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GWAENYSGOR. A VESTRY ^MEETING was held at the above place, on March 23rd at. 7 p.m., whon Mr William Hnghes, Bryn-y-ffynnon, I.Nk the chair. It was unanimously resolved that the Vestry Dlerk be authorised to inquire of th Commist.oners of Taxes how it was that the parish bad to pay three times as much as the next parish of Land Tax, when the rate- able value was only half the amount of the said parish.â2nd, That the Overseers pro oeed to make a new valuation list of the whole parish.â3rd, That the following rate- payers be nominated to serve as Overseers for the eusoing year:âMessrs. John Price, Teilia William Hughes, Bryn-y-ffynnon; and Williams, Hafod.-4, That Mr Ellis Bryniau Farm, be waywarden.-5, That Mr Roberts, Ty'n y Caeau, be nominated Guardian. âThanks were returned to be different offi- cers for their faithful services during the past year.âThe list of paupers came under consideration.âGreat complaints were uttered about the roads. It was announced that nearly;923 were paid last year to the High- way Board, and a very small amount expended on the parish roads, and in connection with this it was reported that one individual saved £120 during one year, by having the tollgates free. The Vestry made a very strong protest that those who mostly used the roads ought to pay for extra traffic, and that the Highway Board should take this into their most serious consideration. Thanks were returned, and the vertry terminated.

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