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ST. ASAPH. MEETING OF THE GUARDIANS.—The ordinary fort- nightly meeting of the Guardians oftheSt.Asaph Union was held on Thursday last. Present—Whitehall Dod, Esq., Llannereh Hall (in the chair), Thomas Evans, Esq., Ystrad Cottage; Rev. D. M. Evans, Llanfairtalhaiarn Messrs. Wm. Parry, T. G. Luut, and Thomas Foulkes, Denbigh; E. Powell Joues, John Edwards, Abergele, Wm. Phillips, Llanddu- las, H. Parry, St. Asaph, Robert Griffiths, Tremeirchion, Rev Thomas Williams, and Rev. John Pugbe, Llan- sannan. The Clerk having read the minutes of the previous meeting, The Chairman proceeded through the usual business of the Board. No subject of special importance was discussed. A letter was received from W. Shipley Conway, Esq., inviting the children of the Workhouse to attend the Rhuddlan Flower Show the following day (Friday). The invitation was gratefully accepted by the Board on be- half of the children, and a vote of thanks to the esteem- ed gentleman for his kindness was directed to be insert- ed on the minute book. A vote of thanks was also unanimously passed to Mrs. Wynne, of Cefn, for her liberal treat to the Workhouse children on the 9th mat. The Maiter having reported that the asaiatant Matron < had given notice to leave her situation, the Matron was authorised to engage a competent person to act in her place. Amount of out-relief expended last fortnight, C349 9s. lOd. Paupers in the Workhouse, 55; corresponding week last year, 61. Vagrants relioved since previous Board day, 24.

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