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LIVERPOOL. "WELSH. CONCERTS.—On Monday, the 19th, and Friday, the 23 n\ ult., two Welsh concerts were given at the Concert Hill. Lord Nelson-street, in this town, for the neuefit of the Welsh Charity-schools, Russell-street. The principal vocalists were Miss Williams, Mr. Rowlands, Mr. Roberts, and Tal- hiarn, who deligived and amused the audience by explaining th e:neanin<g of the Welsh songs that were sung, as well as their on "in and history, accompanied with anecdotes, which, occasionally created roars of laughter. Mr. Ellis Roberts the celebrated harpist from London, played on the harp. and, as usual, was highly successful in his efforts to please the large audiences assembled on both occasions. Welsh Ciioral Society.—In the latter part of last year n Welsh Choral Society was established :in this town, and hs,3 since its formation, held its weekly meetings at the Welsh Charity School-room, Russell-street. On Wednesday c the 21st ult., the first public performance of the S.¡::ic,ty was. held at the Collegiate Institution, when, although a v< ry unfavourable evening1, a crowded audience, consisting ot diout 1,600 persons, had assembled. Mr. J. A. Lloyd vms the conductor, and the vocalists who sung the solos, d lefts, trios, and quartettes were Mrs. Holden (who supplied the place of Miss Williams, who was unavoidably absent), NIt- Jonathan, Mr. Lewis, and Mr. Williams.. They all performed their parts well, especially Mrs Holden, who is unacquainted with the Welsh language; but we must say that we wore-not a little amused by reading in one of the local papers that she ó. sang excellent Welsh." No, indeed, it anything but Welsh; but her singing, we confess, was excellent." and was appreciated as such by the audi- e ice. It was a gratifying sight to see about 1:30 persons -)tti sexes exerting"their vocal powers on that evening, and disolavin." that the natives of Gwaiia are not inferior to their Saxon'neighbours in tueir talents for singing., We hope that the Society wiil goon and prosper.

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