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The county of Glamorgan was at this time becoming heavily industrialised, although some areas such as the Vale of Glamorgan remained essentially rural, the rise of nonconformist liberalism, especially since the 1860s, throughout Wales, had challenged the prevailing influence of the landed gentry. Jones and Mathias were returned unopposed while Meggitt's only opponent withdrew before polling day.However, even in 1889, the traditional forces remained influential and no working men were elected to the Council, this changed in 1892 with the unopposed return of David Morgan in Aberdare and the success of Isaac Evans in Resolven. Herbert Evans was opposed by the sitting Liberal councillor whom he eventually narrowly defeated (see Cwmavon, below). Davies took the place of Henry Lewis, who did not seek re-election after one term.Aberystwyth Castle is a concentric-walled lozenge-plan castle measuring c.80m north-south by c.45m wide, built of coursed rubble masonry.It has a dry moat to the west and round towers to the inner and outer wards.Roberts said h was glad to think that he had been the means of overthrowing a member of a 'Pontypridd clique'.
Results are drawn from a number of sources, the include an account of unopposed returns in the Evening Express, There were no boundary changes at this election. David Thomas JP, who had ousted fellow Liberal Morgan Williams in 1895, did not seek re-election due to ill-health leading to a contrast between the Rev Silas Charles, Congregational Minister and Thomas Samuel, grocer.
John Cory had been a member of the county council since its formation, and served as alderman from 1889 until 1892.
Captain Murrell, in returning thanks for his election, said he came forward as an independent candidate as a protest against the introduction of the foreign element into the representation of the district.
The Glamorgan County Council election, 1898 was the fourth contest for seats on this authority.
It was preceded by the 1895 election and followed by the 1901 election.