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FUNERAL OF THE L4TE LORD I LIEUTENANT OF ANGLKSEY. The obsequies of the late Mr Bichard Davies, 'I Lord Lieutenant of Anglesey, which took place on Saturday, attracted to tt." •*H-.lt ttu enormous uumber of mourners. The deceased had actively intet6sted himself for half a century in all eduI ational and social movements connected with the counties of Anglesey and Carnarvon, and the funeral being public almost every phase of public life in those two counties was represented. Prior to the formation of the procession a short service was conducted at Treborth-hall by the Rev James Donne (Llangefni),and Thomas Roberts (Bethesda). The chief mourners were Mrs Richard Davies, Mr J. R. Davies, J.P., Miss Davies, Mr Henry R. Davies. Mrs Habershon, Mr and Mrs Russell Colman, Mies Enid Davies, Miss Beatrice Davies, Mr Lloyd Davies, Mr Arthur Davies, Mr Robert Davies, Mrs John Davies, Dr Habershon, Mr Charles Pierce. J.P., Miss Hughes, Mr Eben Rees, Rev Henry Rees, Mr R. C. Jones, Mr I Bulkeley Price, Rev Principal Edwards, Rev R. H. Morgan, M.A., Rev Thomas Roberts, Rev James Donne, and Mr R. W. Roberts, Dr and Mrs Roberts, Mr Griffith Dew, Mr and Mrs Hubert Roberts, Miss Evans (Brynllwyd), Miss Vincent and Mr Hagh Vincent, Rev Josieh Thomas, M.A., Dr Grey Edwards,and Nurf-e Bevan,Jhousehold ser- vants. At the oead of the procession came ministers of religion, among whom were the Revs John Wil- liams (Liverpool), Dr O. Davies (Carnarvon), Evan Jones (Carnarvon), T. Lloyd Kyffin, T. Lewis Jones, M.A. (St. David's, Bangor), T. J. Wheldon (Bangor), Lewis Ellis (Rhyl), John Williams (Con- way), J. W. Wyr.ne Jones. M.A. (vicar of Carnar- von), J. Puleston Jones, B.A. Bala Theological College, of which the deceased was first treasurer, was represented by, in addition to its principal] the Rev Profes,ar Ellis Edwards, tv e Rev R. H. Morgan (secretary), &c. The Rev Daniel Rowlands, M.A., and Mr John Thomas, B.A., represented the Bangor Normal College. The court of governors of the Uniyersity College of North Wales was represented By Mr Bryn Roberts, M-P., Mr Thomas Lewis, and Mr Henry Lewis, and the denate by Professors Gray Dobbie, Phillips, W. Lewis Jones, Dr White, and Professor J. E. Lloyd (registrar). Anglesey County Council was represented by its chairman (Mr W. R. Jones), clerk (Mr Lloyd Griffith Jones), and other members, while the local governing body of the Llangefni Inter- mediate School, Llangefni School Board, Llangefni Urban Council, Menai Bridge Urban Council, and several other neighbouring public bedies sent re- presentatives. Other prominent gentlemen present wereSir Llewellyn Turner, Col Hampton Lewis, Capt Clapp, Mr W. A. Darbishire, Mr H. Thomas, Mr J. Evan Roberts, Mr Harry Clegg, Mr C. F, Priestley, Mr D. Roberts, Rhyl; Mr W. Pughe. Baugor; Mr R. H. Pritchard, Bangor; Mr Bryn Roberts, M.P.; Mr Herbert Roberts, M P Mr T. P. Lewis, J.P.; Mr Henry Lewis, J.P.. Mr R. Algeo, C.E. Mr Griffith Roberts, J.P., Trefaithin; Mr Stephen Davies, Liverpool' Mr Griffith Dew, Mr W. Thornton Jones, Mr Hugh Roberts, J.P., Penbol; Professor Ellis Edwards, M.A.; Mr R. Jones Roberts, coroner for Anglesey; Mr J. R. Jones, Mr Richards (Messrs Richards and Mills, Liverpool); Mr H. Vincent; Dr J. Roberts, J.P.; Dr Hughes, J.P. Mr Roberts, J.P., Crug; Dr Prytherch, Dr e! J. Lloyd, Dr Francis Jones, Mr Griffith, J.P., Springfield House, Dolgelley; Mr Prothero, chief constable of Anglesey; Mr R. G. Thomas, Mr Hornby, Mr Walter Jones, Mr John Hughes, J.P., Portdinorwic; Mr T. Hugbes, North and South Wales Bank,- Carnarvon; Mr Sneade Williams, National Provincial Bank, Menai Bridge; Mr James Evans, Mr R! I Norman Davies, Carnarvon; Mr J. MathAws, J P Mr S.'iHughes. J.P., Mr L. Hughes. A mlwch ■ Mr Lloyd Jbnes, J.P., Gwredog; Mr O. H. Foulkes J.P.; Mr W. Douglas Jones; Mr R. H. Williams,' secretary to the Anglesey County Governing Body; Mr A. M'Killop, Llanerchymedd ;Mr W. R Jones, J-P ehanrman of the Anglesey County Council; Mr I. Owen, J.P Rhyddgaer; Mr O. E. Jones; i ?ob8rts» chairman of the Anglesey Liberal Association Mr T. Forcer Evans, J.P.; Mr R.Jones, J.P., Brynmaethlu; Mr J. R. Jones,J.P., Bodfeirig; Mr Pritchard, Uwydiarth Esgob; Mr D. Owen, Bangor; Mr Wynn, Llandudno Junction; Mr J. Lewis, Llanllibio; Mr John Davies (Gwyn- eddon) Colonel Balkeley Price, Mr W. A. Dew, Mr W. Jones. Vron; Captain Preston, Dr Farw! Mr Kerfoot Evans, Mr G. Pritchard-Rayner; Mr James K. Montgomery, JMr W. Morgan, Garth Ferry; Capt Williams, East Llynne: Capt Lewis, The Flintshire;" Captatn Roberts, -4 The Car- narvonshire;" Mr |Owen, Bryniau; Mr T. O. Roberts, chairman, and Mr T. Hughes, clerk of the Menai Bridge District Couneil; the Revs Griffith Ellis, Bootle T. Lloyd Kyffin,. M.A. y» rector of Llanfaes; J. Bichards. M.A., rector of Abertfraw; Lewis Jones, M.A., rector of St. David's, Bangor R. Eames Williams. J. Puleston Jones, M.A., T. J. Wheldon, B.A., Bangor; Lewis Ellis, Rhudd- lan; B. Hughes, St. Asaph; E. W. Evans. Aber- gele; E- Cynffig Davies, M.A., Menai Bridge; Evam Jones, Owen Davies, D.D., David Hughes, Carnarvon; R. Thomas, Llanerchymedd; O. Williams, jsethel; O. Hughes, Amlwch; R. Wil- liams, Llangwyllog; D. Roberts, Llangristiolus J. Owen, Parciau; D. Marriot, Awlwch; John Williams, Holyhead; D. Rees, Capel Mawr; M. Hughes. Bagillt; J. Jones, Bryngwran; William Jones, Newborough; William Jones, Bethania Portdinorwic: J. W. Wynne-Jones, M.A., vicar of Carnarvon Charles Davies, Conway; andR. H Morgan, M.A. Mr D. Griffith Davies, Bangor, was the undertaker. Letters were received from the following gentlemen expressing regret at their inability to attend:—Mr J. J. Colman, M.P., Major-General Hughes, J.P., Mr R. R. Rathbone, J.P., Dr Herber Evans, principal of Bangor Con- gregational College; Rev Joseph Hillier, Rev J. O. Thomas, Colenel Marshall, J.P., Mr John Wynne Paynter, the Rev John Williams, Mr John Hughes, Frondeg, Amlwch; Dr Evans, Llanerch- ymedd and the Rev W. Edwards, M.A., vicar of Bangor. Owing to indisposition Mr Eofcert Davies, Bodlondeb, the elder and only brother of the deceased, was also unable to be present. The interment took place in the pretty church- arcl of Llandysilio, on the Anglesey side of the Menai Straits. Both the coffin and the hearse in which it was conveyed were covered with a pro- fusion of beautiful wreaths, sent by the Bishop of Bangor, Sir George Osborne Mergan, Mrs Henry Richard, Mr Colman and family, Canon and Mrs Thomas, and many others. Inoluded in the pro- cession was a choir belonging to the Calvinistic Methodist Church at Menai Bridge, who, on the way to the churchyard, as well as at the grave, rendered the well-known Welsh hymns, Bydd myrdd o ryfeddodau." Mae nghyfeillion adre'n myned" (Lausanne), "Jerusalem the Golden," &c. At the grave the se-vices were short, but very impressive, being conducted by the Rev Josiah Thomas, M.A. (moderator of the Welsh Calvinistic Methodist General Assembly). All the arrangements were carried out by Mr D. G. Davies, Bangor. 1





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