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CARNARVON. I To REGATTA.—The Regatta of the old and well-es- tablifthed Royal Welsh Yacht Club will be held on Tues- day next, when excellent spurt is anticipated. Last year, owing to a series of unexampled accidents, there was no vacht racing, a circumstance unparalleled for 20 feare—many of the Carnarvon Regattas having been .Mut to the beat in the Uuited Kingdom. Tbia year, numerous new boats have been built; and the Carn .r- yll[1 Boat Club's crew, having been training under 1 professional, are most anxious to have a contest ffor r,i: .i o sitver cup with a large field, including all their foni i- successful competitors. The gig race, in the town 1). ticilarly, is causing much interest, and many bets have loeeii made for and against the boat to be rowed by the Pimmen-thev and another crew having built new boats expressly for the cqntest—viz., a purse of five sovereigns; consequently a goed supply of jackets is enectek. About 20 members of the Club, including the gallant Commodore, the Rear-Commodore, and others, have joined to give a ball in the town, which will be nttended by the elite of the three counties, who have been invited to attend. Invitations have also been given to all members of yacht clubs attending with their vacMs at the Regatta and there is no doubt that the Royal Welsh Yacht Club Regatta of 1864 bids fair to be a grand success. We hear of some talk of those who have derived so much benefit by the Regatta coming forward to present the Club with a cup-i.e, the hotel- keepers and tradesmen of the town.

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