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I BANGO. AND BEAUMARIS UNION. The usual fortnightly meeting of this Board was held on Wednesday last. Guardians presentCharier Bicknell, Esq., (in the Chair), and Messrs. William Griffith, George Simpson, Rowland Parry, Wm. Hughes, Evan Roberts, Robert Evans, Robert Roberts, John Williams, Richard Evans, Robert Williams, Thorns Hughes, and Kichard Jones. A precept for the Carnarvonshire police rate for this Quarter amounting to L338 5s. Sid., payable on the 13th August next, was laid bofore the meeting, as was also a statement of the condition of pauper lunatics confined in the Denbigh Asylum during the half year ending 30th June last. The consideration of the letter of Mr. Ricbard Tho medical officer, as to nuisances at Menai Bridge, was postponed until next meeting. The following letter as to additional Guardians for Bangor, Llandegai, and Llanllechid, was read, viz. "Poor Law Board, Whitehall, S.W., 24 th June, 1864. "Sir,-I am directed by the Poor Law Board to acknowledge the receipt of ydhr letter of the 27th ultimo, on the subject of the application previously made to them by the Guardians of the Bangor and Beaumaria Union, for an increase of the number of Guardians for the parishes of Bangor, Llandegai, and Llanllechid. I am directed to state that the Board have carefully con- sidered the application of the Guardians, and are of opinion that the interests of the parish of Bangor and Llanllechid would be adequately represented by an in- crease in the number of Guardians for the first mention. ed parish of three, and for the last mentioned parish d .n? = ing the number of Guardians for the parish of Bangor 9, and for the parish of Llanllechid 6 in futur& With regard to the parish of Llandegai, the Board are disposed to think that this parish may properly have two additional Guardians, making the number fur the future 6 instead of 4. The Board will therefore issue an order, increasing the number of Guardians for these parishes as above mentioned. I am Sir, Your obedient servant, "H. FLEMMINO, "SecretMy." To John Thomas, Esq., Clerk to the Guardians, Of the Bangor and Beaumaris Union, Bangor. Out relief during the last fortnight (parochial) t208 8e. 2d. (immoveable • f 208 6s. 2d.; (non-settled) .£40 16s. 6d. Treasurers balance, 9481 7s SrI. to Unioa. Adjourned to Wednesday, the 13th, at 10 a.m.