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PROMISES.

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PROMISES. To the Editor of the Sorth Wales Gazette. Sin.—I aus;ur well upoii the present PRO- MIS RS to the Chester Road-not as the Chester road, but as an accommodation to the public at large of both kingdoms—The first object to ob- tain these most desirable comforts, I consider Conway Bridge—after this. all flows in course hilt as I have mentioned PROMISES, I call to my recollection upon this road many—which like stones placed by the highway sides, remain suf- ficiently long1 in expectation to render their aid doubly expensive, and, in some instances, com- paratit/ely minatory. The first which occurs to my notice, is the short approach to St. Asaph, which has now been near seven years in a slow progressive slate, and which at this period little more than seven weeks would render complete, but this we conclude is a county job.—The next is Rhualt Hill, which every weary traveller has viewed from the fa- tiguing height the promising appearance of fu- ture ease, stiU remains in an unfinished state, but apparently a facile accomplishment. We next, under similar impressions, view the premised improvements to the aseentto Penmaen Rhos, here, we behold a level, whilst we draw short breath, in the ascent of a mountain, thus ag-ain regret either the want of energytor means of rendering comparatively a mountainous, a champagne country—more anon—for I feel it a a duty to aid your establishment, which I consi- der, in almost every point, of the greatest bene- fit North Wales ever was hlessed with. Your's truly, CAMBRIAN.

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THE GREAT BATTLE.

Thursday, May 20,j

Family Notices

TO THE EDITOR.

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