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CORWEN. Mr. Walter Hay, director of the Shrewsbury Phil- harmonic Society, gave a concert at the National School- room, on Saturday, the 25th ult. The programme in- cluded the overtures to "Zampa" and "Masaniello," and a grand selection from Verdi's II Trovatore," with so- los for violin, flute, cornet, pianoforte, harp, harmonium, and chorus. Principal vocalists, Miss Emma Lloyd and Mr. Stephen Gough. Several of the songs were warmly encored, especially the humorous one, The Mocking Bird," sung by Miss Emma Lloyd. The meeting was well attended, and the parties present were highly en- tertained.

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