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CRICCIETH. I

DINAS MAWDDWY.

LLANDOVIIEY.

LLYSFAEN.

-TOWYN.--

MR JONES PARRY AT NEVIN. I

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MR JONES PARRY AT NEVIN. The Herald Cymraeg of last week, in a report signed W. Williams, gives Mr Parry's address to his supporters at Nevin. The meeting was first addressed by the Revs. J. Jarrett, J. Hughes, E. Williams, W. Williams, and G. Hughes. The old biother from Edeyru" is repre- sented as being in unusual hwyl or animation. Had he not been a zealous and unquestionable teetotaller, it might have been supposed that he was drunk-and so he was; but not with wine or strong drink, but upon the glorious victory which liberty and equality had gained over oppression and injustice in this county." Mr Parry then said, "Friends, we have gained a great victory in this couuty, such a victory as scarcely any one among us thought possible to be gained at once. There is great joy in our county and through Wales in general on ac- count of it, in England also and London, and the United Kingdom, from one end to the other. Mr Gladstone rejoices, and I suppose I do also., I always rejoiced that I was a Welshmen, but now I am prouder than ever of it. Wellington could not have been victorious over Buonaparte if he had not brave soldiers, and this great and fair victory would not have been gained in Carnar- vonshire if we had not had soldiers of the best kind ever Beeu in the world—soldiers fighting without pay-only strength of heart and principle. I would not wish to say anything mean of the Tories, for it is not fair to beat one on the ground. I represent Tories and Liberals. I represent the county. I will do all the good I can to the l ories but there are only few of them to be found in the county, fewer possibly than any one supposes. I shall try to do for you all that I have promised, and if I can I will do much more. I had forty-seven votes at Bethesda, the laud of the Philistines. I purpose en- graving the names of these forty-seven brave quarrymeu, and frame them, and place them in a room at Madryn. Well it had been had there been so many good men in Sudom, it would not have been burnt. I shall never turn my coat, and if it wears out I shall go without one."

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