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FOOTBALL CHAT. | LINESMAN.] Last Saturday was a shocking' <1*7 for football. Heavy rain sweeping over the district, accom- panied by a cold easterly wind; and the number of spectators was consequently small in the Towya v. Aberystwyth match. Those who braved the elements, were however, rewarded, by seeing an excellent game. Both teams were weakly repre- sented' but the play was of an excellent grade and ths result remained in doubt until the last few minutes Ir eventually proved to be a win for the visitoi s by 4 to 3 at least so far as the referee's decisions went. The spectators held a different opinion to him as to the last goal scored. The result of the match brings down the Rovers record to about the lowest stagf, since they have been a club, as they have only won one match through- out the season. The reason for it, in my opinion, is there has been a great deal of chop- ping and changing about of the teams. On Saturday two new hands gave a very good display on the right wing, getting along very nicely indeed at times In the centre Jones did well, and the left wing pair made their presence felt all through as usual. The backs and halves gave a good account of themselves and the goalkeeper also. The visitors were well balanced and played a steady game from start to finish. All display of persona! feeling between the players was happily absent this time and there was no unseemly disturbances. There are very few matches left, on the fixture card but it is expected that these will include Portmadoc, and possibly some of the Montgomery. shire clubs. The funds of the home club are how- ever in a sorry condition, for the attendance an home matches has been poor in the extreme. It is therefore a matter of grave difficulty to get matches arranged. The remedy lies in the hands of the club's supporters if they may be called such. Those who are the loudest to complain are never to be seen watching the game. The death of Mr John Davies removes a thorough supporter of the club, and a man who worked energetically on behalf of sport generally in the district. The smnouncemet of his demise aroused a feeling of widespread regret amongst all foot- ballers. The Dolgelley match with Bala Press does not come off for some time, and the Committee are determined to place the best team possible on tho fisld. Still, it would be as well for the cempetition, if the cup went to Bala this year, but whether it will remains to be seen.
THE LEAGUE. Goals. P. W. L. D. V. A. PTS. West Bromwich, 21 14 5 2 41 25 30 Sheffield W'n'dav 22 13 8 1 39 25 27 Sheffield United.. 21 12 7 2 35 25 26 Derby County 21 12 7 2 37 27 26 Notts County 21 10 5 6 26 25 26 Bury 20 11 7 2 35 23 24 Sunderland 20 9 5 6 30 21 24 Liverpool 20 10 8 2 47 33 22 Stoke 21 9 8 4 30 25 22 Notts Forest 22 8 8 6 27 30 22 Wolverhampton.. 22 9 9 4 30 33 20 Everton. 22 8 10 4 3E 33 20 Aston Villa 20 8 9 3 32 30 19 Middlesbtough. 20 7 10 3 20 31 17 Newcastle United 18 7 9 2 22 30 16 BlackburnRovers 22 7 13 2 28 43 16 Grimsby 21 4 11 6 28 41 14 Bolton Wand. 22 0 19 3 18 60 3
THE COMBINATION. Goals. P. W. L. D. F. A. PTS. Wrexham 16 13 1 2 58 9 28 Witton Albion 18 10 2 6 37 23 26 Oswestry 17 10 5 2 42 24 22 Nantwich 16 9 5 2 34 29 20 Birkenhead 14 9 4 1 30 19 19 BurslemPortVale 16 8 5 3 45 29 19 Chester 16 5 5 6 32 26 16 Middlewieh 16 5 6 5 21 38 15 Rbyl 13 5 7 1 31 30 11 White StarWand. 12 5 6 1 14 21 11 Winsford 16 4 10 2 32 43 10 *Bangor 15 4 7 4 31 44 10 N'ton-le-Willows. 14 4 9 1 28 51 9 Chirk 14 3 10 1 21 37 7 Tranmere Rovers 19 2 14 3 16 49 7 Two points deducted for playing an ineligible man.
THE WELSH AMATEUR CUP. DRAW FOR THE FOURTH ROUND. The draw for the fourth round resulted as fol- lows — Bangor or L'anrwst v. Rhyl, Wrexham Victoria v. F<i .t U.A.C., Llanidloes v. Whitchurch, Chirk or Drai s v. Bala. The ties are to be pi 'yed on or before January 24. FRIENDLY MATCHES. TOWYN V. ABERYSTWYTH.—These teams met on Saturday at Towyn is a, friendly encounter. The weather was very wet and unpleasant and the atter-daitee was poor. The visitors were not well represented and the Rovers had a somewhat mixed team. The gpme was controlled by Mr Matthew Edwards. The game, notwithstanding the heavy going, was fast at tho outset the visitors showed up well. They secured the first goal, which came from the right after a good run, and was well deserved. The Rovers at once responded, and after some give and take play they secured a corner. From this Joe Edwards was successful in heading the ball into the net, They kept the visitors very busy, and Dick Jones ultimately succeeded in put- ting his side ahead, with a smart shot. Aberyst- wyth were however, enabled to equalise, owing to a misunderstanding between the backs and the goalkeeper. A well placed coiner by E. V. Jones enabled Edwards to score a goal, and the interval arrived with the score: Towyu 3 gcals, Aberystwyth 2 goals. The ground, especially near the goals, had now become exceed- ingly treacherous, but the players kept at it with unabated energy, both teams displaying pretty and effective combination. Eventually the visitors were penned in, but from a breakaway they were the first to score. E. V. J mes equalised v.ith a swift nttempt after which the pace slowed uu.vn considerably. The visiting right got away, and Bent in a good shot which was saved by Jones. It slipped between, his legs, but he got it before slipped between, his legs, but he got it before I crossing the line. The referee who was a long way down, allowed the point, and roused the ire of the spectators. The game thus ended in a win for Aberystwyth, the score being, Aberystwyth 4 goals, Towyn 3 goals. The following represented tho Rovers: -Goal, L. Jones; bac' E. L. Jones and J. H. Evans; halves, E. JoneCl, Ben Jones, and F. Davids forwards, Bob Wynne, Ohas. Davies, Dick JoneS, Joe Edwards, and Sam Davies.
SHROPSHIRE JUNIOR CUP. [THIRD ROUND.] OSWESTRY UNITED RESERVE v. PONTES- BURY UNITED. This match was played at Oswestry on Saturday on a 1) id ground. Mr H. C. Love, Shrewsbury, was the referee, and the teams were PONTESBURY. Goal, Morris; backs, Carswell and Tomlins; half-backs, H. Overton, Hartshorn, and C. Evans forwards, E. Evans, Pritchard, Thomas, Fleet and Cha'linor. OSWESTRY RESERVE. Goal, Powell; backs, Emery and Bowyer half- backs, Hampson, Davies, and Rev G, Roberts for- wards, Marshall, Finchett, Adams, Mack, and Pugh. Oswestry forced the game at the outset, and Finchett had two shots from long distance, but both failed. Pontesbury made a dash for the Oswestry goal and their big forwards seemed likely to get through, when the effort was nullified through Challinor being offside. The Reserve took up the running, and Adams passed on to Mack who apparently had an open goal, but the ball cannoned off a visitor and a fruitless corner resulted. The Rev G. Roberts having checked the visiting right gave to Pugh who made away and centred, Mack beating Morris with a good shot after 10 minutes' play. The Reserves were again in evidence. Tom- lins, however, cleared, and Challinor finished a good run by striking the upright. The Reserves then asserted themselves, T. Pugh making a grand individual effort but shot against the goalkeeper. Soon after Mack got through and added a second goal. From the centre kick Pontesbury got in and Thomas had a try, but Powell was on the alert, and Emery and Bowyer next foiled an attempt by the visitors. Ends were changed with Oswestry leading by two to nil. The home side continued the pressure and the visiting halves found plenty to do to keep the forwards at bay. Morris saved well from Finchett and then Pugh placed over the bar. The visitors f jund an opening and Fleet had hard lines in shooting wide. The Reserve returned to the attack, the halves showing up well. Mack made a grand run and wound up with a hard shot, Morris just magging to clear. After a temporary visit to the other end by the visitors, who found Emery and Bowyer safe, Adams led the van and Finchett. forced a rn^r. Hampson placed this well and and Pngli J "GJ No. 3, and a minute or two later Mack bcored No. 4. From now on to the end the Reserve monopolised the play and the result was, Oswestry Reserve 4 goals, Pontesbury nil. In the next round Dawley visits Oswestry.
Y GOLOFN GYMREIG. LWC DDA I Mr Robert R. Owen, Abergynolwyti, a Miss Marti :t Hughes, Corns, ar en huniad priodasol. Cvfarfeddwyd Robert Owen, Gan hudolus lygai mercb, A chroesawodd ef y feinwen I baradwys haf ei sereh. Wedi cvfnod o rodiana, Mraich ym mraich hyd ddol a bryn, Daethant i lawenydd odfa, Undeb priodasol gwyn. Cafodd Martha wylaidd leduais, Y dymunol lane yn wr, A ehadd Robert ei llcbelgais, Martha dlos yn wraig bidsiwr. Ar yr aelwyd dddifyr-lawen, Heddyw maent yn ddedwydd un, Canu mwy bydd Robert Owen, Ddeuawd gyda'i anwyl fun. I'w ddyddori yn ei amser, Fe ddaw iddynt fab nou ferch, Dan wybrenau glas-wawr lionder Wedi hy n ceir triawd serch. Maith a melus bosd en dyddiau, Heb i ledrith gwae a phoen- Eu cyfarfod ar hyd lwybrau- Bythol-wyrddion Eden hoen. FFIWILYM DYFI.
-+- ANERCHIAD PRIODASOL I Miss E. Owens, 5, Brynmair, a Mr H. F. Jones, Relieving Stationmaster, Towyn, lonawr 9,1903. Pan oedd Ellen fwyn yn rhodio, 'N ysgafn iawn ar flaen ei throed, Tra. yn syllu ar yr heol, Rhwi.g y gwyrddol ddail y coad Canfu Hughie ar ei ymdaith, Dywedai'n gryf mai ef oedd hardd, Gvs eil na'r rhosyn goreu dyfodd Eiioed mysg blodeu goreu gardd. Hugbie ddoethaf pan ei gwelodd, 'N syllu aruo draw o bell, Credai'n ffyddiog— <ucw'm Lili," Ni allaf ddewis 'run sydd well; Trefnai oreu'r modd i'w henill, Hi i'w garu of yn iawn, Mewo rhyw gampwaith difyr odiaeth, Diliuu melus seigiau grawn. Myrddiwn cyfrin, unwaith amod, Fel y graig yn gryf ddiball, 'N min y mellt a thwrf taranau, Safai hwn i'r naill a'r Hall; Weithiau'n methu earn digon, Pe elai'i byd yn fflam o din, Enynai serch i waelod calon, Methai arf ei iaddyn lan.. Weleheddjw wedi ymrwymo, Dcieuddyn hoff mewn cwlwm tyn, Na ddattodir, meddwn mono, Tra bo haul u wch ael y bryn Dolef wn bellach Haleliwia," Haulwen haf tra byddontbyw, Llwyddiant bendith ailawenydd, A Li iugaeth fawr eu rhyw. Llwyngwril. GWILYM GWEDDILLIOG.
MARRIAGE OF MR JOHN G. PACY AND MISS MABEL M. EDWARDS. On Saturday at St. Andrew's Church, Croydon, by the Rev. H. F. Leigh, M.A., Vicar of Holywell, Oxford, assisted by the Rev. J. Everett Holioway, M.A., Vicar of St. Andrew's, and the Rev. J. R. Pridie. the marriage took place of Mr John Gibson Pacy to Miss Mabel Mary (May) Edwards, only daughter of the late Rev. Edward Edwards, Rhiw- las, Machynlleth, N. Wales, and of Mrs Edwards, 10, The Waldrons, Croydon. The service was fully chorol, the bride being met on her arrival at the Church by the Ciergy and Choristers, who pre- ceded her up the aisle the hymn 0 Father, all creating," being sung as processional. The hymns, 0 Perfect Love" and the Bishop of Ripon's hymn, "Thon who hast bidden hearts to beat," were sung duriug the service. An address was given by the Rev. J. Everett Holloway. Mr C. Edwards presided at the organ and played a selection of pieces, which included, the Bridal March (Lohengrin), and Mendelssohn's Wedding March at the conclusion of the ceremony. The church was beautifully decoratod with palms and white flowers. The bride was given awav by her, mother, and was attended by four bridesmaids, Miss Ida Lewis, Miss Sybil Edwards, Miss Theo. Carrick, and Miss Jessie Stone, and by two little girls, Miss Uisula Pacy (niece of the bridegroom) and Miss Geraldine Leigh. The bride were a hand- some gown of cream liberty eatin, herring-boned, and trimmed with Chantiliy lace, silk tacsels, and sequin net. Her veil was of tulle worn over a wreath of orange blossom and fastened by a pearl star, which together with a shower bouquet of choice white flowers and heather were gifts of the bridegroom. The bridesmaids were attired in costumes of tucked white Louisine silk trimmed with lace and pink motifs, arrow trimming and chiffon. They woie picture hats of white crinoline straw trimmed with white ehiffon and ostrich feathers and carried baskets of pink carnations and lilies of the valley, which with miniatures of the bride on gold chains were the gifts of the bridegroom. The two children wore frocks of white Surah silk, trimmed with lace and sashes of pink crepe de chine, and white beaver picture hats. The bridegroom's presents to them consisted of gold and enamel brooches of pink may and baskets of flowers. Mr Harold Gilbert acted as beet man. After the ceremony a reception was held at 10, The Waldrons, by Mra Edwards, who was attired in prune bengaline siik trimmed with old lace and motifs. She carried a shower bouquet of mauve orchids. Later in the afternoon the happy pair left for Brighton, en route for the South of France, where the honeymoon will be spent. The bride travelled in a costume of white faced cloth trimmed with lace and bea,vor, hat of white beaver trimmed with brown chiffon and fur, and carried a muff to correspond. She also wore a iong travelling cloak of brown cloth and fur lined with pink silk. Buzzard's of Oxford street supplied the wedding cake. The presents were numerous and costly and included: LIST OF PRESENTS Bridegroom to bride, pearl pendant and diamond and emerald ring; bride to bridegroom, pearl stud and pin, gold ring; brilie's mother, set of furs, cheque; Mr R. H. Edwards, piano; Mr Walter Daries, case of carvers; Mr and Mi s Prank Pacy, bureau, cheque; Miss Pacy and Miss Macdouald, fitted dressing case, ostrich feather fan the Marchioness (D.) of Londonderry, case of fruit spoons; Rev E. J. and Mrs McClell in, pnir of silver vases Mrs and the Misses Lewi/ll, pair of silver shell butter dishes; Miss Griffiths, silver silver; Misses Frances, Ethel, and Sybil Edwards, case of four silver bon-bon dishes; Miss Brooke, silver tea and coffee service; Mrs Dovy, flower pot; Mrs Carrick, ivory and silver bread fork Miss Theo Carrick, silver photograph frame Mrs W. Bonsall, silver-back hair brush Master Vivian and Miss Alison Bonsai], amethyst and pearl locket; Mrs Howell, silver-backed brush; Mias Howell, pearl initial brooch: Rev J. and Mrs Williams, silver rose bowl; Mr Watkins, silver card case; Mr and Mrs Wilson-Caird, silver-mounted hot water jug; Misses Caird, pair of silver serviette rings; Mrs Reginald Doble, silver photograph frame Rev H. F. and Mrs Leigh, two .'hairn Mr and Mrs Hickman, silver-mounted claret jug Miss Hickman, silver-mounted scent bottle; Miss Rub? Hjckman, silver hairpin box i Mrs Johnson, pair of silver vases; Miaa L Johnson, silver sugar basin and sifter, jvorked table centre; Mrs and Miss Dixou, worked table cloth; Mr and Mrs Laxells, case of silver buttons; Mr. Mrs and the Misses Streeter, silver triple dish Mr and Mrs Davies, pair of fish carvers; Miss Clara Pacy, Worcester china flower vase The Staff of the Com- mercial Banking Company of Sydney, canteen of plate and cutlery Mrs Mansfield, art pewter card tray; Miss Theodore Alexander, art pewter case; Mr and Mrs William Pacy, Worcester china bowl, worked tab'o centre; Rev C. and Mrs Lloyd- Engstrom, pair silver fruit spoons; Mr, Mrs, and Miss Stamford Blackett, silver sugar basin and tongs; the Misses Hodgskin, silver mounted scent bottle Mrs and the Misses McLeod, brass tea tray Mr Alick and Mr Harry McLeod, brass inkstand the Misses Donald, china vase; the Misses Russell, case of two salt cellars; Mr, Mrs, and Miss -Cobb, clock; the Misses Montague-Browne, silver orna- ment; Frau Wahrendorf, worked table centre; Nurse Walters, preserve dish Miss Davies, art, pewter card tray; Mrs and the Misses Perkins, silver buttons in case; Mrs and Miss Ll.iyd-Joues, silver clock; Mrs and Miss Clarke, brass iukstand Mrs Money, cake stand Miss Money, worked nightdress case; Miss E. MonRY, table centre; Mrs Ed<.jär Alexander, silver calendar Mr High Lloyd-Jones, silver fruit fork Mr and M-s Stone, pair of silver salt cellars Mr Bayfoi d S, one and the Misses Stone, case of silver tea spoons and tongs; Miss Cloude, pair of cut gla»s and silver salt cellars Mr Richard Gillart, silver triple dish Mrs Evans, silver bon-bon dish Miss Cu;len, silver photograph frame Miss Wakefield, silver shoe horn and button hook Mr and Mrs Bouquet, bronze flower pot; Mrs Bonsall, silver ring stand Mr and Mrs Grafton Crowley, drawing-room chair; Miss Rivers, table centre; Miss Pacy, embroidered Armenian zouave; Mr aud Mrs C. 'lilderton Croft, brass gong Miss Palmer and Miss Salmond, silver photograph frame and cushion Mrs Fegen, case of silver buttons The Rev Bertram Vaughan- Edwards, silver mounted toilet bottle; Mra Grylls, Watson, lace hankerchief; Misa Gryl's Watson, asoaragus tongs; Mrs H. Marshall and Miss Marshall, silver ring stand; Miss Ironside, silver hair pin box; Mr Perey Donald, oriental paper I stand; Mr and Mrs H. W. Davis, Chambers Encyclopoedia, (10 vo's.) Mrs GeorgB Pacy an^ Miss F. Pacy, silver photograph frame; General Boyd, wafer colour painting; ReV J. E. and Mrs Holioway, art pewter salver Miss Weston-Smith, book; Mr and Mis MorgaD) silver vase; Dr and Mrs Duncan, water-co ou^ painting; Mr and Mrs Page, case of fish car Misses Kay Davies, leather photograph frame; Mrs and Miss Woods, old sarum kettle; Mr and Mrs Douglas Logan, silver-mounted preserve dish; Mr Ashcroft, picture; Mr Gilbert, picture; Mr Hi° e» picture; Mrs Davies, silver photograph frame; Kev and Mrs TarbU'-k, pair of silver candleRtic B, Mrs Debney, entree dish; Mrs Beac&ll. brjak dish; Dr and Mrs Cat hbert, cushion and muffineers, Miss Dutt, table centre; Messrs E. and U. M !ne}i smoker's cabinet; Mr West, hall brusbos trau Mtiller, tray; Mrs S uckley, cht'et jug; Mr P. Kay Davies, silver butter dish; Mra J. Elwin, cruets; Rev James and Mrs Gillart, muffineers Mi-s bronze tray; Mr J. Haghes Preston, eggstand Mr Nicholls, silver-mounted ink-bottle; Lieut-Col and Mrs George Trueman, oriental candlesticks; Dr and Mrs Alfred Davies, silver-mounted scent bottle; etc.
MONTGOMERYSHIRE PARLIA- MENTARY REGISTER. The register of Parliamentary voters for the County of Montgomery, has just been issued by G. D. Harrison, clerk of the County Council, sfte £ theoverseers' lists have been revised by Mr Clemen Elphinstone Lloyd, revising barrister. The num- her of voters on the register for 1903, is as below, and, for comparison, the figures for 1895 and 1900 are also given-Lhese being the years when th& two last contests took p)aee :— 1895 1900 190J I Owners 1872 1742 1678 Occupation Voters- Division [ 5144 5995 5970 Division II If5 169 180 Lodgers 18 9 17 Totals 7989 7915 7845; From tnese figures, it appears the total votes | the county have decreaeed during the list. ngnr, years from 7989 to 7845, viz., 144. The owner* have, however, decreased in number from 1872 to 1678, viz 194, whilst the occupiers have increased from 6117 to 6167, viz., 50. As during the lllst eight years there has been a decrease in the popu. lation of the administrative county, chiefly in the rural districts, and it is rather snrprifing that there should havebeen an inere tse in the number if house- holders sndoceupiers during that period. Thelargest increases have been in Llanwnog (from 183 to 218), Aberhafesp (59 to 69), and Cemmaes (139 to 161), each more than 16 per cent. There have also beeD considerable increases in Adfa district, Darowen, Llandinam, and M jchdre. The largest decrease of voters has been in Llauerfyi (from 112 to 192), and Hyssingion (46 to 40),-17 and 13 per cent res- pectively. Other districts with a decrease of more than 5 per cent are Churchstoke, But ingto'1, Bettws, Aberhosan, Cann Office, Casde Caereinjon, Llanbry umair, and Llaufechain. i
WELSHPOOL DISPENSARY BALL. The annual ball in aid of the funds of the above charitable institution was held at the Town Hal' last night, there were about 100 present. The hall had been prettily decorated by Mr Whittall, an with an array of fine plants and flow rs kindly from Powis Castle, the hall presented a very ilico appearance. The arrangements had been satis- factorily carried out by the following (-oinrnittee Messrs F. E. Marston, G. D, Harrison, SI. Morris. H. Payne, W. J. Holland, G. H. Mytton, Gordon Reed, D. Rowlands. Stewards: Mr H. Payne and Dr Marston, with Mr F. P. Hughes as secretary The music was supplied by the Montgomery shu° Imperial Yeomanry Band ncder tl e conductorship of Mr Fred Owen, and the catering, which waS In the hands of Miss Frost of the Royal Oak Bote), gave every satisfaction. The following were amongst those present: Mr9 Mytton, Miss Mytton, Miss Gwladys MyttoBi Major G. H. Mytton, Messrs A. R. Mytton, PhibP Mytton, R. L. Mytton, Miss Pryce-Jon >s, Mr Mrs Herbert, Miss Payne, Mr Eyton, Mr Ryder', Mrs and Miss Corbett-Winder, Mess' W. J., B. II., U. R., and F. F. Corbett-Winder, Mr J. and MjsS Morris, Miss Thompson, Mrs M. L. Ho nby, and Miss Humphreys-Owen, Mit>s L Luxoioore, ™ J. Dumville Lees, Mr Arbuthnot, Mr Bjnrtnot, G. D. Harrison, Miss Harrison, Miss E. M. Li.arri, son, Mr G. R. D. Harrison, Lieut Harrison, It. 11. Mr H E Harrison, Miss FNaylor,Misses DrlJ m mlllf Mr, Mrs & Miss Morgan-Owen, & Messrs M. and I Morgan-Owen (Maesfron, Welsl p ,ol), Mr 5ioslf" Pryce, MrH.B. Mostyn Prsee, Mi. Piyce, Ismay Pryce, Mr Richard Pr>ce, Miss Willes, -J' Hugh Campbell, Mr March, Mr and Mrs Mr G. Morris, Miss Green-Price, Miss A. 11 nmphr^ Mr F. S. Humphreys, Mr Alfred Biown house, Leighton), Misses Jones, Cefn Bry'l,:rt 6-! Mr and the Misses Stubbs, Mr C. P. W'iniulh Crump, R. v Merlin Davies, Mrs a id tk-i White (Churchstoke), Mrs and Miss Divis (W'' g pool Vicarage), Mr G. Rjtjd (Llan.ryniew)) 9 Langlands, Mr Allan aud ML-s Hut 'hi is, Laura Jones, Mr and Mrs Thomas, Miss iV1g0li and Miss Cocprane (Brookl irir s), Mr SimP Jones, Capt and Mrs Noel Turner, C >ps a^|| Miss Genth, Miss Parry, M iss Lane, Mr J- (Aberdovey), Mr S. Morris, Mr H. Payne, Hr H. Thomas.
Mrs Flora Annie S eel has j lined the staff Saturday Review, to which she will c0."j^t- signed articles dealing espe i illy with social ters- x are The Duke snd Duchess of Westminster entertaining t e following guests at EatoP week for sluoiing:—The ..Karl and CountcS Yarborough, the Marquis and ^arc'3^0,u^SaT,d Westminster, Prince Henry of Pless, the Eai Countess of Lytton, Lord and Lady Charles tinck, Lady Edward Cecil, Earl Cairns, t- >e v Cyril Ward, Lord Kenyon, and Sir Watkin Wim* Wynn. Printed and Published by David Roty 1 21, Berriew Street, Welshpool, in the uDty of Montgomery, and at Towyn, init. e of Merioneth.-Thursday, January 15 19G3,