heartily received amidst prolonged cheers, there being plenty of cwrw da on the Crug for the occasion. Large bonfires were blazing away at Pentwyn, Llanfrynach, and at Tylerybrythos, Cantreff.

LECTURE ON QUEENSLAND.

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