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RHUDDLAN. The DEATH OF Mns. Robebt Mokp.is, IIenohef. -On Saturday, the 8th inst., the quietness of the small town of Rhuddian was broken by the Had newt of the death of Mrs. Morns, Ilendref. which took place that morning after f) few day's illness. Her little boy had a severe attack of typhoid fever, but va-i in a state of hopeful corn- lesccnec when his mother contracted the disenp<\ to which she succum- bed. The sad and unexpected news spread quickly, and grief was goneral in the town amidst all classes, and much sympathy is felb and expressed towards the husband, the little boy, and all the rel- atives of the deceased in their sad trial and sorrow. Mrs Morris was highly iespocted in all circles and by all classes, and hnd endeared herself to all who bad Jthe honour of her acquaintance. She was a faithful member of the Calvinistic Methodists, who as is body and church have lost a most active and devoted merubor. The poor have also lost a real friend, and tho sick a kind hearted visitor, in the deceased, and perhaps it is only known t" a few, ex- cent the lecipients of her unutterable kindness t, h r V, ith the unceasing, quiet and unostentat- ious woik the deceased has done in our msnst. The day of he depasture will therefore be 1" l: d in the his'.orv of the church of which she was a member, in neighbourhood in which she we.s so hi. ie ly esteemed.—The funeral of the deceased took place ou Tn> sday, the 11th inst-, according to the prorisioi, f the new Burials 4c I. At tne h<>u -e tho Rev. i'Vancis Jones, Abergele, read a portion of Scripture afterwards the Rev. John Williams, Rhyl, gave a short address, t uching upon the life and character of the deceased and the Rev. Robert Hughes, Dyserth, offered up a very earnest prayer. Beforo tl e procession was formed a hymn was given out by the Rev. John Williams, Diolchaf am dy gariad cu, which having been sung, the processiou was formed in the following order:—1st, the minis- ters, the Revs. B. Hughes, St. Asaph Francis Jones, Abergele John Williams, Rhyl Robert Hughes, Dyserth; D. R. Griffiths, Rhuddian; Thoma. Hughes, Rhyl; E. Lloyd, Rhyl B. Evans (B), R huddlau the deacous the deceased's Sunday School class; the coffin (born by the workmen), which was literally covered with beautiful wreaths, the relatives, including Mr. Morris (the husband of the deceased), Messrs John Araughan Roberts, William Jones, Dr. Hughes, Fentnaenm iwr Messrs David Jonei, Liverpool; Thomas Jones, Plasnewydd, Colwyn Bay W. F. Jones s Misses J. and O. Jones, Bodidda; Mr. and INirs Hughes, Ty Gwyn, Colwyn Bay Mr. Thomas Jone- Liverpool; Mr. and Mrs Jones, Liverpool; Mr. Peter Roberts, Conway, and others; followed by the public. At the grave the Rev. B. Hughes, St.. Asaph, officiated, at the con- clusion the Rev. 0. R. Griffith (pastor) offered up a prayer. Tho wreaths (Hi in number) were Bent by Misses Davies, Bryn Cvvnin Misses Jones, Castle View; Misses Jones, Cwybr Bach; Mrs Jones, 4, Abbey street, Rhyl Misses EnYGn, Hylas Miss Hughes, Bodrhyddan Misses Roberts, Fferm Miss Hughes, Colwyn Bay; Miss Twist Mr. David Thomas, Liverpool; Misses Jones, Bodiada Mrs Jones, Liverpool Mr. John Roberts. M.P., &c. Another Sudden DUTIL-The news of the death t of Mrs Hughes, Penybont, Rhuddian, widow of the late Mr Robert Hughes, builder, Rhyl, and mother to Mr Robert Hughes, Town Surveyor, which took place on Saturday evening last, was received in this neighbourhood and by the i" itants of the the town with grief aud sorrow. The deceased died of heart disease and expired before medical aid could be had. She had reached the lipe age of 73, and from tho testimony of |all- who had the pleasure of knowing her for many years, amongst whom she was highly rospected, we have every reason to believe that the loss and vacancy that has occured through the departed one's death is to her a great gam. The funeral took place on Tuesday last under the new Burials Act. At one o'clock a service was held in the Independent Chapel, of which the deceased was a most faithful member. Mr Rowlands, Town Clerk, Rhyl, eon- ducted the service. After a. hymn had been sung and a prayer offered, the following ministers delivered short addresses touching upon the JifE- aud character of tho deceased:—Tho Rev Mr Thomas, Independent minister, Rhyl The Rev Mr Thomas, Independent inhmter, LlunuwchL n, Bala The Rev John Williams (C.M.), Rhyl and the Rev D- H. Jlooke, Congregational minister, Rhyl._ Alter the service was jver ot tho chape), the Irictni.s and relatives re' a. rre-i to the deceased's huiise,\vho!e the fur.errti procession was formed, and proceeded to St.As^ph, vr ere deceased was buried-


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