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a PECULIAR HOTEL DISPUTE.

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THE PENRHYN DISPUTE.

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the scion of an old family in the county and the adjoining county of Merionethshire, and, i fgivell an opportunity, he always would add lustre to the name (applause). In every good work brought forward by anybody in the district, re- gardless of creed or sect, the High Sheriff was one of the first to come forward (loud cheers), and he had only one fault GO find with him- that he was 80 long in getting married (cheers and laughter). But even for that there was a remedy, and he had great pleasure in recom- mending that remedy to his notice (laughter). The High Sheriff, in rising to respond, was received with much enthusiasm. He said that during the time he held the office of Sheriff of the county, he bad received the greatest assis- tance in the discharge of his dutiethrough t ability of his Under Sheriff (cheers), and also by the readiness and alacrity of the Grand Jury in coming forward from all parts of the county. Regarding his personal merits, touched upon so kindly by Major Birch, he thought the latter gentleman's remarks were quite unde- served (' No! no !')âbut he could say this, that hehad donethe best he could,and was at all times willing and anxious to help forward any move- ment which had for its object the well-being of the community. As regards what Majrr Birch said in reference to his domestic circumstances, he could only say that he left himself in Major Birch's hands (cheers and laughter). He would conclude his remarks by asking them to drink most heartily to the health of Sir William Grantham (cheers). His Lordship then delivered a most humor. ous speech, the company afterwards separating.

a PECULIAR HOTEL DISPUTE.