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. FLINTSHIRE ASSIZES.

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. COUNTY COURT.

. BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

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BOARD OF GUARDIANS. Friday.—Present:—Messrs. T. Howes Ro- berts (vice-chairman) presiding, Gwilym Parry, Hugh Williams, Joseph Roberts, Denbigh; William Jones, Llanefydd; Owen Owen, Cefn; John Kerfoot, John Vaughan, John Pierce, A. Foulkes, Abergele John Lloyd, Henllan; Thomas Jones, Bylchau; Thomas Lloyd, Tref- nant; R. J. Parry, Bettws; Sir W. G. Wil- liams, Miss Bennett, Mr. Joseph Lloyd, St. Asaph; the Rev. J. Adams, Waen; Messrs. George Williams, Meliden; Robert Davies, Prestatyn; Joseph Jones, Llanddulas; Mrs. Rawlins, Rhuddlan; the Rev. E. T. Davies, Captain Keatinge, Mr. P. Mostyn Williams, Mrs. Percy, Rhyl; and Mr. Charles Gnmsley, clerk. GIFTS TO THE INMATES. The Master reported a visit to the house by Miss Gold Edwards, of Denbigh, who presented gifts of tobacco, tea, and sweets to the inmates Mr. Coxhead, Rhyl, had sent a parcel of papers; and a concert had been gi"en by the Noncon- formist Sunday School Teachers, under the presidency of Mr. John Wil'iams, Fron Felen, Abergele. On the motion of, the Chairman, a cordial vote of thanks was passed to these ladies and gentlemen for their kindness. CALLS IN ARREARS. The Clerk reported that the parishes of Dyserth and Waen were in arrear with calls and, on the motion of Mr. Joseph Lloyd, the Clerk was requested to communicate with the overseers and assistant overseers concerned.

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