IRHOS-DDU BURIAL GROUND.|1864-01-02|Wrexham and Denbighshire Advertiser and Cheshire Shropshire and North Wales Register - Welsh Newspapers Online
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I ST. ASAPH PETTY SESSIONS.

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Family Notices

FUNERAL OF MR. W. M. THACKERAY.I

THE GOOD OLD TOWN,

IRHOS-DDU BURIAL GROUND.

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I RHOS-DDU BURIAL GROUND. I To the Editor of the Wrexham Advertiser. Sir,-I am a working man and have not much money to spend in special trips" or hiring trtps," so 1 had to enjoy myself the best way x could on Christmas day, so I took a strol about the town, and I was looking aL things in passing, and among one of the sights i saw was the Dissenting Burial Ground, and having stroiieu trough it, i was much astonished at the disgusting state of the tombstones, in looking at the names I hnu that several belong to some of the most respectable fa- milies in the town and neighbourhood. iSome oi tue vaults I expect to fail to pieces very soon, and tjin, chests in all shapes, forming extreme angles of all pro portions. On inquiring i hud that the sexton has spoken to several persons on tne state of the graves and as taey belong to the friends of those buried, 1 hope that they will at once see to do something towards putting the graves in order. 1 also lind that tHere arc no proper gates tor the entrances. Hoping that tne voluntary system is not vet dead and buried,—i am, yours, &c., I A POOR MAN.

I CHRISTMAS EVE.—SLR \L.lfi...u:"…

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WANT OF ECONOMY IN THE COUNCIL.

MINING INTELLIGENCE.j

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SHAKESPEARE TERCENTENARY.

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