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-J LCWIS, GLYX COim^ POEMS. Just FublipSed, Prie" SOri Cloth, ri^HR First Part of the Historical Poems of Lewi*, |_ (ilyn Cothi, a Welsh Hard, who flourished in the 1 5th Century, during The contention* between thf? rivai Kose>, with a Synop^i* of their Contents; also, jpnea* logical Annotations in English, hv the Kev. John Jone<, Christ Church, Oxtortl, ami 'he Kev. Walter Davie*, of MatiAvon. Hump ohserve-i There I* no p;irt oi Ln^lnh Hisrorv, since be C :nr¡III."r, so oh^eure, so uncertain, as tii;i- of i ho w;irs bi.-rwern the rose* f.mnlon ¡¡ul;es. 15, L Grand, and T. G-»e. iVenhi^hj and inay lie had, by order, of any Bnokscl ;Pr. WEST OF ENGLAND AND SOUTH WALES DISTRICT BANK. rpHE DIRECTORS HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, S. that a n I V" [ (>N L) Oil Lf, C\Pl1AL STOCK r; 'h'1 OVI "Yo for tilP halt year ending the30ih J me ia; „• *:e rv<» OF I* IVP r re nr. per annum, WI: he paid to Proprietor* as 'hen Registered, on and after the 18'h day of e<; UST next, at the Central aud District Banks. JOHN B\TES. General Manager. Bristol, 14-th July, 1837. C'lu toe itrt. AND ENTERED UPON IMMEDIATELY, ALL that CAPITAL INN. "known bv 'lie name of the BEAUEOKT \KMS, in the Town of ('Jf ICK HO WELL. now occupied bv Mr Robert Shinpard. who is about to remove to the Georye Hotel, in the Town of \LIiltJdilo, Carmart1\pn,;hire. The Furniture, Fixtures, and Stock in Trade may be taken by Appraise- ment. if agreeable to the incoming Tenant. For f:1 ther particulars, apply to Mr obert Shippard, on the Premises it by letter. post paid. ilio fir firt, AND t:STERED UPON FIRST NOVEMBER NEXT, VFRY COMPACT HOUSE, situate iu tho .f Town of CAERPHILLY, calculated for a small Family; will he Let, (with or without a Two Stalled S-ible) at a moderate Kent. Application to be made (;f by Letter. poqaee paid) to Mr Evan Jacob. Lanishen or Ntr J;iro!> Jacob, Cardiff TWO POUNDS REWARD. WH!:RFASa >IAN' nampd JOHN WILLIA ilS, V ¡¡:e¿ about 35, ston: in person. Vive Feet, Seven a'id a It lif Inches high, dark complexion, dark hair, intermixed with a little grey, and dark brown whiskers, lias left his Wife and Seven Ci ildren chargeable to the Parish of Swansea. The above Reward will he paid to any person who will give such inrnrruatiou i may lead to his appre- hension. DAVID BEVAV. Swansea, July 19. IBoT. Relieving Officer. it&rr&irr (Tanal Company. ADJOURNED MEETING. HPHF. ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the 3 PUOPKiETORS of the A B E RI)\RE CANAL OOMPWV not having taken place on the 20th instant, as f,a, "rly Advertised. the same WILL NOW BEHELD on T!!L'I1"DY, the If) h day of ACGUST next, at the hour of Eleven in the Forenoon. JAMES pgTHF.RICK. Clerk to the Company. C,tii-tl Head. Aberdare, 20th July, 1S37. CYMDEITHAS '1' :ill £J _;t W ?:l' ::? THE following SUBJECTS and PRIZES are ottered by this Society and its Patrons, prepara- tory to their next Anniversary — •' Foi the best History of Newbridge and its neigh- bourhood," £ 2. 2. For tin* best Memoir of Thomas ah Evan ap Rhys, (Twin Iian Pi) s) the repated Glamorganshire pro- pnet. "2. 3. "For the best Englyn to be inscribed over the Library of the late Gwilytn Morg:tnw¡: £ (. 4. For the best 2 Hnglynion oil Industry "XL 5. "Fur the best Sont: in lieniorv of the late Evan Griffiths, E5<j, of Ciyncnch, Newbridge Tunc-Calon Dro/IJ, 12, hy W Thomas. Esq.. Court House. 6. For the nest Comic S'In\ to the Man oj two faces+1. hy a young Laiiy of Newbridge. 7. F r the best Female Singer with the Harp," 10s. by a Member f, fie Society. S. M HOT tK« b«« I'ettuillioa Singer," ia NewbriUge only. 10,. tiy the same. Wiili.im Price, Esq,, Surgeon, (who.se expressions are here insetted verbatim ) will give One Sovereign for each successful essay on the following subjects, viz: — Love, P ide, B'-iief, Faith. Superstition, Prejudice, Fume, ')pi:iion, Interc> Innocence. Kverv Writer is at liberty to write 5,000 words oil 1':1d1 of titeae themes, but not less than 2,000 will he accepted. Should any of the successful Ivssays have no other ijame than the fictitious one. the Prize shall be awarded by Cvinreigyddum for Priming the successful Essays. All communications on the subjects shall be addressed In H ¡]Irarns, New Inn, Newbridge, before the I t nf March. lHö. The primary object in offering the above Themes to the Pub ic, is to incline and encourage the Philosophic Genius of our Countrymen, to reveal the Trttth to every !"ron WHO thirsts for instruction, ill his native-Language. I here are some Persons of opinion, that it is absolutely I'pcpssarv for a Philosopher, wlteu he converses with the itniaittntei to dtess a little Truth in a heap of Falsehood "lis is ONE OF the false opinions established, and engraven 01\ the brain of Mall hy Tyranny, to enslave Mankind. II o iv ever, persons of all shades of opinions are invited, and welcome to indulge their talents iu expressing the J nitii as they please; but no Writer on anyone of these Tnemes shail receive the Prize, that is governed by the 1'1 e opinion in iustructiug our Countrymen in our native I.anglla>;e. Health, Intelligence, and Happiness, depend On know- ing rf". Truth; Disease, Ignorance, and Misery, are generated by Falsehood. The Motto of these Essays, i,, "Truth against Falsehood," This is the life; by this the Essays shall be judged; by Y GoLi-u fiLA". The Anniversary is fixed on Easter.Monday. 1838. 4 T A MEEIING ot the Frieuds of the Riht j- ik Honourable trie Lord Grllnvlle C H. Somerset, present in person or by letter, and whose name- are here- unto annexed, for considering the propriety of inviting his Lordship to a PUBLIC DIN\Elt, on the Dill ot the aporoachiug Election, at Monmouth, held at t,e nEU FO'ir klilis IVN, at UAGLAND, on VVEDNESDAY. the lOthJULY. l3:n, KICHAKD BLAKE MO It! Esq., iu the Ch.tir, It was resolved. That the individuals constituting this Meeting fully si-usinle ui the high character and qualifications oi Lord Granvilh- So iterset. and of the advantages derived not on!v to the County of Monmouth, but to the Kingdom at lame, from his services in Parliallwnt, and h"itl ansiot.s to testify ti- s. they entertain of those ser- vices, beg most respectfully to invite his Lordship to meet thciri a; a public Dllw.r. at the BEAUFORT A¡\!S INN, at MONMOLTlij ou the day of the ii.ecuon. i hat the following gentlemen be nominated a Cotti- '0 make the necessarv arrangements to give etlect to the foregoing resolution viz. — JOFIN E. W. ROLLS Esq. JOSEPH PKICE, Esq. FLEJf\flN G. r. H. 11 E, JOHV JOSEPH KANE, Esq. That app1¡ration< for tickets be made to the landlord at tiitt Heaufort Arms, at iVJouuiouth, and that the price of suc/i ttc»eis be 20s e.1ch. That a copy of these resolutions be forwarded by the Chairman to "Lord Grauvilie Somerset. That tttese resolutions be signed by the Chairman, and published in Ih" Timet atn. Standard London News- lJ" "pr.. the Merthyr Onut (lid11 and tne Moninouthikire Merlin. RICHARD B LA K EMOIIE. Pro:,o""ri by Nathaniel eils, Esq. and seconded by Jame5 J,I;"1II8. 1o."cl and unanimously resolved—Ilia? the thanks of the Meeting Iv; given to Mr lilakeinore fur bis readiness in taking the Chair, and conduct therein. Charles Morgan, Bart Tredegar Augustus Morgan.Ditto Vd haute1 vi els Piercefield T'ark. C<li¡¡.lIrs, Bateman Bettlioley House Joseph Bailey (sianusK Joneph Bailey. Jtm l/iuo J. K. W Roiis t' h (t H end re > F H. Williams <'oldbrook Vlrv Wiiiiain Curre. Itton Court (Ieorp anke I'he Florence Iit. J ,cill,¡1 L'S. 'Vi ¡ a 1(1 Otv; It lantygojtie Summers H,¡ur"; ..Sirhowy J Buckle Wyelands IG.i^rt Van* Court Si. Laureuce Jouu li :t!er Caerleon avid Carrnihers The Grondra Willi 2 m ^1 org an Abergavenny ¡;(,ur\, Pocock Beecn HIli J -epu Price Monmouth itiojtids Recce .I SK J J. ktine Monmouth H. H, r'emmtng. tL ■ • • Coeditncl 'fUUI!' a II ,,hes Abergavenny James Jenkins Ctiepatow Alexander \Vaddll1!;I.Uu L'SK J. S. Brown Tintern • C Brown Ditto I leiiry W ise •• .••••• C-ildtcot w.,rW. I'l. ioye.Cnepntoar Witftjfcfthovru Newport '"TXti^^r^iell M-onmouth T-A. LUI1S. UlilO •- • ¡\éÙAøér wrd.rI.lUtypool < _t jI. I Charles Tyler Ditto Thomas Tudor Wyesham l'hiip Price bergiivenny Philip Williams Works J. H. Winsioe .Treileck Wi! iimn Williams Vanty^lo Iron t>rks J D. Thomson Sunny Bank W. Matthews I'ontvpool T. Gabb Abergavenny arworth Monmouth William Williams \t>erbaiden Ii. Williams I1 sk James Richards Cwtncarvan J. Sbepsrd 1 sk C. H. Morgan Tmcnhnni House Tiiomas Trice Monuiouth T, L, Willitims. ^1 atheru Ja-r.es Williams Ditto Wliitam Powell I'aglaP Thomas r, y Joseph Cil.m¡.>iiu i'rosser. Devaudeti John J'robert Panl,.ague A. A. Isaacson.. oort M. M. Jones <M>odricli C. \lirch,,1 N'e v.istie J. Iiaiib I sk • ,I; e Stephen Parry Treileck Geo. W. Gabb Lanwennnrth C. VVilliaiiis Lwyn Celliu William Price I.anarth B.M.Bradford Chepsrow W. Turton Whitchurch Robert LVitn, Chepstow John Jones Ditto W H.Jane Ditto T. Brown Blaina Iron Works It ichard Morris Cnepstow Edward Lucas Monmouth .It Thomas Delahav. Lrishav Castle John M iund Ponty pool RI,, in Carter .Chepstow Tiiomas Briiigen Ditto Thomas Powell Newport E. H. Phillips Pontypool John Hodgkinson. Alteryn Thomas R. Williams .Newpart ( William Williams Ditto James Gilbert .St. Arvan'a pi Benjamin Taylor ''hepsto.v Sidney Vennor,Newport Henry Vennor Ditto • It Wr Purctias Pilstnne George Lloyd Whitebrook J. Yirwortti Trerew Td lY SMOTHER. ELECTORS IN THE LAIPORTANT COUNTY OF GLAMORGAN. M R DILLWYN, bv his resignation, lias con- ferred a great boon upon the County. The present is a very important erisi-th welfare of our Country has been brought to the brink of an awful precipice, by the present Radical Half-Popery Ministers. I appeal to vou—have not Melbourne, Rus-ell, 0,(,(,n- tiell, and Co., done all in their power to lower and weaken the standard of Protestantism and to lift up and strengthen the standard of Popery Probably, many of my brother electors are ready to say, there is no person more proper and worthy to he our Member, together with Mr Talbot, than Mr Guest, of Dowlais. —Now, I differ verv widely from you—I think it would be difficult to fix upon a person so very improper as Mr Guest is. I refused him my vote a few days ago-and I will tell you why: 1. Because his warmest supporters are Socinians and Infidels I-and they would never willingly and cordially support any man that was a r2-al friend to our glorious Constitution for their constant employment is to shew their gr 'at enmity and hatred towards ever N, institution in Church and State. t\.nd I cannot expect that the blessing of the Great Ruler of the world, will accom- pany the Parliamentary conduct of the man of their choicp. 2. Because he has identified himself, in Parliament, with a party whose very names stink in the nostrils of every true lover of his Country. ] allude more espe- cially to such men ;is O'Connell. Hume, Roebuck, Grore, Warburton, Morefon, G'ullv!—m.-n wIw cannot be called hv any other nam;: but "Destructives and Revolutionists"—men that are working hard, day an.1 night, to destroy our Constitution, in order to esta- blish Republicanism. Now. Ifr Guest's votes in Parlia- ment, prove clearly that he is of very near political kin to these gentlemen. A man is known bv the company he keeps. Beside^, Air Guest told a friend of mine, some time ago, that lie had no doubt our Country would soon become like happy, flourishing Amerièa-without a lillg, and without an Established Church 3. Because lie believes that the Revenue of the Church is a public property—in other words, that the State has power to rob the Church, apply the spoil to State purposes, or to any purpose Parliament fay choose—nay, give it to payoff the National D -hi—,tr to support Popery—Idolatry!! Now, brother electors, allow me seriously to ask you, do you believe that any gentleman in the land can shew a better and it more ancient title to hi, private property, than the Church can to her Revenues J And, if the Church be plun- dered, can you tell me how nimy days will elapse, before an attempt \.ill be nlade to deprive every gen- tleman of his'p'ivate property—before we shall have a revolution tiirougliout the whole Country ? Who can deny the power of a Parliament, aided and awed by a hungry, depredating mob, to do whatever it likes. 4. Because he voted for the expulsion of the Bishops from Parliament—in other words, lie voted to remov e the greatest and strongest impediment to the extension of infidelity, and all kind of irreligion. It is owing, chiefly, to the powerful infuence our Christian Bishops have in the House of Lords, that the most wicked and A uti-Protestant measures are not introduced and sanc- tioned in that House, as well as in tlie House of Com- mons. Don't be bamboozled, ye brave men of Glamor- gan, by any plausible, vague, and Jesuitical explana- tion. This i; the real cause whv the Radicals, in and out of Parliament, are so anxious to get the Bishops out of the House of Lords, and not any wish, as it is speciously advanced, "to relieve them of their Par- liamentary duties-that they might have more oppor- tunity of doing good in their respective dioceses." 5. Because he wishes to admit Dissenters to our Universities, not onlv those that we call "Orthodox Di.pntPr,s\1ch as believe and embrace the essentials of Christianity, but all kinds of Dissenters, Papists, Socinians, Jews, Turks, Inliilels, or f ahometans II Now, if the doors of our Universities were thrown open to such a heterogeneous mass of sinners, could the Christian Religion be taught in them ? Would you venture to send your sons into such hells of tempta- Mon Could anv young men, fearing God; stay and live in such an infectious atmosphere ? And will you support a man that would give a helping hand, thus to po son and destroy our present Protestant Universities > t). Because he is a friend to Free Trade -in other words, an eneinv to Agriculture; for, if Free Trade were esta- blished, every farmer in Glamorganshire would in- evitably he soon ruined We all know that Corn would be sent into this Country, milch cheaper than any farmer here can possibly grow ir 1 I heard Mr Guest, himself, say, at a public meeting in Cardiff, That we were a "u¿nlf"ctllring and notan agricultural people "—Now, we will suppose, that Free Trade were established, and the, Farming Interest destroyed—that we were sup- plied with Corn, fee., from Foreign Ports. We are slul- denly at war with the surrounding nations What could we do for bread then ? It would be useless to expect it from abroad- they- are now our enemies-and it would be useless to look for a sufficient supply at home, for Free Trade has ruined our Farmers t Now, Brother Electors, 1"1 me entreat vou impartially to weigli these few reasons that have enabled me (anil 1 am a Whig: of the Old School) to make up my mind what to do at the approaching Election, namely, to give my undivided support to a i.iheral Conservative, who will do all in his power to reform all real and ac- knowledged ahuses-and. at the same time, do all in his power to preserve our Constitution in Church and State, in its glory and integrity. CYMKU ANWYL.be true to your Country, your Religion, and your God, and vote for no man that is, POLITICALLY, an enemy to your best interests as men and as Christians. ANTI-GUEST. TO THE FREE, INDEPENDENT AND TEMPERATE lJj !J,¡ J.l:j rJ) c])ill OF THE COUNTY or GLAMORGAN. GENTLEMEN, \S an unbiassed and true Friend to our Con- stitution, and without reference to any violent Party Feelings on the momentous Question which you wiil, shortly, he called upon to decide, allow me to daw your attention to a few observarious, calmly and deli- berately considered, as regards the Sentiments of LORD ADARE and hi, opponent, Mr G! EST. LO RD A D A H E ha, avowed himself to be, not a Tory, (although his Enemies designate him as such) but a CONSERVATIVE. Air GUEST, 011 the contrary, has, by the many and various V ot.es he has given in the Com- mons' House of Parliament, proved himself to be a DESTRUCTIVE vet, in truth, there are no real and true CONS ERV ATI V ES. hut tlwse who wish to preserve the Monarchy. Tin Destructives wish to preserve neither the Monarchy, nor the Aristocracy, but they want to elevate the Democratic part of the Constitution above the Monarchy ami the Aristocracy, which would, and doubtless will, ultimately destroy both, an.1 that is the reason why they are termed DESTRUCTIVES. Unless the TtlftHE ORDERS of the ST ATE are pretty nearly on a level, there must be an end of our happy Constitu- tion; far he it from vne, as an Independent Elector, to wisli to depress the Democratic part, if the other two were gaining the ascendancy in that respect, I would advocate perfect Equality, although, if it were necessary to ^iv.; the preponderance to either, it should be to the Monarchy. A Nation can very soon put an end to the ravagas of a King. but you might as well attempt to tem the tide, as to repress the ravages of a Democratic Government. Look to Prance, in the time of Louis the 16th-look to England in that of Charles the 1st-nay, look to all history. There are many who never read of the past events, and are, therefore, unable to judge of the fatal results of the steps they pursue. There are some who d, read, but they are looking only for power; yet, even they forget, that all will ultimately conclude with a /)e,<1.JuIÎe Jfilitary Lsnrpation. Let us, therefore, bo for Quet-i, Lords and Commons united. Let iis, in fact, support our Glorious Constitution. Let us, with one heart and one voice, say, Success to ADARE, as I a Conservative, and may. he long livato represent us on the free and noble Principles which he advocates." AMICUS P.\TRIÆ, ""Jnse¡¡, 20tu JLdy, 18J7. J 1tW1f XII-LMOEGANBHZSS SLIECTJIGN. r|'HE COMMITTEE for CONDUCTING the I I'.Lr/'TlON Ot' LORD A r" E sit daily at the WYNOHAM ARMS INN. at B'tlDGFAU, where It i requested ali communications may be .,Idresie,i. I'he High Sheriff ha, fixed TUESDAY, the 1st of AUGUST, for the Nomination of Candidates. Wyudham Arms Inn, 17th July, lfyH. í/HJ Q.) Ql U Ij) ¿}J GLAMORGANSHIRE TO N" IT. r HO\YEL GWYN, Esquire, Stict-iff of the 5 County of Glamorgan, having received her Majesty's Writ. uiuier the Great Seal of Great Britain, for the ELECTION OF TWO KNIGHTS to serve for this County in the Parliament to be holdcn at the Citv of. Westminster, on the Eleventh day of September next ensuing, do, in obedience to the said Writ, «nd of the several S'atnte* in 1 h it case made and provided. HEREBY PROCLAIM AND GIVE PUT! Tl, a: a will be bidden at the TOWN HALL, in the Town of R H I OG EN n, in and for the said County,on TUESDAY 1st day of AUGUST next, at nine of the clock in tbeFore- noon Pursuant to the Statutesip that case made arid pro- vided, I shall proceed to such Election, when and where all Persons interested therein will be heard, and are to give their attendance accordingly. Dated the twentieth day of July, one thousand, eight hundred and thiitv- seven. HOWEL GWVN, Sheriff. rJ J) U) [J (!J L:?J BOROUGH OF MERTHYR. IN* Pursuance of n Precept from HOWEL GWYN, Esquire, High Sheriff of the County of Glamorgan, 'o me directed and delivered, 1. WILLIAM THOMAS, Esquire. DO HEREBY PROCLAIM and GIVE NOTICE, that an ELECTION of ione BUllGESS for the Borough of MERT.'lYR TIDVIL, in the County of GLAMORGAN, of the most sufficient and discreet to serve iu the Parliament, to be hoi den at W EST vl I N'sTER, on the Eleventh tiny of SEPTEMBER next eusuing, -ill be held at the VES'L I ItY R(-)Olf, in the saiu Borough of Merthyr Tidvil. on MONDAY, the Twenty-fourth day of JULY inst., at the hour of "Twelve of the Clock I in the Forenoon. Dated the Twentieth day of July, 1837. WILLIAM THOMAS. Heturniny Officer. Carmarthenshire Election. WHEREAS, 1, the Undersigned, High Sheriff TT of the County of CARMARTHEN', have re- ceived her Majesty's WRIT OF ELECTION, bearing teste at Westminster, the lith day of July instant, and to me directed and delivered, commanding me (as such Sheri.Vj to cause (proclamation thereof and ef the time and place of Election being tirst dilly made) that I cause Two Knights of the most fit and discreet, girt with swords, to he elected to s i ve in Parliament, for the said County, in manner in and by the said W rit commanded. I, therefore, in obedience to the said Writ, HJREBY PROCLAIM and GIVE NOTICE, that, at a Special County Court, to be held at the SHIRE HALL, in the Town of LLAN DI LO FAAV R, in the said CI)llnty, on THURSDAY, the Third day of A U GUST, next ensuing, between the kours of Eight and Eleven of the clock in the forenoon of the same day, I shall proceed and cause Two Knights of the Shire, girt with swords, to be elected to serve in Parliament, for the said County of Carmarthen, according to the form of the stMute in that rase made and provided, as by the said Writ [ am com- manded. Dated this 21st day of July, 1837. W. H. WILSON, Sheriff. TO THE ELE0TO5I8 OP THE County of Glamorgan. GENTLEMEN, MY first Address was in print before I had been iT many hours in the County, and want of time prevented me from then alluding to many topics upon which you must naturally feel anxious to know my opinions this, I trust, will serve as an apology for thus again troubling you at greater length. By birth, education and conviction, a member of the Church of England, as by law established, I o yet entertain no other than the most friendly feel- ings towards those who conscientiously dissent from that Church, which many of thelll, by the purity of their lives and the soundness of their doctrines, would eminently adorn; this it is that mrkes me deeply regret that any ditlerence of opinion upon points of comparatively minor importance, should, in a degree, disunite those whom I wouldgladly see combining their efforts for the cause of true Re- ligion, against the attacks of a common enemy. Entertaining these views, I shall readily support any measure by which the reparation of our sacred edifices, and a provision for the national worship, may be secured in a more acceptable way than by the present system of Church Rates, and, at the same tiiiip, the just interests of the Establishment be duly preserved an Establishment which has at all times been the bulwark, and is now, more espe- cially, needed for the protection of our common Protestant Faith. I cannot consent to the alienation of Church property from purposes strictly Ecclesiastical, and should therefore oppose the principle of the Ap- propriation Clause. Any improvement of Church discipline, for the sake of that Church, I shall readily uphold and I shall give my best consideration and support to the proposition for securing, by law, the better ob- servance of the Lord's Day, so as to protect the religiously disposed of the working classes, with- out unduly interfering with the liberties of any of our fellow subjects. With respect to the New Poor Lav* Act, I am willing to hope that in principle it will be found to be an improvement upon the old system; but I shall readily agree to any alteration of its details, by which its operations may be rendered as easy as possible to tbe old and infirm poor. I am decidedly opposed to the introduction of any system of Voting by Ballot at Elections—complete secrecy would, I think, be impracticable, and any such measure would, in my opinion, tend to destroy public and private confidence, and lessen the salu- tary influence which publicity in voting must ever exercise upon both electors and elected. I have thus Gentlemen, endeavoured to lay be- fore you, as plainly and as briefly as I could, my sentiments' upon some of the subjects of most gene- ral Importance ut the present crisis, and shall be happy at all times to give you any further expla- nation in my power. The speedy Dissolution of Parliament will render it impossible for me to pay my. respects in person to all of you before the Election, but I shall take the earliest opportunity of doing so which circumstances will allow. I have I he honour to remain, Gentlemen, Your faithful and obedient Servant, ADARE.

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