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RHYL PETTY SESSIONS.

ST. ASAPH. -

Family Notices

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BRUTAL OUTRAGE IN CHESTER.…

FIRE AT A UNITARIAN CHAPEL.I

PLOUGH MONDAY IN LONDON.

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PLOUGH MONDAY IN LONDON. Monday being "Plough Monday," as the first Monday after the Feast of the Epiphany is called, the Lord Mayor went in state from the Mansion House, attended by his ceremonial officers and accom- panied by the sheriffs, to the Guildhall, to preside at a grand Court of Wardmote, which is held for the pur- pose of receiving the returns from the several wards of the election of members of the Court of Common Council on St. Thomas's Day last. The returns were handed to the Town Clerk, and there were no petitions against them. The City Marshal (Major Campbell) took the usual declaration, and the ward beadles and extra constables having been admitted, the proceedings ended. In the evening, according to usage, the Lord Mayor and the Lady Mayoress entertained the officers of their household and other officials of the Corporation at dinner at the Mansion House.

MILITARY DIVORCE SUIT.

RIGHTS OF A FOREIGN FLAG.

A HIGHLAND LAIRD AND HIS FACTOR.

SEWAGE POLLUTION.

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B O H IFL W Y D D A-N .

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ALLEGED PERJURY BY A POLICE…

SAVAGE ASSAULT AT ST. ASAPH.I

ST AASPH COUNTY COURT.I

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IBITS FROM BOOKS.

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FLINT, DENBIGH, AND MERIONETH…

FOOTBALL NOTES.