Western Mail, 16 July 1895
Titled ‘The Scrum at Merthyr’ in the published volume. Also published in Evening Express, 16 July 1895.
Herbert Clark Lewis, W. T. Lewis's eldest son and heir, stood for the Conservatives and came in third, polling 6525 votes behind D. A. Thomas and W. Pritchard Morgan. The fourth candidate was Allen Upward, a self-styled 'Lib-Lab'.
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