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DENBIGH.

RTJTHIN.

COUNCIL MEETING.

ABERGELE.

BRYMBO AND BROUGHTON.

CAERGWRIIE.

CEFNYBEDD.

CEFN AND RHOSYMEDRE.

CONNAH'S QUAY.

CORWEN.,

HAWARDEN.

HOPE.

LLANGOLLEN.

MALPAS.

MOLD.

NEWT OWN.

,ITORTHOP.

RHYL.

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OSWESTRY.

PEN-Y-CAE.

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PEN-Y-CAE. THE SCHOOLS.—The following is the Diocesan Inspector's report of the National School, examined in July, 1879 The singing in puts in this school is excellent; repetition, accurate; Scripture, very fair." SCHOOL TREAT.—On Monday, tho 25th Sept., the scholars or the National School, to the number of 230, held their annual treat in the grounds adjoin- ing Penybryn Hall, the residence of Geo. Thomson, Esq. Having partaken of a bountiful tea, the scholars sang a few select pieces of music before the Had, and then dispersed to amuse themselves in a variety of ways—football, jumping, sack racing, &c. During the course of the evening balloons were sent off, and at dusk a large number of fireworks were displayed to the no small delight of the juveniles. Among the ladies and gentlemen who took an active part in the proceedings were—Geo. Thomson, Esq., Airs, and Aliss Thomson, Mrs. Edwards, Vicarage, Ruabon Dr. and Mrs. Lawton Roberts, Rev. D. Williams, Pen-y-Cae; Mr. F. Thomson, Mr. L. Kenrick, and Mr. M. Smith.

RUABON.

ST. ASAPH.