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I DENBIGHSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS.

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PEN-iy LECTURE.âOn Friday evening week another of these lectures came off at the British Schoolrooms, Corwen, when Mr Roberts, of Plasynddol, presided. The lecturer was the Rev. W. Williams, Calvinistic Methodist minister, who selected Bees" for hi3 subj ect. The Cymro choral party entertained the audience with several pieces. The Welsh National Anthem terminated the proceedings. COEDPOETH: QUARTERLY MEETING OF THE WELSH WESLEY.1.s.-The quarterly meeting of the Coedpoeth circuit was held on Wednesday ia the vestry-room of the Wesleyan Chapel. The Rev. J. Barclay presided. The business of the circuit was transacted, and afterwards on the motion of Mr Jones, police constable of Rhos, who was seconded by Mr Simon Davies, of Pisgah, it was agreed that collections should be made in every chapel in the circuit in the present month in aid of the Wrexham Infirmary. In introducing the matter, Mr Jones made a few remarks on the great benefit derived from the above institution to the inhabitants of the Rhos especially. SUDDEN DEATH OF A WOMAN AT THREAPWOOD.âAn inquest was held by the coroner, Mr H. Churton, on Thursday, at a public-house, at Threapwood, having the singular sign of the Hi)ly Land, on the body of Elizabeth Powell, who had died suddenly. The deceased had been a dairymaid at Mr Gee's, Chorlton Hall, but it seems that about eight years ago she gave her heart if not her hand to an Irishman named Maide, and they lived happily together for about eight years. A week ago, however, the deceased was much affected during her sleep, probably by nigbmare, but recovered and was as well as usual up to Moutlay LiiSLit, when she went to bed at nine o'clock. At one the next morning Maide was disturbed by her making a noise in her throat, and fonnd she was insensible. In five minutes afterwards she expired. There was no reason to think that death occurred from other than natural causes, and the jury returned a verdict accordingly.

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