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KIDNAPPING IN THE NORTHERN…

BANGOR CLERGY MEETING.I

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MAENTWROG.I

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MAENTWROG. I FATAL Accil)ENT.-A frightful accident, which has already resulted in the death of a lady, took place here on Tuesday last. It appears that as the coach which runs from Carnarvon to Dolgelley was proceeding down the hill leading from Tanybwlch to Maentwrog, the drag, from some reason or other, slipped from under the wheel, and on arriving at the Sarn, the vehicle upset, precipitating the passengers to the earth. As may be imagined, the consequences were awful. One lady, the wife of G. Watts, Esq., of London, was picked up with a frightful fracture of the skull, and, together with Mr. and Miss Watts, who were also seriously injured, were carried to the G.apes Hotel, and, melancholy to relate, the elder lady, in a few hours, breathed her last. Mes- sengers were instantly sent to Festiniog and other places for assistance, and Messrs. Roberts and Jonet were quickly in attendance, assisted by C. S. Jones, Esq. Every attention was of course given to the sufferers, some of whom were conveyed to Glan William, the re- sidence of S. Holland, Esq., and others to Tanybwlch. The Lord Bishop of Bangor, who was fortunately at Tanybwlch, was unremitting in his attentions, as was also the Rev. D. Edwards, while material aid was given by the Hon. Mr. Oakeley, W. H, Blackden, Esq., and others. On Wednesday evening the Coroner arrived, and an inquest was opened, but, after the identification of the body, it was adjourned till Tuesday, the 3rd of September. Great speculations are of course made as to the cause of the accident, though it would be wrong to allude to them at present. Suffice it to say, that a most rigid and careful examination will take place, and every effort will no doubt be made to arrive at the cause of the fatal calamity. From all we could learn, it ap. pears there are not fewer than eight casualties, some of which are severe.

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