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TOWYN. I'ItltgENTATION.- An interesting meeting was held in the National School-room, on Wednesday evening last, for the purpose of presenting the Rev. Titus Lewis, cu- rate, with a handsome silk gown, as a mark of respect for his valuable services, and the appreciation of zeal with which he has discharged the duties of his sacred office since he came to reside at Towyn. The chair wastakeu by Richard Price, Esq., who addressed the meeting. The gown was presented by Mrs. Price and Mrs C. R. W il- liams. The Rev. Titus Lewis returned thanks for the kindness he had received at all times from his flock, and m..re especially on the present occasion. The rev. gen- tleman spoke at some length, and was much ap- plauded. The doxology was sung, and the meeting Aen broke up. DETA INAOR.-WO are happy to state that the drainage works which have been carried on for some time on the Marsh between this town and Aberdovey, have been brought to a successful termination. The Government Inspector, Mr. Grantham, in company with J. Bailey Denton, Esq., went over the Marshes a few days ago, and pronounoed the work to be most satisfactory. Great credit is due to Mr. Wm. Scott, the manager and super- intendent of the works, for the manner in which it has been carried out. The Penllyn Pool, which was for- merly a celebrated fishing pond, is now planted with swedes, mangolds, and cabbages. We hope to see tbe Dysynni valley commenced shortly. An Act has been obtained, and the first meeting of the Comuiissioneis will be held in the Town Hall on Tuesday next, the 5th inst. THE TOWTN AND BRTVEGLWTS RAILWAY. The works of this line are proceeding with wopderful rapidity. The principal cutting will be at the south end of the town, and will join the Welsh Coast Railway about two hun- dred yards from the Towyn Station. We hope to see the works completed about the end of the present T-r-

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