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DENBIGH LUETIC ASYLUM.—MEDICAL…

FRIDAY.—MARCH 10TH.

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BOARD OF GUARDIANS.—FRIDAY.

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BOARD OF GUARDIANS.âFRIDAY. Present: The Rev D. Evans (chairman), Messrs Godirey Parry and Richard Jones (vice- chairmen), Captain Taylor, the Rev T. Williams, Itessrs D. R. Jones, John Jones, Edward Roberts, John White, Evan Williams, and Edward Jones, clerk. FINANCIAL. Out-door relief administered during the last fortnight-, per Mr T. Hughes, Corwen d'strict, £ 83 16s, to 370 paupers; per Mr J. T. Jones, Llangollen district, £ ji) 8s to 321 paupers. THE HOUSE. The master reported as follows:âNumber in the house, 58; corresponding period last year, 50. Vagrants relieved during the past fortnight, 64. Admitted, 5; discharged, 4; dead, 0. COLLEGE I-OR NORTH WALES. The circular from Carnarvon, accompanied by a memorial sent by the town council to the Lord President of the Committee of Council on Education was read by the clerk. It was remarked that Denbigh would be more central than Carnarvon for a college. On the motion of the chairman the circular was laid on the table. AN EXPLANATION. At the last meeting of the board a complaint was made, by some of the guardians that Dr Hughes, Liungollen, had refused to supply medicine to paupers. The clerk read a letter from Dr Hughes, stating that he had in no 04se done what the board complained of, although when applied to for medicine by persons who to his certain knowledge were being attended to by other medical gentlemen, he had invariably referred them for such medicine to their own medical man. -The explantion was accepted, and the subject dropped.

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