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'BRECON.

ADJOURNED TOWN COUNCIL AND…

MARRIAGE REJOICIGNS AT BRECON.

LECTURE ON QUEENSLAND.

--SUDDEN DEATH AND INQUEST.

THE AGED IRISH JUDGES.

TRECASTLE.I

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TRECASTLE. I MARRIAGE REJOICINGS OF LOO BRECKNOCK. „ J It having been made known at j Llywell that the marriage of Earl Brecknock. Lady Clementine Augusta Spencer ChurchilMjeJ to the present Duke of Marlborough, was place on Thursday, the 12th inst., the ten#url the Marquess of Camden, the noble Earl's JJJJ and the inhabitants of the place, evinced a (4 to celebrate the event in a becoming manned juj Wednesday, the tenantry were busily hauling a large quantity of wood, prepara^ 2 a huge bonfire for Thursday evening on *e hill. J T? 1 -fcjarly on Thursday morning, two the inscription "Brecknock and his JA placed on the Church Tower at Llywell, M School Tower at Trecastle, and during the ift Llywell and National School bells sent A merry peal. At 2 p.m. a procession, ■with |$: banner in front with the inscription ''Su(:c #! Lord Brecknock and his Bride," was formed National School-room, headed by the vica^AjL parish, the Rev. L. Price, and first direct steps towards Llywell, from whence, joined by the attendants of the Sunday; they paraded the streets of Trecastle, sing'11* f! rily verses suitable to the joyful oceasi0'?' jk their return to the school-room they were u Supplied with tea and cake, and all the ji people as well as the children enjoyed heartily. After tea the procession was again and the whole company after amusing with all kinds of games until dusk, Pr05 L/j ards Penvay hill to witness the firing of the -,4 which very soon brightly ignited, and seI1soj large glaring flames, and its illumination served from all the valleys and hills surro']" J A great concourse of people assembled, wh° drank the health, and wished every prosper' jj Lord Brecknock and his Bride. Several J of cheers were also warmly and loudly #Lr the happay pair, Maquis of Camden, Lo^ I j Pratt, Ladies Pratt, and the rest of the The following lines composed for the °c J were sungfby the school children:- God bless the Earl of Brecknock, i; And his illustrious Bride,_ | In whose most worthy union, j. We feel a joyous pride; And now they are united, We wish them every glee, May Brecknock and his lady, I Have true felicity. 3 God bless, &e. [ Come let us all at Llywell, 1 Unite and warmly say, I Long life and health we wish th^' J From this auspicious day J And should they come amongst J As earnestly we pray, I We 11 try to do them honour, I In our own humble way. tf God bless, &c. '1.

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