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THE COUNTY REPRESENTATION. LORD EMLYN has, in compliance with a requisition from alarge number ofinfluential ekctors, consented to become the candidate for the seat which will be vacant by the retirement of Mr Bovren, of Llwyn- gwair. His Lordship has issued his address to the constituency, in which he expresses his views on some of the leading public questions, and announces himself to be a Conservative in principle. His Lordship's qualifications and abilities are very highly spoken of by those who know him inti- mately he is o?i every side pronounced to be a young man of great promise, who tag profited by Z, Z, the good example to be found in his own home, 11 and whose career there is every reason to believe will be one of great usefulness. The amount of z_l support which his candidature has, at this early stage, received makes his return certain. The invitation to his Lordship has emanated from so large a body of influential electors that opposition has not even been mentioned, and there is no doubt* that his Lords hip will occupy the seat which was for so many years worthily filled by his noble father. f THE HAVERFORDWEST BOROUGHS. IT is with great pleasure we announce that Mr SeourSeid will offer himself for the Haverfordwest Boroughs at the next election. After the many rumours which have been circulated during the last month respecting the probable retirement of the hon. gentleman, it is,with great satisfaction we are enabled to put an end to all uncertainty in the matter, and to make an authorized statement that he will again solicit the suffrages of the Con- stituency which be has so ably represented for the last sixteen years. When we remember the vexatious opposition to which the hon., gentle- man has been continually subjected, and the zeal and ability with which he has discharged his y Z, dutie. we feel that we cannot sufficiently applaud his determination to stand by the constituency in the present crisis. The bon. gentleman is, one of the most attentive members of the House of Com- mons indeed, if the oflice had the highest emolu- ments attached to it, it could not be filled with a deeper sense of its responsibilities, nor its duties performed with greater regularity and fidelity. The intention of Mr Scourfield to present himself for re-election was made known to the Constituency within the last week, and has been received with the greatest satisfaction. As a parliamentary re- presentative, he was never more popular than at tais moment: his supporters find in his upright conduct the fullest justification for their gallant elTorts in his behalf throughout all his contests, and his political opponents express unreservedly their admiration of his great talents" and industry. The Reform Act will add largely to the ranks of his supporters, and should the Constituency be called upon to pronounce judgment between him and any rival candidate, there is no doubt what- ever he will be returned by a much larger majority than has ever yet sent him to Parliament as the representative of Haverfordwest.