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Source: Bell's Weekly Messenger, No.1831, Sunday, May 1, 1831


Denbigh—Mr. Myddleton Biddulph is again coming forward ; he voted on the right side.

Denbighshire—Sir W. W. Wynn, it is said, is likely to be relieved from the onerous duties of a knight of the shire. Colonel Hughes, of Kinnoul, and one or two others, are named as probable candidates.

Flintshire—Sir John Hamner, anti-reformer, and Mr. Lloyd Mostyn, on the other side are in the field.

Monmouth—Mr. B. Ball will start here against the Marquis of Worcester, who opposed the Reform bill.

Monmouthshire—In consequence of the vote of Lord G. C. H. Somerset against the measure, the reformers have invited Mr. Adam Williams, of Llangibby Castle, to come forward, free of expense; and he has accepted the invitation.

Pembrokeshire—Mr. Fulke Greville starts in the independent interest against Sir John Owen, who has been against the bill both on the second reading and of General Gascoyne's amendment.