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THIS DENBIGHSHIRE BOROUBHS.—Mr. Townshend Maiuwaring, it appears, has made up his mind to retire srom the representation of these boroughs. So he said himself a little time since; and it may be assumed that this time he means to adhere to his resolution, as his old friends the Tories arc turning round upon him, and are providing themselves with another candidate.—Wrex- ham Advertiser. ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONs.-We are glad to hear that Mr J. W. Jones (late pupil to Dr. Richards), having undergone the necessary examinations for the diploma, was admitted member of the college at a meeting of the court of examiners, on the 29th ult. He also gained the first prize, and a silver medal, for midwifery, at Charing Cross Hospital. ARRIVALS AT THE GEORGE HOTEL, BANGOR FERRY, DUIUNG THE WKI.K.— Arthur Algernon Clpel, Grosveuor Square Alfred tilitiorwitrlel, Esq, Switzerland Mr and Mrs Milward Jones. Rosebank Mr and Mrs. CUrcliugh, London Mr and Mrs John Graham, ditto Dr Till and family, ditto W Hartle, ESIJ, and family. Allesley Rev C Bedford, ditto Mr aud Mrs B Smith. Highbury Mr and Mrs Charles Curling, Clapton Common Lieut -Col. Lloyd Capt and Mrs Connelly Andrew Graham, E"I[, Glasgow Mrs Aspinall JIrs Sinclair W Faynes, Esq, and family Mr and Mrs Lane, Clifton Park, Birkenhead. A FATAL OCCURRENCE.—Ou Tuesday last, Mr. Robert Edwards, brother of Mr. E. Edwards, ironmonger, of liaogor, and for many years employed as one of the foremen in the building yard of Messrs. Laird, Birkun- head, found dead in a basin at that place. It appears that deceased, in attempting a short cut from Seacombe, on Saturday night, missed his way, and fell into the basin. From four to five pounds were found in his pockets, thereby shewing that he did not come by his death through foul means. An inquest was held on the body, when a verdict of "Accidental death was re- turned. MOllNT HOUSE ACADEMY, UPPER BANGOR.—We un- derstand that Master Richard F. Jones, a pupil of the Rev. Josiah Thomas, M.A., of the above establishment, and son of W. Jones, Esq. (for many years senior church- warden of the parish of Liverpool), is among the suc- cessful candidates in the late Oxford Middle Class Exa- mination.

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