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THE GRANT TO ABERYSTWYTH COLLEGE.

MR. GLADSTONE AND ABERYSTWYTH…

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A DECENT II UldON" JOBBERY.…

DEATH OF LORD MOSTYN.

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MENAI BRIDGE.

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LLANFAIR-FECHAN.

1_BETTWS-Y-COED.

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1_ BETTWS-Y-COED. The following resolution was unanimously passed at a meeting of the Liberal committee of this district, held here on the 17th of March, 1884: —"That the Bettws-y-coed Liberal Committee, while believing that the establishment of one uniform franchise for the whole kingdom will be consistent with justice and expediency, is of opinion that the bill introduced by Mr Gladstone is a large and honest effort to remove the injustice and inequalities of the present system, and, as such, deserves the hearty and united support of the Liberal party." Signed on behalf of the meet- ing, John Jones, chairman; G. H. Jones, secretary. Committee-rooms, Bettws-y-coed, 17th March, ;1884.-Copies of the above resolutions were sent to the Premier and also to Messrs William Kathbone and Love Jones-Parry, members of Parliament for the county and boroughs of Carnarvon.

I I ISUPPOSED POISONING OF…

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