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THE MARRIAGE OF THE PRINCE OF WALES. Just before the hour when we usually publish we were ovei whelmed with intelligence from almost every town and village in South Wales describing how the marriage of the Piini-e of Wales was celebrated on Tuesday. All the accounts that came in proper time are fully given in another plane, but it is utterly impossible to publish this week, in addition to what we have done, even a bare out- line of the rejoicings, which in itself would occupy many columns. We must therefore content o,irse, ves with the following simple statpment — A ABERYSTWYTH. ..Toe day was indifferently observed here. A feu de joie wns fired by the Ititle Corps, and the corps and spectators gave hearty cheers for the Queen and the Prince and Princess of Wales. A few (fhilJren, hastily prepared s In "God.. bless the Prince of Wales" as they paraded, the town. 1 ho Mill U stores were d corated and illuminated. The Volunteers were reviewed bv Colonel Powell. Mr. T. O. Mor^ao, the Mayor, auJ Mr. M. H. Davies distributed large sums of jnouey among the poor, which was understood to be the gift of Mrs. Loveden, of Gogerddan The illumination was limited. LLA-i.kYRON. Nlrs. Lewi" liberally gave her tenants (re- siding in the neighbourhood), the employes in the establish- ment and their friends, to the number of 50, a splendid dinner. Mr. Baynton was in the chair. There were rustic sports in the Park. LLA.NSADWB.N At the British School the children of the day school and the bun Jav sooouls pa,ade t'le village witb flag- '»iJ b .tiii 'i's. arid visited the residence of William llov n, E.q.. !>: » utiy Irid, when the children fo med in a squi o, an i un¡;: several qr, ia honour of the event of the day. And then i"tu.ned to too British chool. and were, to the nunb r of 500, s imptuiusiy supplied with tea aod oake. LLANGRNDEII>.N'E.At this village there W"I' rustic sports and ot:u r demonstration of py The school children walked in procession suii'.ug) and attar ivards were treated to tea and cuke. KIDWELLY.—T^ he rej••uuigs Ii.?re V ve on a considerable sqairf. Aoout 400 p 'or po-sous were given ljlb. of beef, 3'b. of broal, ml i pint o b.-or each. Up vards of ÓOO children, I conn-'otp'l with the various sch >o!s, inarehed in procession throuJh thf town singing. Most of them wore favours, pre- sented hy Mr Brunt. About 800 persons partook of tea and • a!in the British School-room. Mossri. Ciiivers and Bright and Messrs. Fredericks and Jeunergave their work- men dinner. d ti f Sr.?EAKS There were b<-H ruling ?nd Grmg of cannon daring the diy. Rural sports prevailed. Tea and cake were gi?en to poor >voaien and children. There was a ball a he Town il,.I!, ,Ixij lirewoi ki iii Field. NEWCASTLE-EMLYN. — The town was decorated, and there we. rural sports. The Ivorites paraded the towu. The children of the place visited tile grounds of several gentle. men in the neighbourhood. About a thousand children and others were treated with tea and cake in the National Schoolroom There were fireworks in the evening and a general illumination. CAYO, —The rej,icings. here were very general and satis- factory, he particulars of which sha'l appear next week. LLANGUNNOU.—The day was observed by tlle fi, ing of cannun from the Vale*of lowy Mines, and bonfires at night. The vicarage was illuminated. CW.MDU.—The rejoicing here consisted for the most part iu rustic spoit*, and a treat of tea and cake t) the schools. There w is al-o a sumptuous dinner at be Cwm-lu Inn, and ifre-orks in the evening. LLAXLLWCH.— Isiac Horton, Esq., the High Sheriff, liberally treated t'le dllldrell of the Sunoaj and Day schools to a substantial dinner, and pres°uted each child with a cup to drink the helth of the Piinoe and Princess. About 200 of the aged and d( serving poor sat down to tea after the children, and the residue was divided among the sick poor. There were ruslic sphrts in the afternoon. STU.YTA FLORIDA.—The school children were given tea and cake, NEWCASTLE EMLYN. The inmates of the Warkhouse were treated by subscription with roast beef and plum pud- ding and "rwrw da," LLANDILO.—Oar correspondent's letter giving an account of the rejoicings ha gone astray in its transmission. We understand the rejoicings were oil a very magnificent scale, the particulars uf which shall appear next week' JLILT'OUD ON HAVEX. — Religious services were held in the diff-rent places of worship. k piiblic meotit:g followed at which "dJr{'SSi's to her M»jesty and their H"7al Uigh,;e,se!! wer, voted. Procesiions, band of music, a public dejeuner a la fourehette, diu ners and teai for the poor, concert, ball, and rireworks from the town snd shipping. The proceedings closed with illuminations, a splendid torchlight process on, and an immensi- bonfire on Hakin point. CAUDIGAN. --There was a -r.ind procession, after which about 700 persons sat down to a capital dinner in the market- place. The shoo! children para led the town in tile afternoon and afterwards, with the children of the town, were gi ven te* and cake. There was a dinner at the Anstel Hotel, whieh was nimieroutdy attended, and presided over by R. D. Jen- kins, Esq. The large bonfire on Bankywarren surpassed the 24th lilt., could be seen from that place. At Haverfordwest, Fishguard, Tenby, Llanstephan, Aber- gwilly, and many other places there were rejoicings of a siuiii ir character to those already mentioned.

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