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[FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] (Continued from Pages 2 and 9) Colonel Sandbach returned to Hafodunos on Saturday. Mr and Lady Florentia Hughes and family have gone to London for the Coronation. Lord Kenyon has succeeded the Earl of Kintore as Lord-in-Waiting on the King. MRS CORNWALLIS WEST was unavoidably pre- vented from having the honour of attending the Court on Friday. Mr J. Herbert Roberts, M.P., left Abergele for London on Monday. The hon. member usually spends his week-ends at Bryngwenallt. We understand that the St Asaph Cathedral lectures which were instituted by the present Bishop of Bangor, will shortly be resuscitated. The Duke and Duchess of Westminster returned to Grosvenor House from the Continent on Thursday. Mr Samuel Smith, M.P., was warmly welcomed in the House on Monday, on his return from the Riveria, where he has been lying seriously ill. Mrs George Cornwallis-West, and the Countess of Powis were among those present at the French Bazaar opened by Princess Christian on Tuesday.