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BOROJGH PETTNSIONS.''

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REPORT OF T!LMEDIC AL OFFICEIT.…

SLAUGHTERING ON JNDAYS.

THE NEW MAGISTRALS.

THE FAIR AND MARKET TOLLS.!

DRAINAGE OF THE PROPOSES.…

THE STORAGE OF ({tXJWDEl!.

RHYL.

A STRIKE FRUSTRATED AT DENBIGH.

TEE LOSS OF THE COSPATRICE

MORE RAILWAY ACCIDENTS.

j !THE RAILWAY COMMISSION.

! THE CRISIS IN THE SOUTH…

RAILWAY ACCIDENTS.

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< 0EiHETKliY QUE:

THE STATE OF CHESTER-STREET.…

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THE STATE OF CHESTER-STREET. A numerously and influentially signed nmorial was read from the inhabitants of Chestertreet. The memorial set forth that Chester-street i con- fessedly the handsomest approach to the twn of Wrexham; that it extends nearly a mile fro the centre of the town; that it is ill-lighted, living but one lamp; ill-drained, being often fioodedvith water; and ill-kept especially as to its footj.ths, which are in some places almost dangerous. The memorialists therefore prayed the Council toake such measures to improve the road as would reiove the several matters now complained of. Amon^the signatures were those of Mr John Jones, solicor Mr John T. T. Pilkington, of Chevet Hey (OE of the victims of the late terrible railway accidit); the Rev J. H. Gibbon, Mr Wm. Overton, Irs White, Mr T. B. Acton, Mr Wm. Low, and otlrs. On the motion of Mr J. M. Jones, seconded bjMr Shone, the Surveyor was instructed to report uon the condition of this road. and what he proposelto do to it, at the next meeting.

CARTING GRAINS.

THE MILITIA DEPOT FOR A GUILDHALL.

-I PETTY SESSIONS. |

CONFERENCE ON THE RATING ACT.

BURNING OF ANOTHER VESSEL…

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DARING ROBBERY.

CORN MARKET.-

PRINCE ALPHONSO PilOCLAIMSI…

! RETIREMENT OF MR. MELLY,…

COURSrXG.

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