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FUNERAL OF MR. W. M. THACKERAY.I

THE GOOD OLD TOWN,

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I CHRISTMAS EVE.âSLR \L.lfi.u:" AND LADY WYNNE'S LIBERALITY. I To the Editor of the YVrexham Advertiser. Sir,âI think it would be wrong of us if we did not say a word about the kindness we received at Wynnstay this Christmas. You know it is the custom in this neighbourhood to go about singing on Curistulas Eve, and among several others that went out, the Band and Glee society, connected with the New British Iron Com- pany's Works, went to Wynnstay, and after playing se- veral Welsh airs before the mansion, we were all in- vited to supper, where there was plenty of beef and venison provided for us, together with plenty of Sir Watkin's old ale. After supper was over, we were in- vited to sing several Welsh airs before Sir Watkin, Lady Williams Wynn, and a number of visitors. We were then taken to see the new rooms, the grandeur of which 1 am not able to describe to you, Mr Editor, but I can tell you this that we never saw such a sigllv be- fore, nor did I ever dream of such grandeur. After- wards, the glee society, accompanied by the band, sang "God bless the Prince of Wales." We were then taken to the cellar to taste the Prince of Wales s ale, which was brewed on his marriage-day, and the young lady singers with us were taken to have some refreshments that were provided for them. We after- wards made the best of our way home, all speaking tf Sir Watkin and Lady Williams Wyuns kindness, wish- ing them long life and happiness in this world. Thus terminated one of the merriest Christmas Eve's that we ever witnessed.âYours truly, A BINGEE.

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