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Boundaries of the Welsh Boroughs, us settled by the

Reform Bili.
(Continued from vol. IV. page

420.)

SOUTH WALES-COUNTY OF BRECON.

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

COUNTY OF CAERMARTHEN.-CAERMARTHAN DISTRICT.

Caermarthen. The old borough of Caermarthen.

Llanelly. From the point in Wern-y-Goosy Meadow, north-west of the town at which old course of stream, the old borough boundary makes a sharp turn, in a straight line to the southern extremity of the west fence of Cae Mawr Isa field; thence, northward, along the fence of Cae Mawr Isa field to the point, at which the same meets a wall, the western boundary of the 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 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 dividing the garden of Caer Mawr cottage, and the field Cae Isa from the field Cae-ucha, to the point at which the same meets the fence dividing the field Cae-ucha 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-east boundary of the field Cae-bank. across the Tram road, to the old borough boundary; thence, eastward, along the old borough boundary to the point first described.

COUNTY OF CARDIGAN,CARDIGAN DISTRICT.

Aberystwyth. From the outermost point of the rock Graig-las on the sea coast visible from the point next described, in a straight line to the northern extremity of the stone wall dividing the land called Pant-y-gyrn from the land called Frôn; thence along the said wall to the point at which the same meets the wall dividing the land Pant-y gyrn from the land Frôn-uchaf; thence, eastward, along the boundary of Frôn-uchaf to the turnstile at the south-east corner thereof; thence in a straight line to the mill in the tan-yard near the road leading to Llanbadarn-fawr ; thence in a straight line to the wooden dam just above Plas-greig; thence, southward, along the boundary of the old borough to the sea coast; thence along the sea coast to the point first described.

Adpar. The old borough of Adpar and hamlet of Emlyn in the parish of Cennarth.

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

Lampeter. From the point on the Greithin-brook at which the northern boundary of the Glebe meets the boundary of the old borough, along the north 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.

COUNTY OF GLAMORGAN.

Merthyr Tydvil. From the point, northward, 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 where the same

is eut by the southern fence of Cilsanos common; thence, eastward, along the fence of Cilsanos common to the point where the same cuts the Brecon road; thence, southward, along the Brecon road to the point where the same meets Vainor road; thence, eastward, along the Vainor road to the point where the same meets the by-road leading to Cefn-coed-y-Cwymner; thence in a straight line to the point where Little Taff would be cut by a straight line drawn from the point last described to the southern mouth of Culvert, on the eastern side of the Little Taff; thence, up the Little Taff, along the boundary of the parish of Merthyr Tydvil, to the point where Cwm Bargoed stream is joined by a little brook from 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 passing Pen-dwy-cae Vawr farmhouse to the point where the same meets the Mountain track from Dowlais to the Quaker's yard; thence, southward, along the said track between the farms of Pen-dwy-cae Vach and Pen-dwy-cae Vawr, to the point where such track meets the road running nearly due west by the stone quarry, to Peny-rhw Gymra cottage; thence along the last-mentioned road to the point wbere the same reaches the southern side of Pen-y-rhw Gymra cottage; thence in a straight line to the point where the southern boundary of Troedy-rhw farm meets the Cardiff road; thence along the southern boundary of Troed-y-rhw farm to the point where the same meets Great Taff; thence in a straight line to the bridge over Cardiff canal calleà Pont-y-nant Maen; thence, northward, along the Cardiff canal to the point where the same is intersected by Cwmdu brook; thence along Cwmdu brook to its source; thence in a straight line due west to the boundary of the parish of Aberdare; thence, southward, along the boundary of Aberdare to the point where the same meets the boundary of the hainlet of Gellydeg; thence, eastward, along the boundary of Gellydeg to the point first described.

CARDIFF DISTRICT.

Cardiff. The old borough of Cardiff; and so much, if any, of either or boch of the parishes of St. John and St. Mary as lies without the old borough.

Cowbridge. The old borough of Cowbridge.
Llantrisant. The old borough of Llantrisant.

SWANSEA DISTRICT.

Aberavon. From the point on the south of the town at which the river Avon falls into the sea, northward, along the eastern boundary of the hamlet of Havod y-porth, to that point in the stone fence immediately opposite a small round pool: thence along the said stone fence to the point at which the same meets the lane or path leading to a small cottage; thence along the 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 rail-road from Tai-bach copper works to Michalston; thence, northward, along the said rail-road to the point at which the same crosses a small stream running into the Avon; thence along the said stream to the point at which the same falls into the Avon; thence in a straight line to the point at which the stream running through Cwm Bychan Ravine falls into the 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 to the point at which the sa meets the boundary of the parish of Aberavon; thence, along the boundary of Aberavon, to the point at which the boundary of the old borough leaves the same; thence

along the boundary of the hamlet of Havod-y-porth; thence, southward, along the boundary of the hamlet of Ilavod-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 Neath, along the boundary of the old borough, leaving the Neath, to the point at which the Caerfweli ditch joins the Neath; thence along the Caerfwell ditch to the point at which the same meets the lane called Heol-morfa ; thence along the lane Hoel-morfa to the point at which the same joins the high road to Merthyr; thence along the high road to Merthyr to the point at which the road to Pontardawey 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 lane Rheol-y-glow to the point at which the same meets a brook; thence along the brook to Rheol-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-cadnaw field; thence along the last-mentioned fence to the point at which the same meets the brook running to Nantlyros; thence along the brook 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 Neath; thence along the Neath to the point first described.

Swansea. From the point at which the northern boundary of the parish of St. John is crossed by the road, the Llangefelach church, northward, along the road to Llangefelach church, to the point at which the same is joined by the lane called Rheol-y-cnap; thence along the lane Rheol-ycnap, and along the lane a continuation thereof, joining the turnpike road to the Neath opposite Llandwr engine, to the point at which the last-mentioned lane joins the turnpike road to the Neath; thence, northward, 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 the road leading towards Clas Mont Farm; thence along the last-mentioned road to the point at which the same is met, opposite the lane from Pen-lan, called the Pen lan road, by a track leading to the Well Head; thence along the said track to the point at which the same reaches the Well Head; thence along the stream fowing 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 leading from Morriston into the road from Llangefelach church to the bridge over the river Tawey; thence along the said road from Morriston to the point at which the same joins the road from Llangefelach church to the bridge over the Tawey; thence along the last-mentioned road to the point at which the same reaches the bridge over the Tawey; thence, eastward, along the turnpike road to the Neath to the point at which the same is met near the Star public-house by a lane leading from the southern extremity of the parish of Llansamlet, over Cilfay hill and by Bon-y-maen, 10 Llansamlet church; thence along the last-mentioned lane to the point at which the same meets the boundary of the hamlet of St. Thomas, near Tregwl; thence, eastward, along the boundary 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 town and franchise to the point which the neets the boundary of the parish of St. John; thence, westward, along the boundary of the parish of St. John, to the point first described.

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COUNTY OF PEMBROKE.HAVER FORDWEST DISTRICT.

Fishguard. From the point at which the low-water mark would be cut by a straight line drawn thereto from the gate of the fort, through the eastern extremity of the southern wall of the fort, in a straight line to the gate of the fort; thence in a straight line to the north-western corner of Parc-y-Morfa meadow; thence along the western fence of Parc-y-Morfa meadow to the south-western corner thereof; thence in a straight line to the highest point of Parc-y-Morfa rock; thence in a straight line to the north-western corner of the fence dividing the Glyn Amel property from the property of Mr. Vaughan; thence, southward, along the said fence of the Glyn Amel property to where the same meets the northern stream of the river Gwaine; thence up the said stream to where the same meets the boundary of the old borough; thence, eastward, along the boundary of the old borough to the point at which the same meets the low-water mark; thence, eastward, along the low-water mark to the point first described.

Haverfordwest. From the point which the straight'line from St. Thomas's church to the gate at the north-eastern corner of the field called Hill park cuts the boundary of the old borough, along such straight line to the said gate; thence in a straight line to the gate crossing the road leading to the Scotch Well house; thence along the last-mentioned road to where the same reaches the Scotch Well house ; thence along the road leading by the Sandpool into the Cardigan road to the north-eastern corner of Sandpool; thence in a straight line to the cottage of P. White; thence in a straight line to the left pier of the weir on the river Cleddy; thence along the Cleddy to where the same would be cut by a straight line from Prendergast church to the gate leading from the lane on the north-east of Little Slade farm into the paddock of Little Slade farm; thence in a straight line to the last-mentioned gate; thence in a straight line to where the boundary of the old borough would be cut by a straight line from the last-mentioned gate to where the Poorfield road (otherwise Jury lane) leaves St. David's road; thence, westward, along the boundary of the old borough to the point first described.

Narberth. From the southern end of the turnpike-gate house on the Redstone road, westward, along the fence abutting on the said house, the northern boundary of the field of which G. Harris is tenant, and Mr. T. Eaton landlord, to the north-western corner of the said field; thence in a straight line to the north-eastern corner of the field belonging to G. Devonald, esq., bounded by the turnpike road to Haverfordwest; thence along the private road running from the last-mentioned field to where the said private road meets the road to Haverfordwest; thence in a straight line across the said road to Haverfordwest to where the same is met by the western boundary of the Town Moor; thence, southward, along the western and southern boundary of the Town Moor to the gate of the lane at the south-eastern corner thereof; thence along the said lane to where the same meets the boundary of Narberth church-yard ; thence, westward, along the boundary of Narberth church-yard to the south-western corner thereof; thence in a straight line to where the stream from Narberth bridge would be cut by a straight line from the point last described to where the road from the parsonage meets the road from Pembroke; thence up the said stream to where the same is joined by the stream from Narberth mill; thence

up

the stream flowing from Narberth mill to the south-western corner of the field of which L. Watkins is tenant and Baron Retzen landlord ; thence, eastward, along the boundary of the last-mentioned field to where the same meets the southern boundary of the field belonging to Mr. H. Davies, in which there is a turnstile; thence, eastward, along the southern boundary of the said

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field of Mr. H. Davies, and the southern and eastern boundary of the adjoining field belonging to G. Phillips, esq. to where the eastern boundary of the said field of G. Phillips, esq., meets the occupation road leading to Blackalder; thence, eastward, along the occupation road to where the same meets the south-eastern boundary of the easternmost of two contiguous fields of which Mrs. Evans is tenant and D. Thomas landlord; thence along the boundary of the last-mentioned field to where the same meets the Carmarthen road; thence in a straight line across the Carmarthen road to the south-eastern corner of the field belonging to J. Lewis; thence along the eastern boundary of J. Lewis's field to where the same cuts the Cardigan road; thence in straight line across the Cardigan road to the southwestern corner of Jesse's Well house; thence in a straight line to where the fence of the grounds attached to the house called Bloomfield's would be cut by a straight line from the point last described to the house called Bloomfield's; thence, westward, along the last-mentioned fence to where the same cuts the Redstone road; thence along the Redstone road to the point first described.

PEMBROKE DISTRICT.

Milford. From the point where Prix Pill falls into the sea, along Prix Pill, to where the same is met by a lane coming down by the Cwm, sometimes called Cwm lane; thence along Cwm lane to where the same meets the road from Haverfordwest ; thence along the road from Haverfordwest to where the same is met by Priory lane; thence along the Priory lane to where the same meets, on the left, the road sometimes called New road; thence along the New road to where the same meets the lane sometimes called White Lady's lane, leading to a field northward of the brewery, sometimes called Haggart field; thence along White Lady's lane to where the same is cut by a fence of Haggart field; thence, northward, along the fence of Haggart field to the north-western corner thereof; thence in a straight line in the direction of the northern fence of Haggart field to Priory Pill; thence in a straight line to the white warehouse standing at the head of the Rope walk in Hubberstone parish; thence along Spike lane, proceeding from the said white warehouse to where the same meets Conjwick lane; thence along Conjwick lane to where the same meets the lane lately part of Point field; thence along the lane lately part of Point field to where ihe same ends on the common; thence in a straight line through the western point of the fort to the sea-coast; thence along the sea-coast to the point first described.

Pembroke. The parishes of St. Mary and St. Michael, and also the space comprised within the boundary hereafter described (with all parts, if any, of the old borough of Pembroke lying without the said boundary : viz. from the point on the south-western of the town where the brook called Taylor's lake meets the boundary of St. Mary, northward along the said brook to where the same joins the Pill near Quoit's mill; thence along the said Pill to where the same meets the boundary of St. Mary; thence, eastward, along the boundary of St. Mary to the point first described.

Tenby. In the liberty of Tenby.
Wiston. The old borough of Wiston.

COUNTY OF RADNOR, RADNOR DISTRICT.

Cefn Llys. The old borough of Cefn Llys.
Knighton. The old borough of Knighton.

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