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SOUVENIR FROM THE RUTHIN CON- SERVATIVES. On it becoming known, a forthnight ago, that the Denbigh and Wrexham Conservatives were about to show their appreciation of Mr Kenyon's many good qualities, some two or three Conservatives in Ruthin resolved that their borough should not be behind hand. It will be recollected that the Ruthin Conservatives were the first, after the general election, to show Mr Ken- yon that he was respected" and esteemed as highly as if he had been victorious. The marriage of Mr Kenyon, has been regarded with special interest by his Ruth')ti friends, and they determined on so eventful an occasion to give expression to their feelings by present* a present to himself or his bride. Mr William Lloyd, solicitor, took the matter in hand, and has the credit of bringing it to a very successful issue. A committee was quickly formed, and the Conservatives of thr. town were waited upon. The subscriptions in a few d 4yS amounted to nearly £2.°, Conservatives of all ranks. having mani- fested a desire to share a part in the expense. With this money the committee decided to purchase a hand- some gold bracelet for presentation to Mr Kenvon's bride. The article was supplied by Mr R. G.. Jovce, jeweller, Ruthin, who carried out the orders of "the committee very satisfactorily. The souvenir was for- warded to Mr Kenyon, with a letter from the sub- scribers, asking Miss Leche"A acceptance of the same in appreciation of the estaem and respect entertained for her bridegroom-, by his Rotliin supporters, and expressed the best wishes for the future welfare of himself and bride.

THE MARRIAGE CEREMONY.

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PRESENT FROM THE CONSERVATIVE…

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