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SOCIETY AND PERSONAL. The Right Rev the Lord Bishop of St Davids, was 70 years of age on Saturday. The intelligence published some time ago that the Hon. Arthur Walsh, il.P. for Radnorshire, would not seek re-election, was officially conveyed to a public meeting held at Knighton on Monday afternoon. The hon. member expressed his regret, but private circumstances would not permit him to seek the suffrages of the Radnorshire electors. After the announcement the meeting discussed the matter at length, and in all probability Captain Russell Bailey, son of Sir Joseph Bailey, and Mr E. P. Millbank, of Bedale, Yorkshire (a legatee under the Duke of Cleveland's will) will be invited to give their views at a Conserva- tive meeting to be held shortly. Lady Victoria Lambton gave a most successful fancy dreas ball at Brownslade on Tuesday even- ing. All the arrangements were perfect, but we missed Mr Hulley's familiar face and spirited playing. There were a great many striking and original dresses. Lady Victoria appeared as Queen Matilda." She wore a yellow dregs very prettily decorated with precious stones, a gold belt, and a short cloak of red velvet trimmed with white fur. She carried a sceptre, and the dress suited her admirably. Miss Lambton looked very well as a h J apaoese Lady," and the dress was extremely well carried out. Mrs Mirehouse went as Mother Hubbard." The Hon. Misses Edwardea wore peasant costumes. Miss Samson looked very nice as "Ice" in a white dress, and wearing a veil covered with sparkling beads and flakes of snow. Her hair was "poudre" Miss A.badam went as Mary Seaton" in a white court dress of the time of Mary Queen of Scots, with a high collar. Miss Gladys Booker appeared as a Spanish peasant, and her sister as a Lady of the Court of Louis XVI.' Mrs Saurin's absence, through illness, was much regretted. A mnnffftf; thft franflaman tha ni Aof. O 0~w 'L.I.V .u. striking costume was Col. Lambton's, who was dressed as a French cook, and caused much amuse- ment by occasionally handing round confectionery between the dance. Mr Cuthbert Lambton, in a Japanese costume, with a very long moustache, was a striking figure. Mr Mirehouse wore a beef eater" dress, which suited him very well. Mr Edwin Saunders-Davies and Mr Delme Davies- Evans were dressed as Egyptian saises," and there were several other dresses of the same sort. The Hon. Hugh Campbell wore a kilt. The danc- ing was kept up till a late hour.

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