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BAGILLT.

PANTASAPH.

BRY NFORD.

GRONANT.

ST. ABAPR.

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ST. ABAPR. The Lord Lieutenant of Flintshire has placed Dr. Davies of St. Asaph on the Commission of the peace for Flintshire. AOOIIMVTS To Two Craca"On Thursday, the members of the Denbigh Cyoling Olub were having a ran, and whilst descending the steep hill at Rhuallt, Mrs Buller, one of the party, lost control of her maohine and was thrown violently to the ground. The unfortunate lady sustained dreadful injuries to her head, a wound on her face some inohes in length having to be etitohed. She was afterwards conveyed to Denbigh in an unconscious condition. Mrs Bailer is now progressing eatii- factortly.-As Mr W. M'Davies, of Llanynys Rectory, was riding past the Kinmel Wall, near St. Asapb, accompanying his brother, he was thrown off his machine, and fraotared one of his ankles. After medical attention he was conveyed home i's a carriage.

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