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JOHN P. THOMAS, M.P.S., PHARMACEUTICAL AND DISPENSING CHEMIST, (BY EXAMINATION), 5, GREAT DARKGATE STREET. ESTABLISHED 1720. RED LION HOTEL, FOR STRATA FLORIDA ABBEY. LUNCHEON AND TEA AT ALL TIMES. TABLE D'HOTE BY ORDER. POSTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. MRS. JONES, PROPRIETRESS THE OLD BANK SCHOOL. ABERYSTWYTH MASTER D. SAMUEL, M.A., LATE FOUNDATION SCHOLAR AND PRIZEMAN OF CLARE COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE, AND WRANGLER, 1879. RECEIVES BOARDERS. School re-opens September 12th, 1887. TERMS ON APPLICATION. J. A. JAMES, TOBACCONIST, &c., 27, PIER STREET, HAVING jn?t received a 1-irge Consignment, <->f FANCY BASKETS and PLAIN an. FANCY STATIONERY, besrs to call the attention thi- Public and Visitors to the same, now on view at his Establishment, 27, Pier-ffrect, >«t very moderate prices. Al-o loose and jacket TOBACCOS in -il.pat variety. Moerpch-innj 'Ind Briar Pipts, &c. Note thp address-27. PIER STREET.
MARRIAGE OF THE REV J. H.…
MARRIAGE OF THE REV J. H. A. GRIFFITHS AND MISS BEATRICE A. M. JENKINS. There have been few events which have taken place in oar midst recently that have created so much c interest among a large section of the community as the marriage which was celebrated at St. Padarn's Church, Llanbadarn, on Tuesday morning, in which the contracting parties were Miss Beatrice A. M Jenkins (sister to the f.ev D. W. Jenkins, curate of Trinity Church) and the Rev J. H. A. Griffiths, M A., vicar of Llanwrthwl, Breconshire. The bride and her relatives are comparative strangers in Aberystwyth, having not yet resided here a year, but during the few months that have intervened since the Rev Pre- bendary Williams, his family, the Rev D. W. Jenkins, and his sister, have come amongst us, their lives have been spent in one continued round of activity and good works, so that there names are already known and respected in every household. And thus it came about that when it became whispered that Miss Jenkins was -after an acquaint- ance of so short duration—going to leave us to become the wife of a clergyman in Breconshire, the intelligence was received with mixed feelings of regret and joy-regret that her newly-formed associates and friends in the Sunday school and choir of Trinity were so soon to bid farewell to one whom they had learned to love aLd respect, and joy that she was going to fill a positi n for which she is eminently fitted, viz., that of a clergyman's wife. The fact of her having been located among us for so short a period renders it necessary, perhaps, that we should at once mention that the bride is the daughter of the late Rev D. R. Jenkins, B.D., vicar of Llanllwch and Llangain, near Carmarthen, sister of the Rev D. W. Jenkins, M.A., curate of Trinity, cousin and ward of the Rev Prebendary Williams, vicar of Trinity, and also cousin to the Rev John Pugh, R.D., vicar of Llanbadarn-fawr, so that she is rather closely allied by ties of relationship to this neighbourhood. The bridegroom is the Rev J. H. A. Griffiths, M.A. (Jesus College, Oxford), youngest son of the late Thomas Griffiths, of Broadmoor, near Haverford- west; he was formerly curate of Tenby, but has recently been appointed to the vicarage of Llan- wrthwl, Breconshire. We have already stated that the bride had not resided among us quite a year, but during that time she displayed an activity in Church work, and especially in connection with the Sunday school and choir, which marked her out as an especial favourite quiet and unostentatious she has been to a degree which almost amounted to taciturnity; but, nevertheless, she quickly drew around her a circle of friends who would warmly second all her efforts, and when it became known that separation must take place it was at once determined that Miss Jenkins should not leave Trinity and Aberystwyth without some fitting token of the love and respect in which she was held. The choir of Trinity started a subscrip- tion list-which was no sooner opened than it was handsomely responded to-in order to make her a presentation worthy of the momentous epoch of her marriage, and also worthy of the church with which she was so eminently connected. At the close of the service on Friday evening, July 22nd, the presenta- tion was made, in the presence of the choir, and many of the teachers and congregation, although it was intended that the proceedings should be of a private character. The articles, which had been procured through Messrs M. H. Davis and Sons, consisted of a handsome silver tea caddy, inlaid with plush, silver sugar scuttle, and silver hot water jug, all of which bore the following inscription :— Presented by Holy Trinity Church Choir to BEATRICE A. M. JENKINS, On the occasion of her Marriage. July, 1887. The Rev "Prebendary Williams presided, and said that Miss Jenkins had been a Sunday school teacher ever since she was thirteen years of age, and he thought she was well fitted to be a clergyman's wife. They were all sorry to lose her, but wished her every success in her new career. Mr Lovell, organist, then made the presentation, and he remarked that this was the first marriage of any member of the choir, and he hoped it would not be the last pre- sent the choir would have to give on similar occasions. The Rev D. W. Jenkins replied on behalf of nis sister, but in thanking the subscribers for their kind- ness his emotional feelings got the better of him, and it was with difficulty that he was able to proceed. He expressed his regret that Mr Griffiths (the bride- groom) was not present to thank them. Mr Richard James (the choirmaster) also made a few remarks. The morning on which the connubial knot was to be tied (Tuesday) dawned bright and clear, and in the vicinity of Llanbadarn-fawr, as well as in various parts of Aberystwyth, it soon became evident that some event of general interest was about to be celebrated. Joy bells were rung from the splendid peal which are hung above the Church, and between the hour of nine and ten scores of people (chiefly ladies of course) were to be seen wending their way from Aberystwyth to Llanbadarn. Here and there on the Terrace flags were flying from the windows of the residences of the bride's friends, and the general public were on the tiptoe of expectation to see the happy couple and their friends emerge from Evelyn house (the residence of the Rev Preben- dary Williams). In Great Darkgate-street flags were festooned across the street from Mr Felix's (Messrs Stead and Sons) shop to Mr Ellis, gunsmith's; Mr John Watkins, wine vaults,, Mr F. Baker, butcher, North Parade, had also flags suspended from their windows, while in Queen's-road flags bridged the street from Mrs Captain Harlow's residence to the English Wesleyan chapel.' In Vaenor-place P.C. Lewis man- ifested his respect to the young conple by flying a flag, and from thence we come to the Coopers' Arms, where there was a profusion of bunting extending across the road to Penglais-road. Again in Llan- badarn-road, where a large number of adherents to Trinity church reside, D.C.C. John Lloyd (one of the churchwardens), and Captain K. R. Jones displayed a number of flags extending the width of the roadway, while Mr Thomas Jones, Caeffynon, Mr Thomas Richards, Pantyderri, and Mr E. O. Wynne displayed coloured flags from their windows, while the Northgate toll- house, occupied by an old veteran (Mr Arnold) who has merited and obtained medals of distinction for the ser. vices which he has rendered in behalf of his country, also displayed a flag in honour of the event. Mr Mills, Llangawsai, also displayed flags the whole width of the road. The wedding party were expected to arrive at the church at ten o'clock, but long before this hour the spacious edifice had begun to fill, the seats best calculated to give a view of the imposing ceremony being rapidly taken up, and by the time the bride, bridegroom, and friends had arrived the body of the nave was thickly peopled. In the meantime Mr Cashmore, the organist, played a voluntary. The first party to arrive were the Rev Prebendary Williams, Mrs Williams, and Masters Archie and Herbert Williams. Mrs Williams was attired in a dark heliotrope silk dress with bonnet and gloves to match. They were quickly followed by the Rev J. H. A. Griffiths (the bridegroom) and Mr J. Rowlands, of Tenby, the best man. After a short interval Mrs Williams, of Weymouth, who wore a slate satin dress with bonnet and gloves to match, Mrs Fothergill (sister of the bridegroom), dressed in grey velvet, with bonnet and gloves to match, both guests carry- ing handsome bouquets, the gift of Master Robert i Jones, Caeffynon Cottige, Llanbadarn-road, Misa Hancocke, Carmarthen, and Mr Pryce Jenkins, Bartholomew's Hospital, London (brother of the bride), walked up tue ai*le, a:;d i'ok their places. The fourth and fifth carriages contained the brides- maids-Miss Williams, Evelyn House (cousin of the bride), Miss Gwon Hoarder and Miss Lizzie Hearder, Carmarthen, Miss Fothergill (niece of the bride- groom), Miss Evelyn 'Wi.iiams. Weymouth, Misa Beatrice Williams, Mi^s Edi h Williams, nnd Miss Janet W lliams, H velyn Hou-e, cousins of the bride. The sixth carriage contained ivirs Pugh, Llanbadarn, who was dressed in velvet and heliotrope. AlissTrixie Hancocke, Carmarthen, Mr D. H. Williams. Wey- mouth (cousin of the bride), Hev J. Fotbergrill, (brother-iu-law of the bridegroom), and Mr t'd. Pugh (cousin of the bridei and the seventh carriage con- tained the bride-Miss Beatrice A. M. Jenkins and h<:r brother (the Rev D. W. ,feI.k;ns) The bride entered the church leaning on the arm of her brother. Sti was attired in an ivory wliite-cord hand- somely trimmed with rich valeucennifs luce and orange blossoms, a tulle veil and wreai.1. of r re blossoms. She also wore a gold monogram Nroocn, the gift of the bridegroom, and a goid ti-a gift of Dr and Mrs J. M. Jones, North-parade (churchwarden) and c'irricd a handsome bouquet, the gift of the bridegroom. Stie was followed by her eight bridesmaids, who wore dresses of white em- broidered muslin, four of them having sashes of amber urah silk, and the other fou- sashes of blue Surah silk, with wreaths, bonnets, aud gloves to correspond. Kacn of the bridesmaids also wore a gold monogram star brooch, anf: cariied handsome bou- quets, the git',s of the bridegroom. Before the bride, her brother, and the bridesmaids entered the church, the choir commenced singing the hymn- The voice that breathed o'er Eden," which was continued until all the parties had taken their placts, after which the Rev Frebendary Williams commenced the marriage ceremony. The service was fully choral, and the choir having chanted the Psalm, the Kev J. Pugh, H.D., read the prayers, and the Rev J. Fothergill (Oxford) concluded the service, the choir singing, How welcome was the call," while the party retired to the vestry to sign the register. On leaving the church Mr Cashmore played Mendelssohn's "Wedding March," and the newly-married couple met with the usual ovation, being well bespattered, from the church doors to the I gates, with rice, which fell upon them thickly and continuously. The wedding party afte^W irds drove tq Evelyn House, the Terrace, wnere about 30 sat down to a splendid breakfast. The newly.married pair left by the 12 30 train to spend their honeymoon. There was a large crowd of friends at the railway station to see them off, and they left amid the hearty good wishes of all. The following is the list of presents :—Gold watch and chain, and monogram brooch, Rev J. H. A. Griffiths; cheque, Rev Prebendary Williams cheque and antique bowl. Rev D. W. Jenkins cheque, Mr Pryce Jenkins handmade wool mat, Miss Jiynes and Miss Watkins, 53, The Terrace: sofa cushion, Mrs Coram, Queen's-road; Macrame brackets and Chinese vase, Mrs Harlow, Queen's-road glass boat on plush stand, Miss Howell Thomas, Carmarthen book, "Fulness of Joy," Mrs Prince, Leamington; Japanese tray, Mademoiselle Kirchner handpainied tray, Miss Ethel Jenkins, Carmarthen hand-painted terra cotta plates, Miss Lizzie Jenkins, Swansea; antimacassars, Miss Mary Jenkins case of sugar tongs, Miss Mary Jones, Carmarthen; butter bowl, the Misses Llewelyn, Caerphilly vase, Mrs Lewis, Carmarthen; vase, Mrs Jones, Carmarthen crystal brooch, Mrs White, Terrace-road water jug and glasses, Miss Nellie Owen Macauiay's Ancient Rome," MissCrowder wine decanter, Master orchard Williams afternoon tea cloth, pair of water colours, Miss Fanny Williams; marmalade stand, Miss Richards, Carmarthen china tea pot, Miss Davies, Carmarthen plush blotting book, Miss Trubshaw handkerchief case, Mrs Williams, 54, The Terrace case of carving knivea and fork-, Mr Rowlands, Tenby fruit dish with Tenby Arms. Miss Jones, Tenby breakfast cruet stand, Mr F. Brown, Tenby; pair of vases, Mrs Hannah Jones; painted splasher, Miss Tompson; toast rack. Mrs Williams, GO, The Terrace water jug and glasses, Miss Jones, Coach Builders' Arms fish slice and fork, and pair of drinking horns Rev T. Jenkins, Caerphilly; claret jug, Kev Mr and Mrs t'arry; flower pot on stand, Miss Bessie Thomas, Carmarthen afternoon tea cloth, Mrs Pugh, Llan- badarn Vicarage hot water jug, Mr and Mrs Thomas, Carmarthen silver ink stand, Miss Davies, North-parade jewel casket, Mr Morgan, "Observer toilet set Miss Anne Thomas. pair of vases, Miss Margaret Joseph; book, Miss Charlotte Williams, Llanfynydd old Worcester cup and saucer, Mr and Mrs Nowell; hand-painted mirror for wall, Air and Mrs Watkins, North-parade; framed views of Aber- ystwyth, Mr and Mrs Wynne glass flower stand, Miss Hoffman hot water jug, tea caddy, and sugar scuttle, Holy Trinity Church choir gold bangle with crescent of pearls, Dr and Mrs J. M. Jones; case of carving knifes and forks, D.C.C. Lloyd crumb brush and tray, Mr and Mrs Felix pin- cushion, the Misses Felix; Primrose League pin- cushion, Miss Richards, Carmarthen; antimacassar, the Misses Osmotherly brush and comb bag, Miss Doyle; water colour in frame, Mr and Mrs Sheraton; fish slice and fork, Mrs Hancocke, Carmarthen gold arrow brooch, with crescent of pearls, the Misses Hancocke, Carmarthen; toasting fork, Miss Wilmore, Carmarthen; table cloth, Mr and Mrs Jones, Cae- ffynon; dinner gong, Mr T. H. Williams, Weymouth; case of salt cellars, Mrs Williams, do. salad bowl, Mr H. Williams, do. napkin rings, Mr Herbert Williams, do.; knife rests, Mr T Williams, do.; pre- serve stand, Mr R. Williams, do.; case with butter knife, &c., Miss Evelyn Williams, do.; teapot, cream jug, and sugar basin, Mrs Williams, Evelyn House butter knife, Miss Edith Williams, Evelyn Honse handbag and purse, Miss Perry; platter, Mrs Henry Dodd; pickle forks, the Misses Collins glass flower basket. Miss Elizabeth Rowe; silver button hook and pickle fork, Mrs W. A. Young; silver kettle and stand, Mr Lewis, Tenby mantle border, Miss Griffiths, Queen's-road; glass dish, Miss A. B. Dodd; flower vases, Miss Evans, Craigydon glass vases, Miss Rees; pair of vases, Miss Catherine Hughes; photograph, Miss Mary Mills: old china cups and saucers, Miss M. Y. Williams; pair of photographs in frames, Miss Jeffries; teapot, Qiss Annie Brown; silver salver, MrsBeale; dinner gong, Mr Laugharne, book marker and paper knife, Miss Goosey cheque, Mr Graham Clarke; tea kettle, spirit lamp, and fairy lUmp, Mrs Wynter, Tenby afternoon tea set, Mrs Laugharne pair of candlesticks, Mrs Wyndham Lloyd; glass dishes, Miss Sarah Harrios; mitre extinguisher, Miss Davies; fender and fire irons, Miss Daisy Fothergill; writing table, Mr and Mrs Fothergill tobacco pouch, Miss Laugharne old china, Mrs Nellie Rees, Tenby silver gravy spoon, Miss Griffiths, Great Darkgate-street; 3 dozen wine, Mr Gibson-Watt, Llanwrthwl hive of bees, Mr Bromfield, Llanwrthwl silver nut cracker, Miss Evans, Carmarthen; half dozen egg spoons, Dr Bowen Jones, Carmarthen; flower stand, Mrs W. H. Kensit; brooch, Mr Hawkins; silver sugar sifter, Mr James Davies, Carmarthen; jug, Miss Elizabeth Jones; vase, Mrs Howell; silver grape scissors, Miss Heardes, Carmarthen handkerchief satchet, h'ev E. M. Roderick, Carmarthen; salad bowl and ladles, Miss Lewis, 2, Terrace.
SEASIDE READINGS. TREASURES. To do no harm, is the praise of a stone, not of a man. You may gather a rich harvest of knowledge by reading; but thought is the winnowing machine. To speak harshly to a person of sensibility is like striking a harpsichord with your fists. A head properly constituted can accommodate itself to whatever pillows the vicissitudes of fortune may place under it. It you ask me which is the real hereditary sin of human nature, do you imagine I shall answer pride, or luxury, or ambition, or egotism ? No. I shall say indolence. Who conquers indolence will conquer all, the rtist-indeed, all good principles must stagnate without mental activity. A man that is young in years may be old in hours, if he has lost no time but that happeneth rarely. Generally, the youth is like the first cogitations, not so wise as the second; for there isayonth in thoughts as well as in ages and yet the invention of yonng men is more lively than that of old, and imaginations stream into minds better, and, as it were, nore divinely. J TRIFLES. "Henry," asked the fond wife of her sick husband, "would yon not like to see somebody?" and;he faintly. responded, "No, I'm not see sick." Yachtsman: Who owns this vessel?" Skippers "You do, sir." Yachtsman: "Why did yon set that spinnaker without askingme, then?" Skipper: "Yea were below, sir, and she needed it in a hurry.' Yachtsman "Well, sir, I want it distinctly under stood that hereafter, if the boat is even sinking, yot) are to come to me and ask permission for her to do it Good morning, sir." A gentleman lately kept the following meteorolo gical journal of his wife's temper:— "Monday, rathei cloudy; in the afternoon, rainy. Tuesday, vapourish brightened up a little towards evening. Wednesday changeable, gloomy, inclined to rain. Thursday! high wind, and some peals of thunder. Friday, far in the morning, variable till afternoon, cloudy al night. Saturday, a gentle breeze, hazy, a thick fog and a few flashes of lightning. Sunday, tempestuouj and rainy; towards evening somewhat calmer." 4 What's tha proper age for a parson ? The parson i age, of course. N I;
u- Mr and Mrs Hanson, Barton-on-trent Mrs Coatee, Walsall S9, Mrs Edwards- The Misses Macdonald, Bath Mrs and Miss Brooke, Shrewsbury llw Johnson and Miss Griffiths, Birmingham 60, Craiglais View, Mrs Williams- Mrs and Miss Bolton, Handsworth, Birmingham Miss Sharp, Beading Master W. Tobias, Llanelly e1. Mrs Hog- Mr and Mrs Evans, family and nurse, Bromyard Mr ard Mrs Bebies, Abergavenny Mr and Mrs Davies and family, Cwrtmawr G2, Mrs D. Davies— Mr and MM T. W. Davies, Welshpool Mrs Humphreys, do Mr Dluok, children and nnrse Misses Hessey and Misses Smith, Tipton m- Mr ai'd Mrs Dernaley and family, Manchester Mr, Mrs and Misses Hiue, do 64. York House, Miss Russell- Mrs Davies and family, Abergavenny Mr an 1 Mrs Williams and family, Hereford Miss Harvey, Hereford The Misses Toot 65, Clifton House. Mrs Powell- Mr and Mrs Wilson and family, Newport, Salop Mrs and Miss Wedge, do Miss Collins, do Miss Johnson aBd friends, Hereford Mr and Mrs Callant and family, Bridgenorth QUEEN'S HOTEL, Mr W. H. Palmer- Mr Aria; Mrs Minnes, Kent; Messrs W P and R Walker, London; Mr A Clarke; the Rev Griffiths Rbayader; Mr Howell, Surrey; Mr Rowlands, Tenby; Mr and Mrs Davies, family and nurse; Mrs C H Caldicott, Birmingham; Mr Henman, London; Miss Moles worth, Cornwall; Mrs Mann Birmingham; Mr Streeton, London; Mrs and Miss Parry Jones, Hereford; Mr and the Misses Collins, London Miss (jore, do; Miss Potts, do; Mrs and Miss Wheeler, Yorkshire; Mr and Mrs Warley, Manchester; Mrs Underhill, family and maid, Piccadilly; Mr and Mrs Balbray; Mr and Mrs Hargreaves VICTORIA TERRACE. 3, Ocean View House. Mrs Kensit- Rev. E. and Mrs Hewlett, family and maid, Man- chester Miss Watkins, Talgarth Miss Parry, do Snow-don Honse- Mr and Mrs R. W. and Miss Moore, Wednesbury Miss Blakemore and Miss Jones, do Mr, Mrs and Master Marsden, Liverpool Rev Charles Jerdan, L.L.B, Mrs and Master David Jerdan, Greenock 5, Plynlimon House, Mrs Pierce- Mrs and Miss Fowler, Great Malvern Mr and Mrs W. T. Bannister and family, Kidde minster Mr C. A. Bannister and family, Claverley Mr Milone, Dnblin Mr and Mrs Goostry and family, Bnrslem Mrs and Master Tonley, do 6, Trafalgar House, Mr R. Felix- Mr, Mrs, and Mr Marriott, Derby Mr and Mrs McConnell, Wimslow Mr E. J. Muff, Ilkley Mrs and the Misses Laidlow (3), Withington Mr and Mrs T. W. Alabaster and family, Moseley Mr E. Lewis, Newtown 7, Brighton House, Miss Lewis- Mr and Mrs Belham and Miss Stephens, Wimble- don Mr and Mrs Smallwood and neiee Mr and Mrs Lewis and family, Handsworth Abergeldie House, Mrs Julian- Mr and Mrs Levin and family, London Mr and Mrs A. S. Richards, family and nurse, Handsworth, Birmingham Mr, Mrs, Miss, Messrs J. and C., and Miss Averil imdlMiss N. Hives, Newport Pagnell ALBERT PLACE. Mr Pinell BRYNYMOR TERRACE. Bay View Cottage— Mrs and Misses Hopkins, Bath Mr Farmer 2. Glenlossin House, Mrs Hoskin- Mrs Crosby, Salford, Manchester Mrs Donnell, Sonthport Mr AIsihead, Newcastle-on-Tyne 4. Mrs Edwards— Miss Kirg, Burton-on-Trent Miss Ottewell, Derby 5, Mrs Ellis— The Misses Kain, London Mr and Mrs May and baby, Manchester Mrs, Miss, and Master E Howe, Manchester Snlield House, Mrs Meredith- Mrs, Miss and Miss A. West, Burnley Mr and Mrs Taylor, family and maid, Liverpool QUEEN'S ROAD. 4, Mrs J H Jones- Miss Readly, Bowling Misses Williams (2), do Crystal Palace, Mrs Price- Mr Daviess and son, Welshpool Mr and Mrs Hamer, Rhayader Miss Main Birmingham Miss Main, Sheffield Mr Pryce, do :19, Cadogan Honse Mr and the Misses Price, Cardiff Lurline House, Mrs Fear- I Mr, Mrs and Miss Ward, Madeley, Salop Miss Raspass, Madeley Mrs E and Miss W. Potter, Birmingham Mrs T and Messrs W A and J H cotter, Smeth- irick Mr A J Sandland, Birmingham A Lansdowne House, Mrs Trenwith- I Mrs Mumford and Miss Webber, Mosely Exeter House, Mrs Morcom Mr Sucliff and Miss Lord, Manchester Mr and Mrs Hughes, Greenwich Miss Sell, do Mrs Davies. Regent street Cardigan House, Miss Morgan- Mr and Mies Schofield, Manchester PORTLAND STREET. 4^ Brunswick House, Mrs Jones- Miss Hughes, Osweatry Mrs Lewis, Crickheatre Hall Mr and Mrs JSichollB and sons, Bilston 5, Mrs A ston- Mr and Master Hall, Shrewsbury Mr A. Watson, Tamworth 7, Glasfryn House, Mrs Capt Davies- Mr and Mrs Conlthard and family, Builth Wells Mr, Mrs and the Misses Christmas (2), Warwick Mrs Walters, Leamington 10. Mrs Edwards- I Misses Nicklin (2), Broseley 13, Mrs Hughes— Mrs and Miss Smith, Horncastle Mrs Evans, do I Mrs Hill, London "Elian Vannin, Miss Whittington— Mr and Mrs Szlumper and family, London Mr Stevens, Manchester 14, Mrs Morgans- Mr and Mrs Pritchard and family, Treharris Mr Morgan, do 81, Mrs Bateman- Mr and Mrs Grust, Erdington Mrs Jones, Holyhead 23, Annie Sylvenus- Mr and Mrs Rimmer, Bryn Peris Mr and Mrs Coulson, Birmingham 25, Mrs Rsnkin- Miss Russell, Maesyowmmer Miss Powell, do Miss Wills, Kensington Miss S. A. Powell, Fnlham Miss Collins, Maesycwmmer Miss Blanche Powell, do Miss Haynes, moseley Miss Bryan, Birmingham 27, Mrs Hughes- Mr Williams, Llandovery Mr Hopkins, do Mr and Mrs Thomas and family, Herefordshire 28. Mrs Osborne- Mr and Mrs Stead, Shrewsbury Mrs and Miss Tacey, Leamington Mr B. Clarke, Leicester 31, Mrs Vigars- Rev R. and Mrs Seekes and daughter, BromagrOTe The Misses Price, Bristol 37,— Mr and Mrs Rogers, nurse and baby, Stunton-on- Arrow Mr Slater, Coleshill 39,Mr Thomas Hughes- Mrs Edwards, Cwmamman Carl August Thomas Graefe, Liverpool 41, Mrs Humphreys— Mr Slater, Coleshill Mr and Mrs Rogers, nurse and family, Hereford 44, Mrs Capt Jones- Mrs and Mr A. J. Atkinson, Much Wenlock 49, Gwbfert House, Mrs Williams- Mr Edwards and Miss Anson, Kingsland, Hereford- shire Mr George Edwards, Hereford Mrs James, Brecon. NORTH PARADE. 21, Mrs W. Owen— Mr and Mrs Orton and sons, Leicester 23, Mrs Lumley- Misses Lawton, Cheshire Miss Bagnail, Manchester Misses Potter, do Mrs Jackson, do aiss Dilvies, do 27, Mrs W. Jonps- Mrs and Miss Beetee, Wolverhampton 30, Mrs Cole- Mrs Pvrkes, Warwick Miss Few, do 31, Mrs Davies- Mr and Mrs R. Evans, and children, Wrexham 34, Mrs WilllllmR- Mr and Prole, London Mr and Mrs G. H. Sheffield, Nottingham Miss Gertrude King, do Miss Lucy King, do 35. Mrs Ellis- Mr and Mrs Bradley, Collyhnrst, Manchester Miss M"o", do 36, Mrs Morris- Mr. Mrs and Miss Bradden, Birmingham 39, Miss Evitns— Miss Kharricks, Salford Miss Emma Sharricks, do Mr Pautfr,-et, Manchester Masters Willam and Frank Hearvey, Salford Miss Ht-urvey, West Bromwich 41, Mrs 'wen— Miss Evans Mrs Wiiiifitns Mi-s Jenkirs 42, Mrs Atwood- Mr and Mrs Phillips, Cardiff Mrs nnd Miss Prycp, Newtown Miss Goldsworthy, Llanidloes 43, Mrs Morgan— Mrs Smiih and family, Manchester Miss Morgan, Manchester Miss Coy, do Miss Harrison, Leamington Misses Lott. do Miss Wiggins, Northfieet, Kent Miss Tnrman, Brockley, Kent Miss Harrison, Marylebone 49, Mrs Howlett- Miss S. Biakeway, Chaddesley, Worcestershire Miss A. Edith Biakeway, do Miss Laura Blakeway, du 55, Mrs Botwood— Mrs Williams, Birmingham 65. Mrs ROWd- Mr and Mrd Radford, Mayfield 71, Mrs Ed wanJs- Mrs Richards, Handsworth Miss Richards, rfo illiss Moore, do 73, Mrs JOlles- Mr H. Kina, Nottingham Mr J. Smith, do NORTHGA TE STREET. 34, Nortlig-,te lloase, Mrs Thomas- Mrs Jones, London Miss Evans, Bala Miss Iwan. do ) 11, Mrs Hughes— Mrs S. C. Smith and son, Birmingham 21, Mrs Davies- Mr, Mrs and Miss Smith, Loxells, Birmingham 32, Mrs Owen- Mr Phillips. ISewtown Mr Jones, do Mr M. W. Wynne, Wavertree, Liverpool Mrs Wynne, do Mr, Mrs and the Misses Chilton, Wolverhampton PENMAESGLAS ROAD. 10, Captain Williams- Mr, Mrs and Mr J Evans, Blaina 26 Mr and Mrs J. A. Annan, family and nurse, Rash- bury, Wolverh tmptoa BAKER STREET. 3, Mrs Jones- Mr and Mrs Thomas, Great Malvern Mr Mills, Bangor 4, Mra T. Humphreys- Mrs and Master A. Wharam, Birmingham 5, Mrs Lloyd- Mrs Williams, Llanbrynmair Miss Wadams, Breekley Miss Eg^rton, Llandegfan 7, Mra D Lloyd- Mr and Mrs Osborne and family, Birmingham Mr Best and son, London Mrs and Mrs Till, Edgbaston 10, Mrs Davies- Mr Ash, Wolverhampton Mr and Mrs Preston and family, Wolverhampton Victoria Cottage, Mcs Morgan— Mr and Mra G. A. P. Brady, Higher Tranmere Cheshire Mr C. J. Durie, Tranmere Victoria Hotel- Mr and Mrs Wilks, Manchester Mr J. GfeOrge, Watford Mr Evans, London UNION STREET. 1, Miss Morris- Mr and Misses N. and V. Rees, Welahpool Mra Roderick, Tregaron TERRACE ROAD. 29. Lisburne House, Mr F. Bennison- Mrs T Baugh, Llanymynech, Salop Mrs Dean, do Blue Bell Hotel, Mr Davies- Mr and Mrs Webb, Hereford Miss F Dillon, do 32, Beach House, Miss Lloyd- Mrs Talbott, Leicester Miss Creaddock, do 34, Mrs Reef— Mrs Wardell Miss Ironmonger Miss Derry, Newark-on-Trent LEWIS TERRACE. 4, Mrs Benbow- Mrs and Miss Swain and Master T. C. Swain, New. town, Mont 5, Mrs Phillips- The Misses Latham, Handsworth Mr and Mrs Lee and child, Birmingham Commercial Hotel, Mrs Rees- Mr Hamans, Shrewsbury Mr Thomas, Lampeter Mr Davies, Mountain Ash Railway Inn, Mrs Tanner- Mra Williams and family, Ferndale Mr, Mrs and Miss Jones, do Miss Kingsey, Abergavenny Mr Jones, do PENGLAIS ROAD. Glyndwr Villa, Mrs Lewis- Mr and Mrs Edwards, baby and nurse, Llangollen GEORGE STREET. 2 Newry House, Mrs D. Lloyd- Miss Harding, Whitchurch Miss Harrison, Melington Miss Breeze, Leogtun, Staff Mr and Mrs Astbury, Newcastle, do. Messrs Jewell, Birmingham Mr Davies, do MrRieharda, Oswestry Mr Cutts, do. 8, Mra Jones- Mrs and Miss Warrington, Smethwick Mr and Mrs Kinnerley and family, Derby Miss Biddla, Chaddesden, Derby 11, Mr McKay Mr and Mrs Barber and family Mrs Theobald Mr and Mrs Andrews 15, Mrs Metoalfe- Miss Goodby, Wolverhampton Mr Williams, Ellesmere Mrs Cope and family, Shrewsbury Miss Penn, Birmingham Miss Bartlett, do. POWELL STREET. 3, Mrs Warrell Mrs Lloyd, London Master and Miss Wiley, Lozells. Birmingham 4, Birmingham House, Mrs Morgan- Mr and Mrs Davies and family, Penybont, Radnor- shire Mr and Mrs Cracroft, Birmingham Mrs Harries, do. Misses Sambrook, Wolverhampton Misses Baker, Ettingshall Miss Elledge, Bilaton 5, Mrs Williams Mr and Mrs Smith and family, Birmingham Mr and Miss Hill, do Mr Mathews, T"ffs Well Mr Millward and Lewis, Cardiff Mrs Jones and family, Hereford Mrs James and family, Kinaersley Station, Here- ford Mr Davies, Llangammarch Wells Mr Davies, Shrewsbury 6 Mrs Lewis Mrs J. S. Cheesemanand family, Oswestry 7, Mrs Davies Mrs and Miss Richards, Rhondda Valley 10 Mrs Williams Miss Vaughap, Lendon Mr and Mrs Barry, Birkenhead WILLIAM STREET. 5 Mrs Jones Mr and Mrs Jones, Carmarthen CUSTOM-HOUSE STREET. 1 Mrs Roberts Misses Bullock, Chester 3, Mrs Hughes- Mr Davies. Builth Miss Barnes and Mrs Sier, Birmingham; and Miss Clarine Cook 5 Mrs Hall Mrs Tart and sons, and Mr Fisher,Wolverhampton I Mr R. J. Rees, London SEA VIEW PLACE. 3, Miss Keeling— Mr A. T. B. Page, London Mr S A. Wright, do Mr F. J. cpindler, do Mr William-, Welshpool Mrs mtid Albert Rndge. do 4, Castle Cottage, Mr Doughton- Misses Domniett, London Miss Nnth, do Mi-s Rearsey, do 15, Ariel Cottage, Mrs D,ivies— Mr, Mrs nnd Miss Redman, Wolverhampton Mr and Mrs Bason, family and nurse, do Miss Broatch, do MILL STREET. Plongh Inn. Mr Bluck- Mr and Mrs Bevan and family, Shropshire E T, Wood, London 15, Mrs Richard* — Mr, Mrs ;>nrl Miss Fletcher, Bristol Mr Morris, Pourypridd Mr Lewis, do Mr and Mrs Thomas, Llanidloes 19, Mrs Jones— Mrs Lloyd and Miss Bruxton, near Shrewsbury Mr and Mrs Jenkins, Tredegar Mrs Stevens and family, Dudley 26, Mrs Hngheq- Mr and Mrs Morgans, Llandyssul GRAY'S INN LANE. 1, Mrs Jones- Miss Evans, Aberdare Mr and Mrs Davies aiad daughter, Bnilth Mr and Mrs Williams, do Mr Pric", Merthyr 2, Mrs Huifhes— Mr and Mrs Davies, Dowlais 4, Mrs Mrs alld Ma-ters (4) Williams, Dowlais 5, Mrs Jenkins- Mr anr Mrs Morgans and son, Ystrad Mr J J-mkins, do QUEEN STREET. 10 Miss Jenkins Mrs, Miss, and Master Bernascone, Merthyr Mr and M >ster Thomas, South Wales 14, M Mr Powell, Talgarth Mr ami Mr. Roberts, Newtown Master Roberts, do Mr and the Misses Evans, Chester Mr Morgan, Liverpool 38, Mrs Davies— Mr ;!nd Mrs Wiudred and family, Bronwyth, near Carmarthen Miss Evans, do. Mrs Stephens and family, do. Mr James, Carmarthenshire PRINCESS STREET. Royal Oak Inn, Mrs Morgan- Mr W. HJlkins, Star of Gwent Hotel, EbbwVale Mrs Evans, Holly Bush, do Mr and Mra Evans, Couch, Rhondda Valley Mr and-Mrs Bnrbeck, Perth 12, Mrs Sam ueJ- Mr and Master Morgans, Dowlaia Mr and Mrs Williams, do Mr Roberts, Tre'rddol Mr Dunfora, Oxford 14 J. E. Jones- Mr Owens and Mr Jones, Carnarvon Mr Evans, Dolgelley Mr Humphreys and Mr Parry, Cemmes Road ST. MICHAEL'S PLACE. 2, Miss Owen— Mr and Mrs Chambers, Lndlow Mr and Mrs Starwood and family, Wolverhampton 4, Mrs Lloyd- I Mrs Parkes, Birmingham Miss Harding, Birmingham Mrs Partridge, Wednesbury Mr aud Mrs Olding, do LITTLE DARKGATE STREET. Hope and Anchor, Mrs Jenkins- Mr John Price Mr Timothy Williams, Hirwain Prince Albert Hotel, Mrs Ellis- Mr Powell, London Mr Evans and Mr Jones, Cardiff 29, Burleigh House, Mrs Fiuch- Dr and Mrs Clarke, Buenos Ayres, Sonth Amerioa Mrs Wm Mattey, Hereford Miss Evans, Miss Williams, Miss Mattey, Miss Thomas, do Miss Wood and Miss Burley, Birmingham Cocoa, house, Mrs Evans- Mr, Mrs and Miss Roberts, Birmingham Miss Winnell, Shrewsbury Mr and Mrs Griffiths, Machynlleth Miss Davies, Talsarn Mr Jones, Towyn NEW STREET. 7, Mrs Jones- Mrs Davies and family, Shrewsbury Mrs and Miss Cooks, London Miss Gomer and Miss Chatwick, Wolverhampton 8, Mrs kdwards- Mr Williams, Cardiff Mr and Mrs Baker, Llanbister Miss Lloyd, Iilandovery Mrs Williams, do 11, Mrs Rowlands- Mrs Jones and son, Talgarth Mrs and Miss Jones, do 14, Mrs Samuel— Misses Lloyd, Llanfyllin Mr Moseley, Abergavenny 16, Mrs Daviee,- Mr and Mrs Adams, London 20, Miss James- liev and Mrs Whitney, Huddersfield Rev J Davies, Chirk Mr Chadderton, Cambridge PIER STREET. Gwalia Temperance Hotel, Owen Owen—' Mr Davies Mr Bishop, Malvern Mr Jenkins, Carmarthen 27, J. A. James- Mr Brockhill, London Mrs Withringtoa, Garthmell Miss B. Turner 38, Mrs James— Mr and Mrs S. W. Bickley, Southaea Mrs M. R. Davies and family The Misses Davies, Coalbrookdale Mr and Mrs Edwyn Hartley, Huddersfield Pier Hotel, Hy Owen— Mr and Mrs and Master W. Owen, Sea.combe Messrs. Victor and H. Gosh, Stoke-on-Trent Mr and Miss Jones, Machynlleth Mr Price, Newtown KING STREET. 5, Mrs Hughes— Mrs Sonthell and Miss Butler RAILWAY TERRACE. 5, Mrs Dodd- Mr and Mrs Barber, Birmingham 10, Mrs Griffiths- Miss Dickens, Carmarthen Mrs Thomas and family, do Mrs Harris, Cynwil Mr Davies, Llanpumpsaint NEWFOUNDLAND STREET. Mona Honse, Mrs Jones- Mrs and Miss Rowe, Asten, Birmingham Mrs Rees, Cardiff Mrs Young, Newport Mr Bishton Glanymorfa house5 Mra Peake- Mr and Mrs Vernon and family Miss Davfson, Newport, Mon. ALFRED PLACE. 4, Mrs Ro berts- Miss Lloyd, Bishop's Castle, Salop Mr Bore, do 7, Mrs Ellis- Mr and Mrs Talbot, Birmingham CORPORATION STREET. 8, Mrs Colliford- Mrs Williams and children, the Look, Brecon Mrs Evans- Mr and Mrs Griffiths, Brecon SHIPBUILDERS ROW. 7, Mrs Evans- Mrs Evans, Llangurig Miss Davies, do HIGH STREET. 10, Mrs J ones- Mr R Williams, Mardy Mrs Jenkins, Pant, Dowlais 18, Mrs Davies— Mr and Mrs Davies, Brecon ( Mr Davies, Oswestry Mrs Davies, Brecon 21,- Mr Baker, Wolverhampton Mr Talbot, do 18, Mrs Parry- Mrs Thomas and son, Merthyr 29, Mrs Lloyd- Mr and Mrs Levely, Madeley Mrs and Miss Yardley, Stoke-on-Trent 38, Mrs Capt Jones— Mr and Mrs Francis and family, Miss Powell, Smethwick Mrs and Miss Beetlestone Mss Hollyhead, Oakengates 39, Mrs M. Evan z- Mrs Jones and Mrs Lewis, Merthyr 40. Mr* Morgan Mr E Charles and party BRIDGE STREET. 15, Mrs Samuel— Mr and Mrs Alfred Coles, Nottingham Mr and Mrs Giles aari family, Birmingham Mr, Mrs and Master Winship, do 17, Mrs Thomas- Misses Evacs and Jenkins, Brecon Mrs Williams, Merthyr 19, Mrs Jones— Miss Jenkins. Bargoed Mr and Mrs Dabbs, Leamington Mr Jones, Dowlais Mr and Mrs Evans, do Mrs Jones, do Mrs and Miss Morgan, do Mrs and Miss Morgans, Dowlais Mr J Evans and Mrs Jones, do Mrs and Miss Davies, do Old Black Lion, Mrs Davits- Mr, Mrs and Master Joseph Lloyd, Tredegar Mr Williams, Llangammarch Messrs. Jones, Pegrhiweibor Mr Isaac and Mr Evans, Bryuaman Crosswood Honse, Mrs Clay ton- Mr and Miss Fr-tzgat, Shrewsbury Mrs Metcalfe and Mrs Williams, do Nags Head Inn. Mr Evans- Mrs Owens, Llangeitho Mr Phillips, do Mr Daniel Davies, Mardy Messrs. Enoch Edwards, Tsaac Davies, and David Davies. E Williams, Mardy Messrs Morris and Griffiths, Porth Mrs James, Rhiwbns Mrs Morgans, Lied rod Messrs Williams and Davies, Mardy 25, Miss M. J. Rees— Mr and Mrs James, Abertil!ery Mr Williams, Tonpaiuiy Mr, Mrs and Miss Thomas, London Mrs and Master Jones, do Mr Davies, Tredegar 42, Mrs Gobert— Mrs James Miss S Raynolds. Brynmawr Mr Albert Bellamy, Stourbridge 45, Mr Williams- Mr T M Jones, Llanbrynmair Miss Evans, Carmarthen 50, Mrs Cashmore- Misdes J T and E M Havard, Glasbnry Mrs Walker and son, Sparkbrook, Birmingham Miss Willison, Sparkhill, do Miss Davies, do Miss Bradnack, King's Heath, do Mr Phillip Bunn, West Bromwich Mr W iS Harrold, do 52- Miss Nevill, Birmingham Misses Fullwoods, do 53, Mrs Lewis- Mrs and Miss Hemming Mrs Griffiths, Newcastle-on-Lyne Mr, Mrs and Misses Mnrdoen, Knighton Mi and Miss Shutter, Birmingham GREAT DARKGATE STREET. LION HOTEL, John Roberts- Mr and Mrs Davies, London; Mr and the Misses Bolton, Northampton Mr Cattle, Hayes, Kent; Mr Phillips, London; Mr Tillett; Mr Hnrm; Mr Morris Jones, Dolgelley Mr T L Roberts, London; Mr Brabia, Birkenhead, Mr Pollock, London Mr McDonald, Gloucester; Mr Jones, Manchestr Mr Warmsley, Oldham Mr Thomas, Liverpool; Mr Prosser, Haverfordwest; Mr Mr Thomas, Sheffield; Mr, Mrs and the Misses Woods, London Mr Bill, Carlisle; Mr Hughes, Manchester; Mr Allchurch, Sheffield; Mr J E Thistle, Montgomery; Mr Reese; Mr Payne; Mr Davies; Mr Jones; Mr Hiley Mr Letaeby Mr Griffiths; Mr Moore; Mr Livingstone; Mr Steel; Mr Walkley; Mr J Odell; Mr Hayes; Mr Chance; Mr Cole MARKET STREET. 8, Mrs Evans— Mary Greenow, Glasbury Mary Jane Price, Velindre Miss Pritchard, Llanymynach Mrs Boll, do CAMBRIAN PLACE. Mr and Master Tampline, Newport Mon Mrr Lewis, Ysgwyddsrwyn Derri, Glanmorgan Mrs Owen, Cardiff Rev J. Edwards, Risca Mr Jenkins, Radnor 7, Mrs James Thomas- Mr and Mrs Paty, Birmingham Mr Paty, do Mrs Hodges, Hereford 4, Cocoa House, Mrs Davies- Mr E. Rowlands, Treveca College, Breconshire Mr B. C. Davies, Brecon Mr D. Owens, Machynlleth Mr J. T. Jones, Porth, Rhondda Valley Mr Roberts, America Mr Hnghs, do Mr J. Fruzell, Swansea Mr T. Evans, Cardigan Mr Reynolds, Hull Mr J. Owen, London CHALYBEATE TERRACE. 11. Mrs Jones- Rev. A. C. Pearce, Macclesfield 8,— Mr Jones 9, Mrs Jones— Mr and Mrs Jones, Dowlais Mr A. Jones, do