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PERSONAL. Mi-is Mary Gcdsal, of Iscoyd Park, Whitchurch Salop, left £ If,694. Lord and Lady Harlech returned to Brogyntyn, Shropshire, on Monday, from Glyn, Talsarnau, their Merionethshire seat. Mr Ellis Jojies Griffith, M.P., will spend Christinas at Lausanne, whither Mrs Griffith and the children have gone for the winter. The Earl and Counters of Powis returned to Powia Castle on Monday from a week-em. visit to Mr and Mrs Whitelaw Reid at West Park. Major-General Hugh Sutley Gough, C.B., C.M.G., of Caerhun, Talycafn, Conway, and Lieut.-Colonel Charles Henry Darbishire, of Plas Mawr, Penmaenmawr, have been appointed Deputy-Lieutenants for Carnarvonshire. Lady Theodora Guest, grext-aujit of the D.'ke of Westminster, has presented to the hospital at Shaftesbury a nsw operation-room, complettly equipped with modern appliances, as a memorial to her mother, the lato Marchioness of West- minsrer. Mr Lloyd George, while motoring to London from Manchester, on Sunday, was thrown against the windguard of the car, and the glass cut his left eye. The accident happened near Lichfield. The right h-on. gentleman was able to attend a meeting of the Cabinet on Monday. It was formally notified in the "London Gazette" on Tuesday night that Mr Owen Slaney Wynne, of Dol Rhyd, Dolgelley, had been com- missioned to act as Vice-Lieutenant for Merion- eth during tho Lord-Lieutenant's absence from the county from sickness or other inability. It h announced that a marriage has been ar- ranged between Sir Foster Cunliffe, Bart., d Acton Park, Wrexham, the prospective Conser- vativo ard Unionist candidate for East Denbigh- shire, and Lady Violet Anson, youngest daughter of the Earl of Lichfield, of Shugborough Pa k Stafford. The ma/riage will probably take placa in January. FREEDOM OF CARNARVON FOR MR LLOYD GEORGE. A movement in which all political parties par ticipate hM ba-sn initiated with the object of conferring on Mr Lloyd George the freedom of the borough of Carnarvon. A special meeting of the Town Council has been summoned for this purpose, and the resolution is expected to be unanimously adopted. He will be the third on whom this honour has been conferred, Sir Wm. Preece being the first, and the lato Mr Bodvcl Robert, for many years town clerk, being tho lecond, The birth of a son and heir to Viscount and Visoounte," Crichton, has giveii rise to much re- joicing. Lady Crichton is a daughter of the first Duke of Westminster by his second marriage. WILL OF MR ALEXANDER YOUNG. Mr Alexander Young, of Aberdeen-terrace, Elackheath, Kent, chaiterjd accountant, of Messrs Turquand, Youngs, and Co. (formerly Coleman, Turquand, and Young), of Coleman-st., E.C., chiaf acting executor of the will of Thomas Charles Drnoe, of the Baker-street Bazaar, under which he leccived a legacy of £ 100 and an an- nuity of JB200 during the continuance of the trusts of his wili, and a prominent art collector, who died at Pontresina, Switzerland, on August 15th last, aged 78, left estate valued at £442,308 gross, with net personalty 9373,923. The testator's pictures, prints, arid engravings are to devolve with his residuary estate, which he left to his wife for lifg. Mr Young bequeathed L500 to R. C. Thurley, the mission pastor of the Rothbury Hall Mission at Greenwich) and an annuity of £ 150 f 3r 10 years certain, and thereafter in the discretion of his executors, towards the augmen- tation of the stipend of the said R. C. Thurley, or other pastor for the time being of the Roth- Dury Hall, Greenwich, provided that the stipend of he post from other sources shall amount to at least £ 100 per annum. Mr Alexander Young was the father of Mr E. A. Young, of Tany- 1 T> 1 uryu, z>«iiigor.

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