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UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES.

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RESIGNATION OF MR VAUGHAN,…

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TOWYN. DEATH ABROAD-Tile news of the death of the late Mr Morris Evans, Tyddynymeirug, Celynin near this town, reached here early this week, and cast quite a gloom over the large circle of friends which he formed in various parts of the country. He died at Red Oak, county of Montgomery, Iwoa, North America, on the 29th of August last, where he had recently emigrated. Mr Evans for many years took an active part in public business, especially as a guardian, in which capacity he dis- tinguished himself as a steadfast friend of the poor. By his death they have losta benefactor, the like of which is seldom to be met with now a days LLANILAR. MEMORIAL STONES.—Thiee memorial stones of the new Calvinistic Methodist chapel in this village were laid yesterday afternoon, just as we were going to press. The stones were announced to be laid by the Countess of Lisburne, Mr M. J. Tredwell. and Mr J. W. Morris.

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