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ALLEGED FRAUD ON THE MARQUIS OF ANGLESEY. At Burton-on-Trent, on Friday, Harold Williams (40) was committed for trial charged with falsifying cash books belonging to the Marquis of Anglesey, and so stealing £ 895. The accused was employed directly by Lord Anglesey in his estate office at Burton. PAN CELTIC CONGRESS.The Archdruid of Wales and other officials of the Goraedd have received invitations to the meetings of the Paw-Celtic Congress to bo held this year in Edinburgh. The meeting; have been fixed for September 23 and the four following days. Among the of the Celtic coun- tries who are ex-pected to be present are Sir William Trel-oar Lord Mayor of London, re- presenting Cornwall; Speaker Moore, of the House of Keys, representing the Isle of Man; and the Marquis 1'Ester hoi Hon, representing Brittany. The Marquis of Bute is chairman of the Committee, and it is proposed in the opening meeting to have a ceremony called "Lia Clinoil," which symbolises the re-uniting of the scattered sections of the Celtic races, and which will take place on the Castle Es- planade. The "Lia C:ncii." or charter stone, oansiiste of (sections of stone brought from Brittany, Cornwall, the Isle of Man, Ireland, Scotland, and Wades, formed into, a kind of cairn, which romns in existence during the continuance of the Cotogiesa.

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