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PERSONAL. Lord Harlech has left Brogyntyn for Inver- ness. J The Countess of Powis has arrived at 45, Berkeley-square from Pcwis Castle, Welshpool. Mr Richard Lloyd George, the eldest son of the President of th Board of Trade, is going to Cambridge this term. He is eighteen years of tge. Second-Lieut. L. E. W. Egerton, of the Shrop- shire Imperial Yeomanry, is gazetted Second- Lieutenant (supernumerary) in the Royal Bucks Hussars I.Y. Lieut. Egerton is a nephew of Lord Harlech. The marriage will shortly take place of Dr. Hill, of Rodney-st., Liverpool, with Miss Ethel Constance Barker, third daughter of the lato Mr Richard Barker, of Huyton, and of the late Mrs Barker, of Penybryn Hall, Llangollen. Major-General Sir John Ardagh, K.C.M.G., R.E., a famous war expert, has died at Glyn- llifon Park, Carnarvon, where he had been on a visit for some days to the Hon. F. G. Wynn. The deceased was 67 year3 of age. Brigadier-General A. W. Hill, Welsh Border Regiirenta! Districts (president), Colonel A. J. Kelly, R.E., and Colonel J. de W. Lardntr Claike, R.G.A., have been appointed to examine omcers in tactical fitness for command at Shrews- next Tuesday. Mr Charles Potter, a well-known painter of Welsh landscapes, died at Llanbedr last week, at the age of 75. He was a son of Sergeant John Potter, of the 6th Foot, who was present at the battle of Corunna, at which Sir John Moore was killed. It 19 stlted that 1\1r Vaugban Dayies's seat in Cardiganshire is likely to be attacked by the ad- vanced wing of the Welsh National party. The name of Mr Hughes Davies, B.Sc., who is well- known in Nonconformist circles in London, is put forward as one who will be invited to come forward as candidate at the next generaJ election. The Countess of Dundonald has arrived at Gvvrych Castlo, where she will remain over the festivities to be held thereat the end of this month, in hopour of the ooming-of-age—last February—of Lord Cochrane. Among the many treasures at Gwrych is a lock of Napoleon's hair, given by the Emperor to Lord Dundonalds grandfather. Captain Dundonald Cochrane, at S. Molena. 'An opportunity is now being given the people of Wales to recognise in a substantial manner the great services which the Rev. Thomas Levi, Aberystwyth, has rendered to the Principality, and especially to Welsh literature. It has been decided to present Mr Levi with a. testimonial, and an influential committee has been formed, under the auspices of the Calvinistic Methodist General Assembly, to carry the proposal into effect.

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