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REVIEWS.

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Hocal Mormon..

. TOWN'S IMPROVEMENT COMMISSION.

BAND FOR THE SEASON.

THE ASSIZES.

. LEWIS v. POWELL.

NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS.

THE AMERICAN PEACE CONFERENCE.

THE NEW TOWN SURVEYOR.

THE NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD.

. BORTH.

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BORTH. A lecture was delivered here on Thursday evening, the 16th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Aubrey, chairman of the Wesleyans. The Calvinistic Methodists' chapel was kindly lent for the occasion, the Wesleyan chapel being too small to accommodate the numbers which were expected to attend. Notwithstanding the great severity of the weather, the roads being covered with snow, the chapel was crowded to the very doors. The proceedings were opened by the Rev. Mr. Jones, who proposed that the Rev. Enoch Jones, take the chair. 'I he subject of the lecture, which was delivered in l^Telsh, was tne Workman's Home"; and such was the applause which it elicited, that the lecturer frequently prayed his audience as a favor, to suppress their expressions of approbation. Af the conclusion of the lecture, the Rev. Mr. Jone expressed the thanks of the meeting to the trustees of the Methodist chapel, who had so kindly lent the building for their use that evening. The Rev. Mr. Thomas proposed a vote of thanks to the chairman, who acknowledged the compliment in a neat and appropriate speech, in the course of which he paid a flattering tribute to the lecturer. He had heard (he said) the Rev. Mr. Aubrey lecture once before, and then he thought the discourse one of the loftiest efforts of the human mind but on the present occa- sion, he excelled even excellence itself, and proved himself more than man. Mr. Williams, of Aberyst- with, closed the meeting with prayer. Several an- thems were sung during the evening by the Aberyst- with and Borth choirs, which were conducted by Mr. Morgan, of the former place.— Communicated by R. J. ABERYST & WELSH COAST RAILWAY

WITH & WELSH COAST RAILWAY…

. THE NOBLEST AMBITION.

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LAUNCH OF "THE FANNY FOTHERGILL."