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LLANDUDNO.

MENAI BRIDGE.

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MENAI BRIDGE. THE CLERKSHIP TO THE PETTY SESSIONS.—Some weeks ago, consequent upon the resignation of Mr Rice-Roberts, the appointment of a new clerk to act in the Llangefni and Menai Bridge petty sessional divisions became necessary. The justices then appointed Mr Jones-Roberts, the county coroner, to the office, upon the understanding that Mr G. U. Dew should be sub-clerk, and that the office should be so divided that Mr Roberts should have the Menai Bridge district, and Mr Dew that of Llangefni. At Beaumaris, on Wednesday, the appointment was again discussed at a meeting of ttie justices for the petty sessional division, and it was decided that, as no notice had been given with respect to the division of the office, a special session should be held to reconsider the whole matter.

SIR HENRY BESSEMER.

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THE PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS.

PARLIAMENTARY" PRIVILEGES.

COLLISIONS OFF SOUTHAMPTON.

THE "ATALANTA"

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