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DENBIGH.

RTJTHIN.

COUNCIL MEETING.

ABERGELE.

BRYMBO AND BROUGHTON.

CAERGWRIIE.

CEFNYBEDD.

CEFN AND RHOSYMEDRE.

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CEFN AND RHOSYMEDRE. PRESENTATION.—On Tuesday evening an interest- ing event took place in the Rhosymedre National Schools. It was the presentation of a set of boots and a purse to Mr. G. Bradley Jones, who is about to leave for St. Aiden's College, Birkenhead, to study for Holy Orders. A crowded meeting test ifled the respect and esteem in which Mr. Bradley Jones is held by his fellow parishioners and scholars. The Vicar (the Rev. J. D. Edwards) presided, and in the course of a short address, alluded in feeling terms to the value of Mr. Jones in his work in the Sunday schools, and the loss that would be felt at his departure, which he was happy to say would not be permanent, for they would occasionally sec him amongst them. He begged his acceptance of the books and purse which had been subscribed for by the church and school.—Mr. Jones, in replying, thanked all those who had so kindly obtained those valuable books for him, and in the course of a very excellent address impressed upon those present the necessity of attending to the ordinances of the church, and upon the children more especially the dui-y of attending the Sunday school.—Mr. George Calvert, on behalf of the committee, gave a short speech endorsing by it the remarks of the chair- man. The meeting was concluded by the singing of a hymn and the Benediction pronounced by the vicar. Amongst those present were: Miss Edwards, Vicarage; Rev. W. Jones, curate; Mr. and Mrs. John Jones, Mr. H. and Miss Jones, Post Office; Mr. Grim shaw, schoolmaster; Mrs. Roberts, school- mistress; Mrs. and the Misses Tyler, MIS. and Miss Furmstone, Mrs. Parry, Miss Davies, and the Misses Morgan; Messrs. S. Stenhens, W. Hughes, John Edwards, Edward Price, Wrexham; Godfrey Evans, James Hunter, &c., &e.

CONNAH'S QUAY.

CORWEN.,

HAWARDEN.

HOPE.

LLANGOLLEN.

MALPAS.

MOLD.

NEWT OWN.

,ITORTHOP.

RHYL.

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OSWESTRY.

PEN-Y-CAE.

RUABON.

ST. ASAPH.