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RHYL. EXTRAORDINARY EXCURSIONS.—This town has been visited by an immense number of excursionists within the past week. On Saturday, the 6th, a very heavy ex- cursion arrived here from BirminghnID and Wolverhamp- ton, and returned on Monday, on which day another im- mense excursion came from Bradford, Leeds, and Hud- dersfield as well M two long trains containing the work- men of Messrs. Thornycroft, Wolverhampton. On Tues- day, the town was thronged with people, and their gene- ral demeanour was highly commendable. They heiii-tily enjoyed themselves on the sea shore, and not a few avail- ed themselves of a trip by the Lion, oil Monday, to Llan. dudno Bay. Others seeked pleasure in small sailing and rowing boats. The greater portion of them left in the course of Wednesday. A FEMALE PICK-POCKET.—Jane Hamilton, a respect- ably dressed woman, was taken into custody on Saturday evening last, charged with having attempted to pick the pockets of a hdy, in the Railway Station. On Tuesday' she was brought before John Churtou, Esq., but in conse- quence of the absence of a witness, who had left the town on the previous day, she was discharged with a se- vere reprimand.