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- POOR LAW GUARDIANS, ABERYSTWYTH.

ABERYSTWYTH TOWN COUNCIL.

PETTY SESSIONS, ABERYSTWYTH.

MR. BRIGHT AND HIS WORKPEOPLE

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PETTY SESSIONS, LLANBADARN-FAWR.

4 IFATAL ACCIDENT AT ABERDOVEY.

PENNY READINGS.

. THE LATE POACHING AFFRAY.

IDISTRESS IN ABERYSTWYTH.

ILLANFIHANGEL GENAU'R-GLYN.

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LLANFIHANGEL GENAU'R-GLYN. MARRIAGE REJOICINGS.—The 23rd ult. was a day of great rejoicings in this parish, on account of the wedding of J. L. Anwyl, Esq., of Iral Arran, near Bala,, with Miss Davies, second daughter of J. M. Davies, Esq., of Penpompren, near Aberystwyth. Jhe preparations that had been going on for some days outside and inside the parish church, showed that the parishioners were determined to show their highest respects to the honoured family of Penpom- pren, by every demonstration of joy on that auspi- cious day. There were three bowers erected from the churchyard gate to the door of the church, which were exceedingly well made, considering the time of the year—nature being clad in her winter garb. The church was tastefully decorated with evergreens and rosettes. It seldom fell to our lot to witness a church adorned with such taste and beauty. Great credit is due to the parties engaged in the work. The wedding arrived shortly after 11 o'clock, in seven carriages, containing the young bride and bridegroom; Mr. and Mrs. Davies, of Penpompren, and their friend Mr. Baitey Col. Pryse, M.P., of Peithyll, lord lieutenant of the county of Cardigan Mr. and Mrs. Haeg, of London Mr. and Mrs. Crea- lock, of Aberystwyth Mr. and Mrs. Davies, and the Misses Davies, of Antaron; Miss Pryse, of Gwyn- fryn; and the Misses Williams, of Wallog, and many others, who were strangers to us. The marriage service was impressively reud by the Rev. J. Jones, the respected vicar of the parish, assisted by the Rev. Lewis Gilbertson, vice-principal of Jesus Col- lege, Oxford. The happy p iir left the sacred edifice amid the merry peals of the church bells, and with the best wishes of thousands.—Communicated.

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