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BIRTHS. JONES—July 3rd, the wife of the Rev. R. R. Jones, C. M. minister, Pentref, Llanrhaiadr, near Denbigh, of a daughter. JOXE3- July 18th, the wife of Mr. John Thomas Jones, Tower Terrace, butcher with Mrs. Parry, Bridge Street), Denbigh, of a daughter. JOEs-July 1st. the wife of Mr.William Jones;Wern Sals, Bagillt, of a son. ROBE&TS—July 10th, the wife of Mr, William Robert?, Rabbit's Court, Vale Street (driver at the Bull Hotel), Denbigh, of a son. ROBERTS—July 10th, the wife of Mr. R. P. Roberts, 48 Kelso Road, Fairfield, Liverpool, of a son. ROBERTS—July 11th, the wife of Mr. T. D. Roberts, 6 Davies' Terrace, Ffynnongroew, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. CHAELTON ROBERTS July 15th, at the Bethel Baptist chapel, Holywell, Mr. William Charlton, coal dealer, Whit-ford Street, to Mrs. Catherine Roberts, Chapel Place, Penyball Street both of Holywell. 3 £ VAN»-~ July 17th, at the Registrar's Office, Bala, Mr. Thomas Evans, Bryncaled, to Miss Ellen Roberts, Ty isaf, Llanuwchllyn. EVASS—STANDING July 15th, at the Calvinistic Methodist chapel, St. Asaph, by the Rev. W. M. Jones, Congregational minister, in the presence of Mr. J. Simon, registrar, Mr. John Evans, 72 Victoria. Road, and Miss Ellen Standing, Vale Road—both of Rhyl. PARKY—WILLIAMS — July 15th, at the Bethania Wesieyan chapel, Ffynnongroew, by the Rev. Joseph Owen, supintendent minister, assisted by the Rev. J. W. Davies, Ffynnongroew, Mr. Edward Parry, Congleton Road, Talk-o'-the-hill, Audley, to. Eunice, the daughter of Mr. Edward Williams, Tal- acre Terrace, Ffynnongroew. ROBERTS—EDWARDS — July 17th, at Llanrwst, Mr. Robert Hugh Roberts, watchmaker, to Miss Mar- garet Elizabeth Edwards, the second daughter of the late Mr. Edward Edwards, butcher both of Bala. DEATHS. BAKBETT—July 13th, aged four years, accidentally drowned at Bower's Pit, Samuel, the beloved child of Mr. Charles Barrett, collier, 139 Furlong Terrace, Chester Street, Flint. BLACK WALL-jUly 3rd, aged 41 years, Mr. John Henry BiackwalL Ochr-y-foel, Rhosesmor, Northop. DA VIEs-.July 2nd, aged 29 years, Hannah, the be- loved daughter of Mr. John Davies, Bryngoleu, DAYTSS—July 7th, aged 67 years, Mr. Thomas Davies, The Bryn, Flint. DA VIES June 30th, aged 58 years, at Ledbury, Hereford, after a short illness, Mr. Thomas Davies; plasterer (the eldest son of the late Mr. Simon Davies, Denbigh). He was interred on the follow. ing Wednesday, at the Ledbury Public Cemetery. EDWABDS July 16th, aged 54 years, Sarah, the be- loved wife of Mr. John Edwards, Ddol Fawr, Rhyd- y-mwyn. GRIFFITHS— July 6th, aged 56 years, Mr. Joseph Griffiths, stonemason, Llan, Ysgeifiog, Hu GHKS—July 16th, aged 32 years, Thomas, the only son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hughes, car proprietor, Hand, Henilan Place, Denbigh. He leaves a widow and his parents to mourn his loss. Deceased was bell-ringer of St Mary's church, for many years. He will be interred on Monday, at Eglwys Wen, JONES-July 11th, aged 70 years, Mr. Edward Jones, Gelli, Nannerch. LLOYD—July 17th, after a short illness, Mr. Robert Lloyd, late headmaster of the National Schools at Ruthin. Details in our next issue.

WELSH MARKETS.

. CATTLE MARKETS, AND FAIRS.

WELSH FAIRS AND CATTLE MARKETS.

THE ANTI-ED U CATION GOVERNMENT.

. WELSH LIBERALISM.

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DENBIGH. ---------,-./-'--....-

SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST ANI'…

. SPECIAL POLICE COURT.

TOWN COUNCIL.