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INQUEST AT NANTLLE.

Portmadoc.

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Chwilog.

Pwllheli-

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Pwllheli- 51 YEARS AGo.-Fifty-one years ago a gentle- man who was brought up as a clergyman and who had the Oxford degree of MA., insisted upon going to sea. His vessel one day came to Cardi- gan Bay, and, a terrific gale rioing at the time, the vessel was blown ashore between Llanbedrog and Pwllheli. All the crew perished. The bo 'y of the clergyman was discoverei, aud the family buried the remains in abaria.1 grot-rid )Jot very far from the sea. In tha funeral was the little daughter of the deceased. Thirty- one years ago that daughter paid a visit to Pwllheli, when on her honeymoon. She had a faint recollection at the ti'.ue of the place where her father was buriei, and she visited it. A fortnight ago the same lady came to the town and made inquiries about the matter. She could net very well remember where the grave was. A young man gave her some information, a1'l. acting upon it, the lady went to Denio Churchyard. There, after a long search, the grave was found. On the gravestone was the nam.' of Christopher Jacks n. The spot had become dilapidated, and orders were given to have the grave properly railed in. in.

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