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THE FINAL TRIUMPH OF THE LIBERALS…

. WHAT RADICAL AUDACITY HAS…

ABERYSTWYTH.

BALA.

THE MARRIAGE OF MISS EDWARDS,…

BRITHDIR, NEAR DOLGELLEY.

ABERDOVEY.

BARMOUTH.

DOLGELLEY.

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DOLGELLEY. MARRIAGE REJOICINGS.—This little town has been the scene of an unusual amount of rejoicings this Iartt week, in consequence ot. the marriage of Mr J. W. Thomas, of the National Provincial Bank, Carmarthen, to Miss Henrietta Pahud, niteceof Mr R Walker. The brides- maids were Miss Julia Paliild, Miss Eliza Pahud, sistem of the bride, Miss Walker; Corwen, and Miss Young. They were dressed in lavender silk, bonnets, and tulle veils. The bride wore a white corded silk dress, trimmed with white satin, lace veil, and wreath of orange blossoms, She was given away by hI' uncle, Mr Edward Walker. The service, which was all choral; was intoned by the Rev. Evan Lewis, M.A., rector of Dolgelley. All the arches and decorations of the previous week, with few exceptions. remained, and the only thing necessary was to give them a'slight touch of embellishment, and change the mottoes. At Park Place, or Lawnt, a very beautiful arch was made by Mr Evan Owen, photographer, and Robert Jones, groom-, and between that place and Church-street were three other arches, opposite the houses of Mr Robert Roberts, lath dealer, Mrs Margaret Evans, confectioner, and John Jones, farm bailiff, and a very tasteful arch was also built over the church gate: At the entrance into Bridge-street was a very pretty arch between the post- ofiiije and Ship Hotel, and another at Mr Thomas Roberts's, saddler, and Mr Owen Kees's, printer. A dis- play of flags and bunting was also made by Mr R. W. Williams, chemist, Mr J. Jones, painter, Mr E. P. Williams and Mr E. Griffiths, drapers,. Mr Griffith Ellis, Birmingham House, Mr R. Jones, New Shop, Mr Edward Jones, butcher, Mr W. Davies, draper, Mr J. Jones, Eldon-row, Mr Lewis Williams, auctioneer, Mr T. Thompson, Mrs Pugh, Bridge-street, and several others. In the evening the front of the Ship Hotel was very prettily illuminated, and at the shop of Mr Thomas Roberts; saddler, a very brilliant starwas lighted, enclosed in a large- glass case, on one side of' which was painted Long life and happiness to Mr snd Mrs Thomas, and on the other, May they be happy the effect was ex- ceedingly pretty. The window of a poor woman named Catherine Edwards, at Penuchardre, was also very beauti- fully decorated with roses, mottoes, and lighted candles, and drew a large crowd of people. The only drawback in the rejoicings was a very wet morning, which gradually cleared; however, towards the afternoon, and as the young couple were known to be leaving the town by the twelve o'clock train, on the Cambrian Railway, a large con- course of people gathered together near the bridge and the station, with the intent-on, of giving them hearty congratulations. It transpired; however, that they hadlalready left the town privately for Penmaenpool station. This was rather unfortunate, as the-bride was a general favourite in the town for her genial and benevolent disposition, and the bridegroom had also a large number of friends-and-acquaintances, wluvwere desirous of showing their respect to the happy pair: and who- sorely felt the disappointment. In the evening a large number of the tradesmen and inhabitants of -;the -towit, upwards of forty in number, sat down to a* sumptuous dinner, pro- vided m honour of the event, aS the Swan Inn and the repast reffected the greatest credit'upon theworthy host and hostess, My and Mrs Jones. Tea was provided in Park-place, for all who chose to partake of it, the cost being defrayed by subscription. Id the-evening there was a grand ball'at Brynhyfryd, the residence' of Mr Edward WalkerI to which upwards of 250 invitations were issued.

THE MARRIAGE OF MR ASHLEY"…

ITHE QUEEN'S TAXES.—NOTICE.

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

EXECUTION OF TRAUPMANN.

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THE CASES JENKINS V. HUNTER…

Family Notices

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TIDE TABLE FOR ABERYSTWYTH,…