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Mr. Lloyd Davies has retired from the contest to represent the Cardigan Boroughs, leaving Captain Pryse to be re- turned without opposition, a result not consistent with the expectation of the electors, who were led to believe that Mr. Davies would have gone to the poll, although his expressed opinions and the votes he has uniformly recorded, have met with very little sympathy from his constituents, who are as a body perhaps more liberal in their political sentiments than any other borough in the Principality. He no doubt conscientiously voted on various important questions, but it is boldly asserted that they have not represent- ed those who sent him to Parliament, and hence the dis- satisfaction which induced Capt. Pryse to present himself as a candidate, and he declares his principles to be those which the Gogerddan family has for a long period supported. The liberal electors will, therefore, return their candidate with- out the excitement of a contest. Sir John Owen will not be opposed by Mr. Kinderley, as was stated some time since, so that the venerable baronet will probably retain his seat until disabled by the increasing infirmities of age. There has been no other change whatever in electioneering matters in this district, since our last impression.

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