STATE OF IRELAND. Mr. Patrick Egan has received the following telegram: CHICAGO MANIFESTO. To the people of Ireland, through Patrick Egan, treasurer of the Irish National Land League, From W. K. MacAllister, Chief Justice, Appellate Court, Illinois, Chairman. Poteen thousand citizens of Chicago endorse the ultimatum of you and of our imprisoned chiefs, and echo the command pay no rents." Tell Gladstone to unlock the jails that hold the chivalry of Ireland. Until Constitutional rights are guaranteed, free speech declared, and feudalism abolished, we stand committed to you with our money and our lives. Mr. Sexton is dangerously ill, and no communica- tion has been allowed with him since his arrest; so that, pruv-ucally, he has been in solitary confinement. The suspects feel great indignation at this changed treatment; but it is remarkable that they acquit the warders of anything but strictness in carrying out their orders, and are unanimous in the belief that the Chief Secretary has directly sanctioned all of which they complain. The Press Association have issued a grave statement in regard to the Fenian conspiracy in which it attempts to prove that the lives of the several members of the Cabinet are really in great jeopardy. It states that inquiries in America, in Paris, in London, and in the various provincial towns of this country fully confirm the necessity of the utmost caution being exercised. The head centre of the movement in Europe is Paris, but the chief direction is in the hands of O'Donovan Rossa, in New York. For several months past, and up to within a few weeks ago, what is known as The Fenian Mail has been conveyed to London by a man who was formerly an engineer, living at Woolwich, but who became storekeeper on board a vessel belonging to the National Line. Each time this steamer arrived from America the storekeeper was met by a woman who took from him such letters and documents as were directed to leaders of the movement in Liver- pool and Dublin, and who conveyed them to those cities secreted about her. An important mail was received in this way immediately before the attempt to blow up the Liverpool Town Hall of which crime two men named M'Grath and M'Kevitt were found guilty, and for which they were sentenced by Mr. Justice Lopez, the latter to fifteen years' penal servi- tude, and the former to penal servitude for life. This storekeeper, though there was no warrant out against him, found that he was being watched, and accordingly left, and it is believed joined a vessel of another line which arrives at Liverpool.
A NAVAL FANCY FAIR. Lady Brassey has just opened a sailor's bazaar and fancy fair, in connection with the British and Foreign Sailor's Society, in the Lecture Hall, Wren-road, Cam- berwell-green. The stalls were named after different vessels, and the ladies presiding were attired in nautical costumes. The centre of the hall was taken up by a life- boat manned by young ladies, and laden with useful and ornamental articles from all parts of the world. The band from the Shaftesbury training-ship enlivened the proceed- ings, and the boys sang several hymns. The hall was crowded by a large and fashionable assembly, and the proceedings were of a novel and interesting character. The Rev. E. W. Matthews, secretary, stated that a lady travelling in Italy had given £1000 each to the two floating chapels at Naples and Genoa, and the articles for sale included gifts from various parts of the world where the society was represented by missionaries, and in other ways. Previous to declaring the bazaar open, Lady Brassey received gifts to the society from the hands of Sunday-school scholars and others. Bishop Claughton (one of the vice-presidents) and Sir Thomas Brasseyal80 took part in the opening ceremony.
CRUELTY TO CATTLE. Thomas Scott, 24, an unlicensed drover, of Ann-street, Pentonville-road, was charged, at the Clerkenwell Police- court, London, with cruelly beating a bullock, at the Metropolitan Cattle Market, with a stick. Two officers of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals stated that they found a bullock tied to the rails of the Cattle Market in Caledonian-road. Because it did not stand still the defendant beat it in a most savage manner about the face and head with a thick stick. On being remonstrated with, he, with an oath, said he was not hurting the animal, and beat it again. The officers then gave him into custody. The defendant admitted having hit the bullock on the head, and said it was wild." It was stated that the defendant's licence to act as a drover had already been taken away from him in con- sequence of drunkenness and cruelty. The magistrate said the men who had to do with cattle at the market were shamefully callous in the way they treated the animals. They acted as if cattle had no feelings what- ever. Perhaps the defendant would think differently if the stick he had used was applied to his own person. He gduld not give the defendant the option of a fine, bat would sentence him to fourteen days' hard labour.
AN ALDERMAN'S WILL. A meeting of the Court of Aldermen was lately held at the Guildhall for the despatch of business, the Lord Mayor presiding. A report was read from the City Solicitor (Sir T. J. Nelson) stating that the late Mr. Alder- man Wilson had left by deed in 1865 a sum of JE4600 on trust to present, at his death, a ring, worth £5; to the Lord Mayor and the aldermen of his old ward of Castle Baynard, and a ring worth Y,3 to the rest of the aldermen; next to present a ring worth,L5 to each alderman of Castle Baynard Ward in suecesaionand then to provide certain dinners annually to the aldermen and other officials. By a deed in 1868, the alderman conveyed a large sum, estimated to be eventually worth £10,000 a year, for educational pur- poses but as meanwhile the Endowed School Commia- sioners had taken possession of certain estates belonging to the Corporation, the alderman in 1870 revoked the deed, and the property went to his son. The Court then adjourned.
THE EARL OF SHEFFIELD has remitted ten per cent. on rents due on account of the wet harvest. A PEARL WORTH J62000 has been found in Western Australia, and has been sent to England. THE MEMBERS A D SUPPORTERS of the Church of England Sunday School Institute have been observing a day of general thanksgiving for the great success which has attended the work of the institute in the past-the occasion being the formal opening by the Archbishop of Canterbury of new offices in Serjeants'-inn. A special celebration of the Holy Communion was held in the morning, by permission of the Dean, in Henry VII.'s Chapel, Westminster Abbey, there being an unusually large number present. A short service was also held in the afternoon in St. Bride's Church, Fleet-street, the Rev. Canon Barry being the preacher. THE REPORT OF MR. BLAINE to the American Senate, as to the necessary steps to be taken to protect the rights of the United States in the Panama Canal, has been submitted. In 1846 the United States guaranteed the neutrality of the Isthmus, artl the rights of sovereignty and the property of the Republic of Columbia over the Isthmus; this guarantee did not require rein- forcement, accession, or assent fromany other Power. Any supplemental guarantee by a European Power was un- called for and the United States should insist upon taking all needful precautions against the Isthmus being in any event used offensively against her interests upon land or sea. A BURGLAR, caught in the dwelling-house of Sir Ralph Lingen, made a most ingenious defence before the Marylebone Police-court. The fellow was caught trying to force his way through a glass door in the interior of the house, and he had entered by the kitchen skylight. Upon him were found housebreaking imple- ments, including a dark lantern. Prisoner stated that he was trying to pass through the house from back to front in order to decide a bet lie had made with a carpenter. He was committed for trial. Ox THE JURY LIST being called over in the Second Court, at the Surrey Sessions, Mr. Chantney, licensed victualler, Battersea, Mr. Collingbourne, cheese- monger, Lambeth, and Mr. Eldred Manning, ironmonger, Stamford-street, Waterloo-road, failed to answer to their names, and the chairman inflicted upon each of them a tine of L2. Warrants for the recovery of the amounts will be placed in the hands of the sheriff's officer. MR. J. KEEXE won the Cambridgeshire with Foxhall, Lucy Glitters being second, and Tristan third. Twenty-nine others ran. Foxhall started at 10 to l,Lucy Glitters at 7 to 1, and Tristan at 66 to 1. AT THE GUILDHALL, LONDON, two Devonshire butchers were charged with sending unwholesome meat to London for sale as human food. The cases were proved by Mr. W. Wylde, chief inspector. Nicholas Drake, one of the defendants, carried ou the business of a butcher at Otterton, Devon, and he was fined L20, and three guineas costs; Lewis Jennings, cattle dealer, of Pinhoe, near Exeter, the other defendant, was unable to pay a fine of a similar amount, and was sent to gaol for a month. A DESPATCH FROM TUNIS, received at Paris, announces the advance of the French, and the juncture of several brigades, on their way to the holy city." It is thought that the iusurgents," as the Arab patriots are called, will stand no chance against the disciplined fejees of France.
Visitors' List. Householders Pubiic Buildings, Places of Wor- ship, &c. Householders are reques- ted give the names of VISITORS ONLY. WEST PARADE. Queen s Hotel. Mrs Joy C Chesterton, Esq C C Watson, Esq Glan-y-Don, Mrs Thomas Williams General Pearce Mrs Pearce Miss Pearce and maid 5 Misses Gittoes Rev T. W. Wilkes, Wol- verhampton Mr E Wilkes, Darlaston W Wilkes, Esq. Miss Chamberlain, Birm- ingham The family and attend- ants of the Right Hon- ourable J. Chamberlain, Birmingham 6 Mrs Chambers Miss Orried and maid, Whitchurch 7 Mrs N. L.Dyson H. W. Adnitt, Esq., Shrewsbury Mrs Adnitt, baby and nurse, do 8 Miss Pressdee Mrs Mason, Birmingham Masters Mason, do Mrs Appleby, do Misses Appleby, do 9 Mr Aider Mrs Peele, family & maid, Chester Peele, Esq., do 10 Mrs Evans 11 Mr Whittingham 12 Miss Matthews 13 Miss Wooldridge Mrs Wood, W'hampton Miss Wood, do 14 Mr E. Lloyd William* Mr 4 Mrs Key fp 15 Miss Nelson 16 Mrs R. Williams Misses Arnoux (3), Stoke on Trent Miss Thurwell, London 17 Miss Davies 18 Mrs Evans Dr and Mrs Camden 19 Mrs R. Thomas Mrs Williams, family and nurses, Corwen Mrs Booth, baby & nurse, Birmingham 20 Miss Davies M. Wynne Davies, |Eeq., Flint Misses Jones, Chester 21 Miss Davies 22 Miss Edwards (p 23 Mr S. Jones Mr and Mrs Yale, Plas yn Yale Miss Yale, do Master Yale, do Mrs W B Powell, Bryn-, tirion Mr & Mrs Percival, Bod- awen Misses Evans, Longsight, nr Oldham Mr Bealey, Bloxwich Mrs Famall & maid, do 24 r 0. Jones I Frederick Wragge, Esq., Stoke on Trent Mrs Wragge, do Mrs Shrubsole, Chester Mrs Payne. Greenfields, Wrexham Miss Gnssie Payne, do Miss Ethel Payne, do Mr & Mrs Fraser, do Miss Kenyon, Liverpool Miss Amy Kenyon, do 25 Ocean View-Mr, R. Jones Mrs A. Fletcher, Wolver- hampton A. Fletcher, Esq., do J. E. Brotherton, Esq, do Mrs J. E. Brotherton and family, Penn Fields, do 26 Mrs F. L. Byrne 27Heronhouse,Mrs Condon 28 Miss Lloyd Mrs and Miss Fellows, Wolverhampton Mrs Groom, Liverpool Miss Myers, do 29 Mr Z. Jones 30 Miss Pitchford Mrs and Miss Fellows, Compton Misses Penketh, Chester 31 Mrs Meyrick 32 Emlyn house, Mr Griffiths 33 Fenton tiouse, Miss Hall Mrs Booth, Gomersall Hall, Leeds Miss Booth, do Mrs Taylor, do 34 Arden house, Mrs Hewitt 35 Cecil house, MvsRoberts 36 Rev. Charles Whitaker B.A.,Mrs Whitaker,and family fp 37 Mrs T. Roberts Mr and Mrs J. Skidmore, Westbromwich Mis S Kendrick, do Miss Kendrick, do ..38 Ivy house, Mrs Ellis Dr P. Shore, Walsall Mrs Shore & family, do Mr & Mrs Burrows, do Mrs Heaton, Edgbaston Misses Heaton, do Master Heaton, do 40 Stratford house, Mr Jones Major Keyworth Mrs Keyworth Mrs Yates, Wrexham Miss Yates, do Mr Woodford, Ruabon Mrs Woodford & family, do 1 Sefton house, Mrs W.D Williams Mrs J S Barker, London D Howard, Esq, Wes Bromwich Mrs Howard, do Miss Howard and atten- dant, do Berry, Esq, Coventry Mrs Berry, do 42 Alexandra house, Mr J. Medcalf Mrs Royle, Curzen Park, Chester MrsBarratt, CarletonHall, Cumberland Miss Barratt, do Mrs Eakin and family, Shrewsbury 43 Latham house, Mrs Morris Mr and Mrs John Mack and family, Liverpool Miss Wilford, Brompton Col Manbeverer, London Dr Willis, M 1\ Dublin Mrs Herbert, do 44 Clarence house, Mr Matthews 45 Mrs Jonah Lloyd Mr and Mrs Cheadle and family, Whumptuu 46Derrycotirt 47 Astor house, Mrs W. Roberts Mr & Mrs Low,Wrexham Mr & Mrs Murray Brown, family & maid, Chester 48 Edgbaston house- Miss Cox Miss Henton, Leicester Mr & Mrs Buttall,Dudley The Misses Buttall, do 49 Edmondsley house,— Miss Cox 50 Cheltenham house, Mrs Davies. Mrs Evans, B'ham Mrs Griffiths, Coalport Miss Griffiths, do Misses Pattison, do 51 Malvern house, Mrs Viggerstaff Mrs Davies Mrs Knighton, B'ham Mrs Cartledge, Rudyard Mrs Car, Staffordshire Mr & MrsSteward, Chester J. Tildesley, Esq., Wil- lenhall Mrs Tildesley, family and maid, do W Denson, Esq, Chester Mrs Denson & family, do 52 Melbourne house, Mr Roberts Mrs Davies, Mold Mr, Mrs and Miss Kleon, Handsworth 53 Myrtle house, Mrs Jones Mr, Mrs, and Miss Ellis, Manchester 54 Mrs E. V. Jonen G A Myrtle, Esq, Man- chester Mrs Myrtle, family and maid, do Mrs de Ranee, London C E de Ranee, Esq, do 55 Mrs W. Williams Mrs Col. Cooke, family & maids, Mold Miss Burk, do Mr J Muggleton, Edg'ton I Mrs Muggleton, do 56 Medlock house, MrsD Jones Mrs Anderson, Runcorn Mr and Mrs Green and family, Basford 57 Fronwendon Mrs Davies H E Roberts, Esq Miss Arnott Mrs Cole H Jones, Esq, B'head Mrs Jones, do Miss Jones, do Mrs Harding, Market Drayton Miss Harding, do 58 Meirion house, Mrs W. Williams 59 Mrs Williams Mrs Stuffcot, B'ham 60 Mrs W. Thomas 61 Mrs Williams 62 63 Glan y mor, Kits Parry Mr Biram, Llangollen Mrs Biram, Llangollen Miss Biram, do Mr Walmsley, Carnforth Miss Walmesley, do 64 EAST PARADE. I Miss Jones 2 Mrs J. Hughes 3 Sedgley House, Dr Girdlestone and Mrs Gir- dlestone in-y-don, Mrs Wynne, 4 Min y don cottage, Mrs Wynne 6 Miss Jones 7 Miss Jones Sea Bank House, Mrs H. Davies 9 Sunderland house, Miss Ellis 10 Belvoir & Pier Hotel, Mr H. B. Lawrence, manager 11 Westminster Hotel- Mrs Handcock, Manageress 12 Grosvenor house, Ms Mieklewright 13 Northcot house, Misses Hands 13 Mrs Evans 14 Mrs Garland 14a 140 14c 14d Gladstone Honse He Ysceifiog House, M. D. Roberts, Esq (p Sandhills-1. Taylor, Esq, Mrs Taylor & family (p Devonia, Mrs Kingdon (p 15 Mr David Williams 16 MrTrehearn 17 Moore cotge, Mrs Haden 19 Glan y don, G. \Turnsr Esq. (p 21 Belle Vue T. R. P. Royle, Esq., Mrs. Royle and Family (p 22 Fairfield, 1. Christian, Esq., Family Dolowen, -Dr. Turner 23 Miss Sneyd fp 24 Pen y don, M. S. Plun- kett Esq., Mrs. Plunkett and family 25 Moranedd, J. Churton, Esq., J.P., and Mrs Churton (p 26 Bod Donwen, W. Wil- kin, Esq., Mrs Wilkin, and family (p PLASTIRION TERRACE. 1 Mrs Orton (p 2Atr John Roberts 3- 4 5 Miss Milliyan 6Mr Edwards 7 Mrs Dickenson (p 8 Rev. J. Hughes (p S. Winifred's hospital, Miss Vizard, lady stiper. intendent Coast Guard station— Air Johns, ehiefofficer (an officer is stationed here day and tiiqht). Abbey Street. Abbey vaults, Mr Peter Edwards 2 Saratoga House, Mrs Davies 3 Wynne house Miss Wynne 4 Mr Jones 5 Mr Ellis Evaiis 6 Mrs J. Matthews 7 Mrs Hughes 8 Mrs J Roberts 9 Gladstone house, Mrs Crowe 10 Mr Jones 11 Aston Park House, Mr A. R. Morrice 12 WaltonhouseMisB IVal ton 13 Bognor house, 14 Mrs K. TV. Griffiths 15 Greville House, Mrs Ferguson 16 Mrs Philips 17 Mrs Saunders Ty Newydd Villa-.Iti- R, Hughes 17a Mrs It. Jones Ethel Villa, Miss Jones 18 Litchfield house, Mrs Saunders 19 Leamington house, Mrs 1 im,ns 20 Mrs Hammond '21 Mrs Whitley '22 M rs Jones -3 Mr Daniels, 24 Mrs W. Williams 25 Mr Burrows 26 Mr Ellis 27 Mr Foulkes 28 M r Parrll 29 Mrs E. Jones 30 Portland house, Mrs W Jones 30A Mr W. H. Davies 31 Mrs Jones 32 Mrs Denson 33 Mrs T. Hughes 34 L rs E. Williams Aquanum Street. 1 Staffordshire house, Mrs Daniels 2 Gwyrch Castle view Mr James Shaw 3 Snowdon House, Mrs Powell 4 Douro house, Mrs O. Thomas 5 Mrs W. Lewis 6 Gwalia house, Mrs R. Ll. Jones 7 Mrs Richards 8 Mr R. Hughes 9 Misses Jones 10 Shelton house, Miss < Hawthorn 11- 12 13 Mrs Jones 14 Mrs Davies 15 Aquarium cottagep Mis 8 Pearson 16 Haversham house, Mr. Lunt 18 Mrs. Jones GLADSTONE VILLAS 1 Mrs T. C. Amos 2 Mr R. Kitchen 3 Mrs R. Currif' Evans 4 Mrs Asterby 5 6 Mrs R. Jones Rev. E. Lloyd 7 Mr T. Roberts Albert Street. Albert villa, J. Griffith Esq. 1 Mr Jones 2 Mrs Williams 3 Mr Bradley 4 Mr Roberts 5 Mrs Howell Bath Street. Women's Convalescent Institution, manageress Mrs Jones Inmates in—60 Morlan, Mrs Twiston fp GBOSVENOB TERRACE— X Mr If Mrs Clews (p 2 Mrs Edlestene 3 The Misses Johnson (p 4 Douglas house, Grange villa, W. Wynne, Esq. (p Bod Meurig, Wm. Mills, Esq., Mrs Mills f family (P- Bod Arthur, F. Wright, Mrs Wright & family (p W E Smalley, Esg, Mrs Smalley & family (p Ladies' College, Mrs Her. cer BELLE VUE TBlULACB- 1 Mrs Roystor. 2 Mr If Mrs Sheffield (p) 3 Mrs Colling 4 Mr and Mrs Collingwood and family fp 5 Mrs Sam. J. Amos 6 E. J. King, Esq., and Mrs King (p 7 Mis, Powell Jones (p 8 Misses Blain f Miss Fennell CLABEKOWT Vnv,- 1 Mrs B J Musker (p 2 3 Mr John Morris 4 Bodfor Street. 1 Albion hotel, Mr Lloyd 2 Mrs H. Evans 3 Mrs Litchfield 4 Mr Wedgwood 5 Mr and Mrs T. D. Ainsworth and family (p Messrs Ainsworth f Frank Jones' offices 6 Birmingham house, Mr R Williams 7 Capt. Evans 8 Mr Campling fp 9 Temperance hotel, Mrs Sarsom 10 Dinorben Arms Hotel, Mrs Anne Moore 11 12 Mr Bell 13 Railwayrestaurant, Mr N. Costigan London North Western Railway Station,— Mr W. Stokes, stationmastor and goods and traffic agent; Mr Jones,* nside passenger and booking agent; Mr Aleock, plat- form inspector; the ¡ Company's Refreshment Rooms, Miss Armstrong manageress Messrs W. H. Smith's and Sort's bookstall Mr T. W. White, manager 14 Bee hotel, Mr Higson 15 Mrs o. P. Williams 16 Mr Fazakerley GLADSTONE BUILDINGS. 17 Mrs Griffiths 18 Mr H. Mudd 19 Mrs Torkington 20 Wynnstay house, Mr T. M. Davies 21 Mr A. W. Merridtw 24 Miss Edwards fp 25 Mrs Martin 26 Mr F. Pryce Lewis 27 Bedford Street. 4 Mrs Roscoe 7 Arr. T. Williams 8 Mr Johns 9 Studley House, Mr Griffiths 11 Mrs E. Jones 12 Mrs M. Jones 13 Mr Henry Parry 13 a Mrs Williams 14 Mr W. Thomas 15 Elwy cottage, Mrs J. Ellis Ellis 16 Mrs Boberts 17 Mrs. Davies 17 aMrs Jones 2 Mrs Jones 20 White Horse, Mrs Ro- berts 21 Mr Williams 22 Mrs Parry 23 Miss Owens 24 Mrs Williams 25 and 26 Mrs Amos (p 27 Mrs IJavies 28 Mr Edwards 29 Mr Lt. Lloyd 'ISaMrs Williams 30 Mr B. Edvcards 31 Mr B. Griffiths 31a.Jb- II. dtctrtls 32 Mr Parry 33 Mr J Oirens 34 Mr H Jones 35 Mrs Foulkes Brighton Boad. I 1 Mrs 2>irnurd Parry 2 Mr and Mrs J. Devme and family 3 Mr and Mrs R. D. Wit. liams and family (p 4 W oodlands-Capt Grou- cutt, Mrs Groueutt and family (p BRIGHTON TERRACE— 5 MrW. Hughes 6 Mr Jones (p 7 Mr T. W. White fp 8 Mr Peet (d 9 Mr J. Aitkin and Mrs Aitkin (p 10 Mr D. Thomas 11 Mrs Baird. (p WELSH WESLETAN CHAPEL 12 Mrs Evans 13 Mr T. Evans 14 Miss Morris 15 Mrs W. Roberts 16 Misses Edwards 17 Mrs T. Griffiths (p ENGLISH WESLETAN CHA- PEL. Epworth lodge, the Rev Fred Payne, (English Wesleyan minister), Mrs Payne p Summerfield William Williams, Esq., Mrs. Williams t family p) Bodhyfryd, B. Littler, Esq., t Mu Littler (p NORTH WALES HYDRO- PATHIC ESTABLISH KEKT, (Claremont) Manageresa-Miss Costigan G. Hostage, Esq, Chester J.|Pierces, Esq, Abingdon C. Boden, Esq, W'church Chadwick, Esq, Man- ch ester Miss Chadwick, do. H. Wilson, Esq, Todmor- don Mrs Wilson, do. L. Gilbert, Esq, Chester J. Whittingham, Esq., Nantwich Mrs Whittingham, do. J. R. Whittingham Esq. Miss Whittingham, do. R. Jones, Esq., Malvern Mrs Jones, do HIQKFXELD COTTAGES 1 Messrs. Baird # Shelton 2 Mr J. EUis Sywell house, Rev. E. Tudor Owen, M.A., and Mrs Owen p) W. R. Williams, Esq., Mrs Williatns, and family p) Clwyd house, Rev. G. A. Butterton, D.D., J.P., and Miss Butterton (p South lawn, Oliver George, Esq., and Mrs George (p Pen y coed, W. Morris, Esq., and Mrs Morris (p Mrs Eddlesten (p Beaconsfield house, Miss Rawle CoÐDBN TERRACE 2 JUrs Davies 3 Miss Tonks Mrs Jones 4 Mrs Price 5 Mr Thompson (p 6 Miss Jones Mr Thomas Cnurch Street. 1 Miss Rschardson (p STANLEY TERRACE— 2 Morgan lodge-Mv and Foskett (p.) 3 Mrs Neale 4 Havelock houae, Mr W J. Simeoek 5 Mr* Williams and Miss Webb, fp 6 Miss Liddels 7 Bodlonfa, Mrs Johnson Thomas 8 Lansborough house,— Miss Nield 9 Mrs Buckley Morfa lodge S. Perks, Esq. and Mrs Perks ( p 11 Women's Convalescent home, Mr t Mrs Jones, managers 44 Inmates Morfa cottage, Mr Owens 16 Mrs Mannix (p 17 Westminsterhouse, Mrs Lloyd 18- 19- 20 Caradoc Cottage, 8. L. Tildasley, Esq. (p 21 Ton y mor, Mr E. W. Keating e and family (p 27 Fern villa, Mrs Smith fp Ty'n-y-Coed Cottage 31 Mrs Moss Clwyd Street. ] Mrs Manning 2 Mrs. T. Morris 4 Mrs. J. Hall Clarke and Misses Hall Clarke 5 Mrs 7. G. Nott 6 Miss M. E. Richards 7 Nurse Perkins J8 Mrs Lewis 9 Mr Williams 10 Miss M. Williams 11 Mr I. Jones GROVE TERRACE 1 Miss Roberts (p 2 Mr W. E. Hardeman (p 3 Mr D. J. Davies (lJ 4 Mrs. Gyle fp 5 Capt. McCoy (p WELSH CALVINISTIC METH- ODIST CHAPEL 14 CountyCourt and Mag- istrates' offices, Messrs Sisson and George Rhyl District Water Co.'s offices, Mr Bayliss, ma- nager 15 Mr Bayliss (p National schools, M r Davies master; Miss McCoy Sf Miss Burns. mistresses Chester Street Moranedd, J. Churton, Esq., J.P., Mrs Churton fp Olinda, Mrs Jones fp Pen y Don, M. S. Plunkett, Esq., Mrs Plunkett, and family Crescent Road. 1 Marine villa, JLlderman Ishmael Jones and Mrs Jones ?p 2 Mr, Mrs and Miss Prcccc Jones North Wales Offico of 'The Provincial Trade Pro- tection Society.' Head Offices: Shrewsbury. 3 Lincoln house, MrW Freeman 4 Mrs R. Simcox 6 Fron Don, Mr and Mrs Stanley and family (p 7 Mrs Tade 8 Miss Joms 9 9b Cresent Cottage, Mr and Mrs Cooke (d 10 ————— 11 Convalescent Institu- tion for men, Mr T. J Williams, manager 27 Inmates 12 Meiriadoc villa, Mis R. Jones 13 CRESCENT TERRACE. 1 Mrs J Williams 2 Mrs Jcsson 3 Euglefield house, Mrs Mannur p) 4 Mrs Greasley 5 Mr J. Owen 6 Mr Wm. Roberts Greystone Villa, Mr Mrs Bramley, (p Christ Church British Schools Head Master: Mr W A Gilbey Head Mistress Miss C E King SOUTH VIEW VILLAS, 1 Mr f Mrs Edwards (p 2 Mr Lloyd 14aVine cottage, Mr Evans (p 114bSandfield cottage, Mr John Parry 14c Messrs Jones 15 Morfa View, Mrs Jones 16 Mrs Williams 17 Mrs Rogers Belle Vue House, Mr J. Turner 29 Mrs J. Davies 30 Sherbourne House, Mr and Mrs Lively Conwy Street. 1 Mrs Charles p 2 Rev. E. Lloyd Jones, Mrs Jones and family (p 3 4 Morgan Owen,Esq., Mrs Owen f family (p Earnest street. NORTH TERRACE. 1- 2 The Miss Wigleys 3 Mr James Bell 4 Mrs and Miss Lloyd 5 Mr J. R. Williams 6 Mr Joseph Evans 7 Mr Isaac Jones 8 r— 9 10 Mr J. Fielding Edward Henry Street 1 Lanedowne house 2 Mr Powell fp 3 Mrs Evans 4 Miss Williams 5 Mrs Atkinson 6 7 lfr8 Betts 8 9 10 Mrs Pringle 11- 12 Mrs Brewster 13 14 16 MrR. Warren 17 18 Dr Price (p 19 M* R. E. Hughes 20 Mrs Harris 21 Mrs Beale 22 Hawkstone House, Mrs J. Pace 23 Mrs P. O'Neil 24 Crescent hotel, Mr Jos. Williams :11" Street. 2 Mrs Hughes 3 Mr J. Williams 4 Mr P. Williams 5 Mr J. Owens 6 Mr D. Evans (p 7 Mrs McNauqhton 8 Mrs J. C. O'Brian 9 MIt". Proffit 10 Lozells House, Mr and Mrs Prntfit 11 Mrs Taylor 12 Mrs Dew if Miss Jones 13 Hr, IJafJie. (p 14 Mr J. Jones 15 Mr and Mrs Dowdinq 16 Mrs Lodge 17 Bryngoleu House M J. M. Jones,Singer Sew- ing Machine Co., agent Albion villa, W. P. Jones Esq., J.P., and Mrs Jones (r Elwy villa, Rev. J. Wil- liams, Mrs Williams and family „ (p Emral Villa, Mr Jones Alpha Villa, Mr J. Smith Fernleigh, G. H. Fielding Esq. Sf Mrs Fielding (p Wirksworth house, H. Talbot, Esq., and Mrs Talbot fp Clifton Villa, Mr and Mrs Jones fp SOUTH VILLAS, 2 Mr R. D. Roberts 1 Gronant Street. 1 Mr J. Hayes 2 Mrs Evan Davies tP 3 Mrs Daviet 4 Mrs Berrie fp 5 Mr T. Barrett 6 Mr. R. Simcox 7 Mrs Vaughan fp 8 Mr Roberts 9 Jtr J. Hockey 10 Mr Tanslcy 11 Mr J. Johns 12 Jrrles. Williams 13 Mrs Shannon 14 Mr R. Wright 15 Mr H. Jones 16 Mr Foulkes 17 Mr J. Jones 18 Mr P. Evans 19 Mr Ll. Jones 20 Mr Roberts 21 Mrs Wickham 22 Mr Holmes 23 Mr Huqhes 24 Mr Rosney 25 Mr John Jones 26 Mr J. Dowell 27 Mrs Griffiths 28 Mrs Davies 29 Mr Potter 30 Mr Hodginson 31 Mr F. Jones High Street. I Mr C. Roebuck laMr F. MeKeman 2 Mr Slinn 3 Mr Stinn 4 Mr E. Slinn 5 Mrs Keyzar 6 f 7 Mr Samuels 8 Miss Amos 9$10 Messrs Spinks and Sons 11 Mr F. Jones fp 12 Mr. J. A. Spink, (p 13 Mr Frederick Jones (p I 14 £ 15 Mr E. Vaughan 15bG'. T. # W. Holloway 16 Mr A Spink 17 Blue Cap Mews Riding School-Proprietor, Mr John tlossiiis 18 Mr R. Slateum 18aMrs E. Davies 19 Mrs Sleigh 19aMr Araent 20 Mr W: H. Foulkes GREEN BANK SQUARE- 15 Mrs Swain Roberts 15a- 16 Mrs C. Jones 21 Mrs Hughes 22 Mr Lloyd (p 23 London house, Mrs Ellis Evans fp 24 Mr J. Williams 25 Mr C. Hardeman 26 Mr Nott 27 Leamington house, Mr Hadiforlltj 28 Mr Bcrrinyton 29 Mr Berrington 30 "Journal" office, Mr Morris 31 New inn, Mr Stafford 32 Mr S. Parry fp 33 Britannia inn, Mr Jones 33aMr J. Jones 34 Mr R. Jones 35 Mr R. Williams 36 Mr B. Griffiths 37 Mr Selvey 38 Mr H. Evans 39 Mrs Jones 39a Messrs Price Roberts 40 Rhyl Cocoa House, Mrs Snowdon, manageress 41 Mr Reynolds 42 Mrs Parry, 43 Office of the Rhyl Gas- Light and Coke Co. Mr Jos. Williams, manager Peterborough house, Mrs J. Williams 44 Jfr Davies 46 Office of Mr W. Morris 46 Dudley Arms hotel, Mr Jones 46aMr A. Furber 47 Alexandra hotel, Mrs Williams 47a Registery office for births and deaths, Mr Jones, registrar. Atten- dance Wed'day & Sa'dy 48 Messrs Lunt It Griffiths 49 Mr E. P. Roberts 50 Mr D. Davies 51 White Lion hotel, Mr Thomas Parry 52 Old Town Hall Vaults, Messrs Foulkes f Co 52dMr C. Roebuek VAUGHAN Tzmucis- 2 Mrs Thomas 3 Mrs Jones 53 Mr Owen Owens 54 Mr Henry Millward 55 Mostyn hotel, Mr Lloyd 66 Mr J. B. Williams, Mrs Williams, and family (p 57 Miss Roberts 58a "Record" office, Mr D. Ll. Lewis, proprietor 58 The Lome hotel, Mr H. Powell Jones 59 Mr Frimston Pest and Telegraph Office, Mr 0. Thomaq, postmaster 60Mr J. Foulkes 61 Mr Williams 62 Mr Bathgate 63 Misses Jehu 64 Mr E. Lee 65 Miss Horlock 66 London and Provincial Bank; G. DeameBardote, Esq., manager; Mrs Burdett (p Royal hotel, Mrs Lloyd TOTTENHAM BUILDINGS 1 J. Little and Son 2 Mr Henry Parry 3 Mrs Crooks WalthamstowHouse—Mr J Shillinglaw 72 Cambrian house, Mr Stuart 73 4 74 Mr H. A. Steer Hope Place. 1 2 3 Mr Middlcton 4 Mrs Jones 5 Mrs Edwards 6 Mrs Barkley 7 Mr Peter Hughes 8 — 9 10 Mrs Hughes 11 Miss H. Evans (p 12 Mr Williams 13 Mrs Middleion 14 Mr E. Edwards I —————————————— Xinmel Street. 3 Mr J. Brown (p 4 Lindow House, Mr J. Edwards 5 Mr Burton 6 Mr Hughes 7 Mr F. Williams 8 Mr Bishop GLADSTONE BUILDINGS— Restaurant-Misses Grif- fiths Offlem-Nessr8 J Oldfield f 00 Offices of Messrs W.Davies and M, D. Roberts, so- licitors Mr R Oldfield fp Mr Hughes 11 Mr G. DUchfield 12 Miss Bethell 13 Mr A. Shephei d 14 Mrs Griffiths fp 15 Mrs Moore Lewis and Misses Price Roberts (p CYNVAL VILLAS. 16 Dr A. B. Lloyd (p 17 Mr E. W. Keatings 18 Mr Gratton 19 Mr M. Samuel 20 Mr Murphy WEST END VILLAS, 23 Miss Lewis (p 24 Mr E. Jones 25 Mrs Roberts (11 26 Mrs and Miss Simtster 27 Mr Morrss (p 28 Mr J. W. Jones fp 29 Mrs Robinson 30 Mr IV. Edwards 31 Mrs Yorke Jones and Miss Williams p) 32 Mr W. R. Williams (p 33 Mrs Matthews fp 34 Bodelwyddan view, Miss Jones 3.5 Jfr8 Jone, 36 Mrs Clarke fp 37 YeWindsor, Mrs Clark 38 Mr J. Goffe 39 Mr B. Williams 40 Mrs Lambstale 41 Mr H. J. Hughes 42 F. Wrigley, Esq., Mrs Wrigley, and family (p 43 Castle hotel, Mr Pimb- i lett 44 Mr TVm. Jones 45 Mr R. Evans 46 Belmont house 47 Birmingham hotel, Mr Mr Kilshaw 48 Mrs Roberts 49 NrBell 50 Mr Jones 51 ———— 62 Mrs Daviet 53 Mr Howard 151 Kinmel Terraoe 1 Mr W. Evans 2 Mrs J. Davits 3 Mrs Hassell 4 Mr Roberts I 5 Mr S. Jones 6 Mrs Jones Market Street. 1 Mrs Lewis laOffice of E. H.Edwai-d Esq. 2 Mrs J. Thomas 3 Mr Bobbins 4 Mrs Evans 5 Mrs Jenkins 6 Mrs Ward 7 ——— 8 9 Mr J.I,d-wat-ds 10 Mrs T. Roberts 11 Mona hotel, Mr W. G. Jones Mill Bank. Mill Bank inn, Mrs Wil. liams Tilia, Mrs Wil- liams MOUNT PLEASANT. 1 Mrs Salisbury 2 Mr Blimston 3 Mrs Langfield, (p 4 Miss Salisbury MILL BANK VILUS. 1 Mr G. Farrant SOWERSET VILLAS, 1 Mrs Jones 2 Mr W. Allman VALE VIEW TERRACE. 1 Mrs Edwards 2 Mrs Robe, ts 3 Mrs J. Jones 4 Mrs Price 5 Mrs Jones 6 Miss Davies 7 Mrs Davies 8 Mr Roberts 9 Mrs Lewis 10 Mr T. Jones 11 Miss Roberts 12 Mrs Matthews 13 Mrs Edwards Elwy villa, Mr Phcsnix Elwy Hall Cottage, Mrs Harrison and Miss Har- rison VALE VILLAS, Mr E. Edwards 11 Mrs Fowler Morley Boad. Mr P. Evans ? Mr R. Hughes Cefndy villas,Mr Joseph Humphreys (p MOBLEY Vilry.k 1 Miss Hughes 2 Mrs Debney Freelands, Mr Davies (p Whitford House, Mrs J. Rhyiwen Jom, t family (p in North John Stmt. 1 MissWorseley 2 Mrs Colquhoun 3 Mrs Harris 4 Mrs Mayings 5 Mr* B. Williams 6 Mrs. Pearson (p 7 Miss Cox 8 Mr. Do Montmorency 9 Atr Xarshall 10 Mr Hatwood 11 12 Mrs Williams Paradise Street. CHUBTON TERRACE, 1 2 Mrs and the Misses Wynne Edwards (p 3- Churton villa, Edwin A. Norbury, Esq., Mrs Nor. bury and family (p Eden cottage, Mrs Jestun Ivy cottage, Miis Burns REGENT VILLAS. 1 Mr J. Roberts Mrs Neild Misses Browne fp Queen Street. 1 Mr Pryce Davies 2 Mr W. Owen fp 3 Mr Bradley 4 Mr Roberts 5 Mr Graves WELSH CONGREGATIONAL CBUBOB 6 Dining Room-Mrs. Pritchard 7 M ra J. Turner 8 Mr Jones 9 4 10 Mrs Jones 11 Temperance hotel, Mr Ayrs 12 Talhaiarn house, Mr S. P. Evatis 13 Mrs Jones 14 Mr J. McGill 15 Mrs 0. Hughes 16 Mrs Brcreton John Roberts,Esq. 17- Brunswick Cottage Mrs Dvvies 18 Adelphi house, Mrs Remington 19; Cleveland house, Mrs Rice 20 Albert house, Mrs Alien 20a Mr Slinn 21 Mrs Owen 22 Mrs D. H. Jones 23 Mrs Williams 2i Mr J. Lloyd 25 Mrs P. W. Davies 26 Mr W. Vaughan 27 Mr E. Vaughan 28 Mr W. Boddifilion 29 George hotel, Mr G. R. Allinson, proprieter Mrs. Moores, xaanageresis 3G Mrs Thomas 31 Mr Henry Jones 32 Mr W. Jones 33 f 34 Mr J. S. Jones 35 Mr Hatwood fp 36 Mr Hardeman fp 37 Mrs Bell Bussell Koad. I Mrs Morris laMr F. Homass lhMr T. Evans IcMr G. Gregory 4 Mr T. Morns. 5 Misses Morris Swan inn, Mrs Ellis 6 Mrs Jones 7 Mr R. Roberts 8 Mrs Hughes Plasgwyn, Mr ll. H. Jones Auctioneer Plasgwyn Cottage, Mrs Povah Aston cottage, Mrs Hughes ST. THOMAS S CHURCH Englefield house, Miss Mason Englefield cottage, Stephen Roose, Esq. (p Knighton lodge, Mrs Wil- lowby 18 Mrs Crooks Preswylfa, Miss Evans (p Bodanerch, T. Winston, Peq. (p gAff," Eowards (p 10 lasnewydd, Dr Bar- stow Car stairs it Mrs Carstairs fp Vaynol, Capt. Wright Mrs Wright andfamity (p Clairville, Mrs Ateherley ENTRANCE TO TRINITY CHURCH Esmond house, Major Key worth Oriel house, Mrs OastlerJ Sydnop house Franc Scholes, Esquire, Mr Scholes df Misses Scholes The Vicarage-Rev. Thos. Richardson, M.A., and family fp Rhianva, Misses Sneyd Bryn Estyn, the Misset Ateherley Sunnyside, Miss Jones Rowlandseck, Miss Trotts. dell Bryntirion, Archibald J. Fuller, Esq., Mrs Fuller, and family (p Plastirion, Peter Browne Esq., chief constable; Mrs Browne t family (p South kinmel Street. I MrsHumphreys 2 Mrs Goodwin 3 Mrs Jones I 5 Mrs Howard 6 Mrs Martin p 7 Mrs Billing i (p 8 Mrs Roberts 9 Mr n. Owens 10 Mr Crummy 11 Mr J. Gibbons Sussex Street. The Oxford Music Hall manager, Mr Crowley 4 MrMcEwen 5 Mr E. A. Jones fp 6 Mrs Griffiths 6aMr John Roberts 7 Mr Gibson 8 Mrs Williams 8aM" J Amos 8bMr W. Jones 9 Chester house, Mr Lita nell 10 Albert buildings, Mr W. P. Jones 12 Mr O. Owen 13 "THE ADVERTISER" OFFICE, and STEAM PRINTING WORKS; Messrs Amos Brothers, Proprietors Office of Y GWYL- IEDYDD » (T he Watchman) Office of "Y CELT." 4 Mrs Iddins fp bMr Spink 16 Mrs Morland ENGLISH BAPTIST CHAPEL St. Asaph Street. 1 Kilmore I villa, Mrs Hughes and the Misses Hughes I (P 3 4 Sandfield, Rev. J. Ogwen Jones, B.A., (Calvinistic Methodist ipiuister), and Mrs Jones Sisson Street (out of Vale Road) 1 Sisson villa, Mr. Edw. Morgan 2 Mr John Williams 3 Mr Robert Roberts 4 Mr Jones 2 Mr HarryFoster Tartleton Street. Mordon house, L. B.Ifor- gan, Mrs Morgan and family (p Sunnyside, Miss Jones (p Rowlandseck, Miss Rieh. ardson (p Thorpe Street. 1 Mr A. Lee 2 Mr T. Davies 3 Mrs Roberts 4 Mrs Pritchard (p Gwynfa villa, Mr J. Davies Mrs Davies, andfamilyp Welsh Wesleyan Manse Rev Hugh Jones, Welsh Wesleyan Minister Vale Boad. 2 Mr J. Clarke 2a Mr T. Owen 3 Mr J. Edwards 4 Mrs Hoole 5 Mr J. Morris 6 Mr C. Evans 7 Mrs Parry (p 8 Llys Arvon, Rev. J). r:- Evans (Calvinistic Meth- o(listminister) MrEvan. and family (p 9 Mr TV. Jones 9aVictoria inn, Mr Evans British schools, Mr J%o. mas, master. Mrs Thomas mistress 10 Colomendy house, Mr Morgan COLOMENDY VIEW- 1 Mr Clark 2 Mr E. Jones 3 Mr Mason 4 Mr Ellis Evans 11 Mr W. Williams 12 Mrs Roberts 13 Prince of Wales hotel, Mrs Davies lOaRev. J. Davies, Mrs Davies, 4" Miss Davies (p lobmiog Mann fp Bryn hyfryd, Mr Jones 16 Mrs N. Parry School House, Mr Jones East View, Mr Evam Seirian house, Mr Hubbl 61 Mr Wtn. Pendleton 162 Mr T. B. Jones 63 Mr R. Jones 64 Mr Wm. Williams 65 Mr Pltillipps 66 Mr Isaac Hughes 66a Mr Wm. Hughes 66b Mr John Thomas 66c Llysfaen House, Mr Thomas Jones 67 Nottingham House, Mr R. Janes 67bMr Hulley 67cMrs R. Jones 67dMr T. Williams I' 67eMr Allin VALis TERBACE- 1 Miss Hughes I 2 Mr Williams qMrs Jones 4 Mr J. Jones 5 Mr Manley 6 Mr Brade 7 Mr T. Edwards (p 8 Mr lJ. Williams (p I 9 Mr TV. Hosskins 10 Mr J. Jones 11 Mr P Hughes 11 Mr R. Emerson 67/Glenville house, Mr TV. Thomas Vickers, Esq 676Mr J. Owens 68 Mrs H. Piet-ey 69 Mr Simner 70 Miss Parry 76 Thomas Morris 77 Mr Isaac Jones 78 Captain Jones 80 Bod Elwa Mr W. Frimstone 81 Mr T. Roberts 82 Mr J. Davies 83 Mr J. Hughes 84 Mrs Hughes Water Street. 1 Shamrock house, R Price Roberts, Esq.,M.D Mrs Roberts, and Miss Roberts fp laMr Maltby I bM-r Pendleton 1 cMr Edleston 2 Mr Mariner 3 Mr T. Williams 4 Mrs Foulkes 5 Mrs Parry 6 Swiss cottage, Mr P P. Jones WELSH BAPTIST CHAPEL 7 Mr E. P. Jones 8 Mr E. Owens 9 Mrs Price Jones (f 10 Mrs Ropkms 11 Meliden house, M R. Owen 12 Mr Dalton 13- 14 Mitses Reeve 15 Clifton house, Mrs Morris 16 Mrs Humphreys 17 Mr Halmshaw 18 Mr Mincher 19 Mr Lloyd Edwards p 20 Mrs Owen 21 Mrs George 22 Mrs Rudge 23 Mis* Stuart 24 Mrs A[-. A- Owen 25 Mrs IVlliams 26 Mrs Joms 27 Regent house, Mr' I Johnson 28 T. E. Perkins Esq, (p 29 Capt Sanctoe 30 Manchester house, Mr Myerscough 31 Nr Homan 32 Mr W. Jones 32aOffices of W. R. Wil- liams, Esq. ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Wellington Boad. WELLINGTON CHAMBERS 1 C. W.Bell,Esq, Solicitor 2 Mr Homan 3 Mr P. Mostyn Williams 4 Mrs Jones 6 Trehearn f Parrv 7Miss Amos THE ARCADE. Bijou Theatre—Dramatic Company, Mr R. David Roberts proprietor-Xr J H. Arnold, manager Smith's Dining Hall Albion hotel, Mr Lloyd 8 Mr J. Oldfield Bodfor House, Miss Davies 9 Mr Hughes 11 Mr D. Williams 14 North Wales hotel, if Edwards 15 Mrs Jones 16 Rlv. A. Francis (p 17 Mrs Williams 17aMessrs R. Evans Co., Haydock Colliery 18 Mrs Evans 19 Mr R. Owen 20 Mrs Willtam8 21 Mr Gregory 22 Mrs Lewis 23 Mr T. Jones 24 Mr Jones 25 Mr D. Eean, 26 Mr J. Edwards 27 Aled House, Mr J. T. Jones 28 Mrs Griffiths 29 Mr Evans 30 Mr R. Jones 31 Mrs Evam 32 Mr Francis Gallagher 32aMessrs J. £ P. Williams 34 36 37 Glanmorfa Hall, Wm. Davies, Esq., Solicitor and Mrs Davies fp 44 Mr Dowell 45 Mr E. Davies 46 Nr Hughe, 47 Bay View, Mr Davies 48 Mr Hazleden. (p 49 Fron deg, Mrs Foulkes FFYNONGROEW ROAD— Barmouth Villa-M,. J.G. Davies iaMrs J. Davies 6 Mrs S. Davies Terfyn cottage, Mr Jones Penycefndy, Mr Twist Plas Llewelyn, Misses Gil- bank. Pont y-gwtter Farm,Mrs E. Hhghes 1 Mr Fielding (p 2 Mrs Davies (p 3 Miss Brown (p 1 Mr Keogh (p Mrs Sheppar (p ST MARY'S ROMAN CATH OLIC CHURCH From hytryd, Jossph 53 Marine Villa, Rev D. Roberts (Welsh Congre. gational Minister) and Mrs Roberts "Belgrave Villa the 5 4 Misses Bron (P\ 55 Orme view, Miss Garbett Miss Brooks 56 T. Babbage, Esq. 57 Misses Holmes 58 Mr Gibbons f p 59 Mrs and Miss Kierman 60 Mr Middlcton 61 Brig y don, Mrs Jones NATIONAL SCHOOLS. 69 Chester and Liverpool house, Mr Edwards 70 Mr Kerry 71 Mrs .Ard-ws Mr E Roberts' Solicitors Office 72Leighton house, J R Harrison and family ( 72 Myrtle cottage, mrp Roberts 74 Myrtle cottage, Mrs Edwards (p 75 Sea View cottage, Mr Wlliams 9 Refreshment Rooms, Mrs Jones 80 Mr R. Chadwick 81 Mr J. Roberts 82 Sun inn, Mrs Roberts 8" Mrs T. Hughes 84 Capt. E. Jones 8.5 Mr J. Jones 86 Mr William Jones 87 Mr William Hughes Rhyl Winter Gardens, ke., Skating Rink. Secre- tary-Arr S. Berrington 123 Gorphwysfa, F. Penn, Esq., Mrs Penn, anp family (p 1243fr R. Jones 125 Mrs Rowlands i 126 Mrs Jones 127 Mi-s A. Hutch-fidei 128 Mr Joseph Jones 129 Mr P. H. Jones 130 Mr Williams 131 Mrs Owen 132 Mrs Pryee Davies 133 Mrs Hughes WATERLOO VILLAS. 1 Mrs Evans 2 Mr C. Jones 143 Mr and Mrs J JA3aMr S. Rae 144 Mr A. Rowlands 145 Plas Glan y don, Mr Hartley (p 146 Mr R. Williams 148 Royal Oak, Jfr R. Owen 149 Mr J. Davies 160 Mr P. Williams 151 Mrs W il Hams 152 Mr T Jones 153Mr Morgan 154 Vine lodge Mr Denman 155 Mrs Edwards 156 Mr J Dowell 166bffr John Hannaby 167 Liverpool Arms, Mr Amos 158 Mr J. Humphreys 159 Mr A. L. Silvester 160 Messrs Price Roberts 161 Mr Clift 162 Mr J. P. Jones 163 Mr Tomkies 164 Birmingham Hotel, Mr Edward Ellis 165 Stationer's Hall, Mr D. Treheam 166Mr W. Owen fp 167 Northampton Hotel, Mr. G. B. dllinton l68Miss McLaren 169 Messrs Davies$Griffith 170 Messrs Wright f Shef* field 71 MrsEdwin Jones Wood Boad, HOLLINWOOD TEBBACE— 1 Mr J. Rose fp 2 Mrs Irwin and Miss Crawford (P 3 Miss Nixon 4 Mr Barger 5 Mr Jabez Onions 6 Mrs 8. Jones 7 Mr Richard Fowler 8 Mr C. Berrington 9 Mrs Hughes 10 11 12 SANDFIELD PLACE— 1 2 3 4 Windsor Street 1 Mrs Roberts 2 T. Jones 3 Mr Roherts 4.Mrø Evans 6 Mrs Williams 7 Miss Davies 8 Mr H. Jones fp 9 Llys Aled, Mr 11. B. berts 10 Claremont house, Mr UsJter lOaClaremont cotage, Jrrt McElroy 106Vale Rose cottage, Mr Evans lOeMrll Williams 11 Mrs Jones 12 Mr J. Roberts 12 a Mr Paddy 13 Mrs T-idyntaft 14 Mrs Jervis 15 Miss'Davies 16 Rev. R. Pritchard and Mrs\Priichard fp Vaughan Street. 1 Mrs Denham la Mr P. Hughes 2 Mrs Jones 3 Mrs Griffiths 4 Mr Bevan 5 Mrs J. William* 6 Mr E. Williams 7 Mrs Hughes 8 Mr Davies 9 Mr Beech Tudur Villa, Miss Roberts 10 Miss Brooks Warren Street. 1 Mrs Jones 2 Mr J. Hughes 3 Mr Philips 4 Mr Joseph Jones 6Nr Gregory 6 Mr Jones MOUNTAIN-VIEW TEBBACE 1 Mr G. F. Gunner (p ,2 Rev. J. J. Williatns and Mrs Williams (p 3 Mr A. Taylor 4 Mrs Hanmer Voryd Glandwr-Hr Keyzar Shipbuilding Yard Mr Robt. Jones Snowdon Refreshment Rooms-Mrs Clarke Free Bank House Mr Redhead Manchester Arms—Mr A. Humphreys, Manager Voryd Cottage-Mr John Edwards Ivy Cottage-Afr C. Lewis
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