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I ST. ASAPH PETTY SESSIONS.

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FUNERAL OF MR. W. M. THACKERAY.I

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WANT OF ECONOMY IN THE COUNCIL.

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WANT OF ECONOMY IN THE COUNCIL. To the Editor of the Wrexham Advertiser. Sir,âIt is carious to observe the different views which a red" man and a white man will take of the same subj ect in the council. At the last meettug Mr Richard Clarke asked for a pound for walking from his house to the Council Chamber, a distance of about twenty yards. The reds," particularly Alderman Beale, argued that it ought to be paid. I always thought Alderman Beale was an economist, but there is very little economy in giving public money away in this way. I suppose Mr Beale is in for six years. A JLCATEPAYER.

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SHAKESPEARE TERCENTENARY.

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