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A Relic of Sir G. Osborne Morgan A correspondent writes:—"In the beau- tiful garden of Conway Rectory there is an interesting natural memorial of the late Sir George Osborne Morgan. It was at Conway Rectory that Sir George was brought up, his father having been incumbent of the parish, and on the trunk of a fine walnut tree he in his early days cut his initials and the date, 1840. The tree flourished during the life of the late member for East Den- bighshire, but in the very year of his death it was destroyed during a storm. The pre- sent vicar (the Rev. J. P. Lewis) Tias, how- ever, preserved that portion of the trunk containing the initials cut by Sir George, and has surrounded it with a few flowering plants and an ornamental fence."

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