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(20.) Divisions and Polling Places.

42.-COUNTY OF BRECON.

Brecon.—The old borough of Brecon, and the extra-parochial districts of the Castle and Christ's College.

43.-COUNTY OF CAERMARTHEN.

Caermarthen District. Carmarthen.—The old borough of Caermarthen.

Liznelly.- From the point in Wern-y-Goosy meadow on the north-west of the town at which the old course of the stream, which is the old borough boundary, makes a sharp turn, in a straight line to the southern extremity of the western fence of Cae Mawr Issa field; thence, northward, along the fence of the Cae Mawr Issa field to the point at which the same meets the wall a bich is the western boundary of Furnace Garden ; thence along the said wall to the point at which the same meets Pen-y-Fai lane; thence along Pen-y-Fai lane to the point at which the same meets the Caermarthen road; thence in a straight line to the north-western corner of the garden of Cae Mawr cottage, lately burnt down; thence along the fence which divides the garden of Cae Mawr cottage and the field Cae Isha from the ft!d Cae-ycha to the point at which the same meets the fence which divides the field Cae-ycba from the field Cae-bank; thence along the last-mentioned fence to the northern corner of the field Cae-bank; thence in a straight line through the southern extremity of the north-eastern boundary of the field Cae-bank, across the tramroad, to the old borough boundary; thence, eastward, along the old borough boundary to the point first described.

44.-COUNTY OF CARDIGAN.

Cardigan District. Aberystwith. From the outermost point of the rock Graig-lais on the sea coast visible from the point next described, in a straight line to the northern extremity of the stone wall which divides the land called Pant-y-gyrn from the land called Frón; thence along the said wall to the point at which the same meets the wall which divides the land Pant-y-gyrn from the land Frón-uchaf; thence, eastward, along the boundary of Frôn-uchaf to the turnstile at ihe south-eastern corner thereof; thence in a straight line to the mill in the tanyard near the road leading to Llanbadarn-fawr; thence in a straight line to the wooden dam just abore Plas-greig; thence, south ward, along the boundary of the old borough to the sea coast; thence along the sa coast to the point first described.

Adpar.-The old borough of Adpar and the bamlet of Emlyn in the parish of Cepparth.

Cardigan.—The old borough of Cardigan, and also Bridgend hamlet and
Abbey hamlet in the parish of St. Dogmel in the county of Pembroke.

Lampeler.-From the point on the Creithin-brook at which the northern boundary of the Glebe meets the boundary of the old borough, along the northern boundary of the Glebe to the point at which the same meets again the boundary of the old borough ; thence, northward, along the boundary of the old borough to the point first described.

(20.) Divisions and Polling Places.

45.-COUNTY OF CARNARVON.

Carnarvon District.

Bangor.–From the point on the north-east of the town at which the road
from the park wall of Penrhyn castle to the Menai Straits joins the Menai
Straits at the high-water mark, along the said road to the point at which the
same meets the said park wall; thence, westward, along the said park wall
to the entrance gate to Lime grove; thence in a straight line across the
road to the nearest point in the boundary wall immediately opposite, which
bounds a field belonging to Lime Grove; thence along the said boundary
wall to the point at which the river Cegin enters the grounds of
Pennant, Esq.; thence along the river Cegin to the bridge across the
Shrewsbury road; thence in a straight line to a square brick seat or monu-
ment situate on a knoll in a field called Cae Pant; thence in a straight
line to the nearest point of the road to Felin Esgob; thence in a straight
line to the nearest point of the road to Brynniau; thence in a straight line
to the point at which the road from Bangor to the Menai bridge leaves the
road from Bangor to Carnarvon; thence along the said road to the Menai
bridge, in the direction of such bridge, to the gate on the right-hand side
which opens into an occupation road leading to Penrallt; thence in a
straight line to the point at which the low-water mark in the Straits of
Menai would be cut by a straight line to be drawn from the gate last de-
scribed to the windmill called Llandegfan mill, which is on the opposite
side of the straits; thence along the said low-water mark to the point thereof
which is nearest to the point first described; thence in a straight line to the
point first described.

Carnarvun.—The old borough of Carnarvon.
Conway.The old borough of Conway.
Cricceith.—The old borough of Cricceith.
Nerin.-The old borough of Nevin.

Pullheli.- From the south-western extremity of the boundary of the old borough on the sea coast, along the boundary of the old borough (leaving the sea coast) to the point at which the same is met by a small stream called “ Afongoegen ;" thence along the said stream to the bridge called

Sarn, or Pont-penmaen;" thence along the southern branch of the said stream to the point at which the same meets the boundary of the old borough ; thence, northward, along the boundary of the old borough to the point at which the same meets a road leading from Deneio church into the Carnarvon road ; thence along the said road from Deneio church to the point at which the same is cut by the fence of a field called “ Cae Fynnow." in the occupation of Hugh Williams of Bryn Crin; thence along the lastmentioned fence to the point at which the same cuts an occupation road leading from Bryn Crin farmhouse into the Carnarvon road; thence along the said occupation road to the point at which the same joins the Carnarvon road; thence, northward, along the Carnarvon road to the point at which the same is met by a road on the right leading to Abereirch ; thence along the said road to Abereirch to the point at which the same meets a road leading from Pwllheli to Tremadoc; thence in a straight line to the sea, at the nearest point; thence, westward, along the sea coast to the point first described.

46,-COUNTY OF DENBIGH.

Denbigh District.
Denbigh. The old borough of Denbigh.
Holt. The old horough of Holt.

Rutkin.-The old borough of Ruthiu.

(20.) Dirisions Wrexham.—The respective townships of Wrexham Abbot and Wrexham and Polling Regis; and also such part of the township of Esclusam-below as is sur- Places. rounded by the townships of Wrexham Abbot and Wrexham Regis, or one of tbem.

47.--COUNTY OF FLINT.

Flint District.
St. Asaph.- From the point on the north-west of the town at which the
boardary of the township of Talar meets the river Elwy, westward, along
the boundary of the township of Talar, to the Green Gate bridge over the
bruok Nant-y-franol; thence along the brook Naut-y-franol to the point at
abich the same meets the Holyhead road; thence, eastward, along the
Holyhead road to the point at which the same is met by the boundary of
the township of Talar; thence, eastward, along the boundary of the town.
ship of Talar to the point at which the same meets the boundary of the
township of Bryn Polin; thence, southward, along the boundary of the
township of Bryn Polin to the point at which the same meets the Upper
Denbigh road; thence, northward, along the Upper Denbigh road to the
poigt at which the same is met by a road or lane leading to Ysguborgoed;
thence along such road or lane leading to Ysguborgoed to the point at
which the same meets the river Clwyd; thence along the river Clwyd to
the point at which the same is met by the southern boundary of the town-
ship of Cyrehynan; thence in a straight line to the point first described.

Caergwyle. The old borough of Caergwyle.
Caerwys.-The old borough of Caerwys.
Flint. The old borough of Flint.

Holywell.–From the boundary stone on the hill Pen-y-bryn, and on the westem side of the hedge (which is between the cottage occupied by William Williams and the south-eastern corner of the plantation of Richard Sankey, Esq.), in a straight line to the boundary stone of the township of Holywell which is on the eastern side of the St. Asaph road; thence in a straight line to a bridge (in the lane leading to and past Greenfield Hall) over a watercourse running into the river Dee; thence, eastward, along the said watercourse to the point at which the same meets the boundary of the township of Greenfield; thence, southward, along the boundary of the township of Greenfield to the point at which the same meets the boundary of the township of Holywell; thence along the eastern and southern or exterior boundary of the township of Holywell to the boundary stone first described.

Mold.—The township of Mold.
Overton.—The old borough of Overton.
Rkuddlan.—The old borough of Rhuddlan.

48.-COUNTY OF GLAMORGAN. Merikyr Tydvil-From the point on the north of Merthyr Tydvil at which the northern boundary of the hamlet of Gellydeg meets the river called the Great Taff, northward, along the Great Taff, to the point at which the same is cut by the southern fence of Cilsanos common; thence, eastward, along the fence of Cilsanos common to the point at which the same cuts the Brecon road; thence, southward, along the Brecon road to the point at which the same meets the Vainor road ; thence, eastward, along the Vainor road to the point at which the same meets a bye road leading to Cefn-coed-y-Cwymner; thence in a straight line to the point at which the Little Taff would be cut by a straight line to be drawn from the point last described to the soutliern mouth of a culvert on the eastern side of the Little

(20.) Divisions Taff; thence, up the Little Taff, along the boundary of the parish of and Polling

Merthyr Tydvil to the point at which the Cam Bargoed stream is joined Places. by a little brook from the Coli ravine; thence in a straight line to the north

eastern corner of the stone fence of Pen-dwy-cae Vawr farm; thence along the road which passes Pen-dwy-cae Vawr farmhouse to the point at which the same meets the mountain track from Dowlais to Quakers Yard; thence, southward, along the said track, between the farms of Pen-dwy-cae Vach and Pen-dwy-cae Vawr, to the point at which such track meets a road running nearly due west, by a stone quarry, to Pen-y-rhw Gymra cottage; thence along the last-mentioned road to the point at which the same reaches the southern side of Pen-y-rhw Gymra cottage; thence in a straight line to the point at which the southern boundary of Troed-y-rhw farm meets the Cardiff road; thence along the southern boundary of Troed-y-rh w farm to the point at which the same meets the Great Taff; thence in a straight line to the bridge over the Cardiff canal called Pont-y-nant Maen ; thence, north ward, along the Cardiff canal to the point at which the same is intersected by the Cwmdu brook; thence along the Cwmdu brook'to its source; thence in a straight line drawn due west to the boundary of the parish of Aberdare; thence, south ward, along the boundary of the parish of Aberdare to the point at which the same meets the boundary of the hamlet of Gellydeg; thence, eastward, along the boundary of the hamlet of Geilydeg to ihe point first described.

Cardiff District.
Cardiff:—The old borough of Cardiff; and so much, if any, of either
or both of the respective parishes of St. John and St. Mary as lies without
the old borough.

Cowbridge.—The old borough of Cowbridge.
Llantrissent.—the old borough of Llantrissent.

Swansea District.

Aberavon.– From the point on the south of the town at which the river Avon falls into the sea, north ward, along the eastern boundary of the hamlet of Havod-y-Porth, to that point in a stone fence which is immediately opposite a small round pool; thence along the said stone fence to the point at which the same meets a lane or path leading to a small cottage; thence along such lane or path to the ford across the brook immediately opposite Margam chapel; thence along the road to Dyffrynucha to the point at which the same meets the railroad from the Tai-bach copper Works to Michalston; thence, north ward, along the said railroad to the point at which the same crosses a small stream running into the river Avon; thence along the sai stream to the point at which the same falls into the river Avon; thence in a straight line to the point at which a stream which runs through the Cwm Bychan Ravine falls into the river Avon; thence along the last mentioned stream to the point at which the same meets the boundary of the parish of Baglan ; thence, southward, along the boundary of the parish of Baglan to the point at which the same meets the boundary of the parish of Aberavon; thence, westward, along the boundary of the parish of Aberavou to the point at which the boundary of the old borough leaves the same; thence along the boundary of the old borough to the point at which the same meets the boundary of the hamlet of Havod-y-Porth; thence, southward, along the boundary of the hamlet of Havod-y-Porth to the point first described.

Kenfig.-The old borough of Kenfig.
Loughor.-The old borough of Loughor.

Neath.– From the point lowest down the river Neath at which the boundary of the old borough leaves the river Neath, along the boundary of the old borough, leaving the river Neath, to the point at which Caerfwell ditch joins the river Neath ; thence along Caerfwell ditch to the point at which

the same meets the lane called Heol-Morfa ; thence along the lane lleol- (20.) Dirisions
Morfa to the point at which the same joins the high road to Merthyr ; and Polling
thence along the high road to Merthyr to the point at which the road to Placrs.
Povtardawey leaves the same; thence along the road to Pontardawey to
the point at which the same is joined by a lane called Rheol-y-glow;
thence along the Jane Rheol-y-glow to the point at which the same meets
a brook; thence along such brook to the point at which the same meets
Kbeul-wern-fraith lane; thence along Rheol-wern-fraith lane to the point
at which the same is cut by a fence forming the north-western boundary of
Cae-anddaw field; thence along the last-mentioned fence to the point at
which the same meets the brook running to Nantlyros ; thence along the
brock running to Nantlyros to the point at which the same joins the canal;
thence along the canal to the point at which the same crosses the stream
Clydach; thence along the stream Clydach to the point at which the same
joins the river Neath; thence along the river Neath to the point first
described.

Seansea — From the point at which the northern boundary of the parish
of St. John is crossed by the road to Llangefelach church, northward,
along the road to Llangefelach church to the point at which the same is
joined by a lane called Rheol-y-cnap; thence along the lane Rheol-y-cuap,
aod along a lane which is a continuation thereof, and which joins the turn-
pike road to Neath opposite the Llandwr engine, to the point at which such
last-mentioned lane joins the turnpike road to Neath ; thence, north ward,
along the turnpike road to Neath to the point at which the same is joined,
between the Duke's Arms public-house and a blacksmith's shop, by a road
leading towards Clàs Moni farm; thence along the last-mentioned road to
the point at which the same is met, opposite the lane from Pen-lan com-
monly called Pen-lan road, by a track leading to a well head; thence along
the said track to the point at which the same reaches the said well head;
thence along the stream which flows from the said well head to the point
at which the said stream falls into the stream called Nant Velin; thence
along the stream Nant Velin to the point at which the same crosses the
road which leads from Morriston into the road from Llangefelach church
to the bridge over the river Tasey; thence along the said road from Mor-
riston to the point at which the same joins the road from Llangefelach
church to the bridge over the river Tawey ; thence along the last-mentioned
road to the point at which the same reaches the said bridge over the river
Tawes; thence, eastward, along the turnpike road to Neath to the point
at shich the same is met near the Star public-house by a lane which leads
from the southern extremity of the parish of Llansamlet, over Cilfay hill
and by Bon-y-maen, to Llansamlet church; thence along the last-mentioned
late to the point at which the same meets the boundary of the hamlet of
St. Thomas near Tregwl; thence, eastward, along the boundary of the
hamlet of St. Thomas to the point at which the same meets the boundary
of the town and franchise; thence, westward, along the boundary of the
tan and franchise to the point at which the same meets the boundary of
the parish of St. John ; thence, westward, along the boundary of the parish
of si

. John to the point first described.

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49.-COUNTY OF MONTGOMERY.

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Montgomery District.
Llanfyllin.- From the southern extremity, on the north-west of the town,
of the private road which leads from the Llangynog turnpike road to Bod-
fach Hall

, along the said private road to the point at which the same is met
by the boundary of the field Cae Evan Griffith; thence, north ward, along
die boundary of the field Cae Evan Griffith to the point at which the same
meets the boundary of the field Maes Ucha; thence, eastward, along the
boundary of the field Maes Ucha to the point at which the same meets the
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