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CRIGGION.

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CRIGGION. WEDDING.-On Tuesday, the 9th inst., Criggion was the scene of much rejoicing on the occasion of the marriage of Miss Mary J. Gregory, eldest daughter of Mr Thomas Gregory, Lower Farm, to Mr William Blaxley Henson, of Birmingham. The church was prettily decorated, and an arch spanned the church gate bearing the mottoes-" God bless the happy pair" and Long life and happiness to Mr and Mrs Henson." Another arch spanned the drive gate and bore the motto-" We hail thee, happy bride, on this thy I appy day, May peace and ioy with thee abide for ever and for aye." Rev C. H. Brooke, vicar, officiated, and Mrs W. G. Cross, Shrewsbury, presided at the harmonium. The hymns sung were The Voice that breathed o'er Eden and How welcome was the call," and Mrs Cross played Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" at the conclusion of the ceremony. The bride was dressed in cream crepon, with veil and orange blossoms and she carried a bouquet of choice white flowers, the gift of the bridegroom. The brides- i maids were Misses Sallie and Annie Gregory, sisters of the v-ride, who wore daffodil gowns and white hats. The bride and bridesmaids each wore a handsome brotcb, the gift of the bridegroom. Mr Blaxley, cousin of the bridegroom, was best man. The company at the wedding breakfast, which was laid in a large tent erected on the lawn, numbered nearly a hundred. Early in the after- noon Mr and Mrs Henson, amidst hearty congratu- lations and cheers, drove to Oswestry, en route for Colwyn Bay. A dance was given in the evening. The numerous and costly wedding presents were very much admired.

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IFORDEN RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL.…

FORDEN BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

CHIRBURY RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL.

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