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DINAS POWIS COMMON. I Same of the commoners who deny the right of Lee, the lord of the manor, to have constructed a roadway over Dinas Powis Common without receiving authority from a majority of the proprietors at a properly-called meeting, have I resolved to seek the assistance of the Parlia- mentary representative for South Glamorgan (Mr Arthur J. Williams), with a view to compelling General Lee to restore their joint property to its condition up to within the past three months. Mrs Jenner, of Wenvoe Castle, is the holder of certain rights connected with this common, and the roadway is said to have been made without her consent. Should legal proceedings ensue, the commoners have been assured that they will obtain support from the owner of the Jenner estate. Most of the commoners do not deny that it was desirable that a roadway should be made across the common, and assert that they would havegiveu permission to Gen. Lee to make a roadway. What they object to is that the Lord of the Manor should have presumed upon their offering no opposition. They also object to the course of the roadway, and point out that it has been made to suit the convenience of the Lord of the Manor in being taken as far rvs possible from his residence. The Mount, and as near to a plot of land on which he intends to erect houses. They would have, they say, willingly consented to the I construction of a road over another part of the common, and that this could have been made with an easy g-radientof 1 in about 20Lt, instead of as at present, 1 in 4ft. in some places.

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