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DENBIGH.

GWALCHMAI.

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.

AMERICA.

RATING OF PORT PENRHYN.

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RATING OF PORT PENRHYN. To the Editor of the North Wales Chronicle. Sir,-My attention has been drawn to a letter from Mr. Barber, Colonel Pennant's solicitor, which appeared in your last paper. As it has been arranged that this question is shortly to be taken before one of the Superior Courts for deci- sion, I think it very undesirable that it should now form the subject of discussion in the public prints. I cannot, however, allow Mr. Barber's statement that Port Pen. rhyn was never intended to be included in the District," to pass unchallenged. Mr. Barber states that he has the authority of every member of the Board at that time, wi' i whom he has conversed on the subject, for this assertion. At a meeting of the Board, at which Col. Pennant presided, a plan of the district was ordered to be made by Mr. Johnson, the Surveyor. This was accordingly done and at a subsequent Board, at which Mr. Wyatt, Mr. Beaver Roberts, Mr. Vincent Williams, Mr. Hugh Roberts, and Mr. Chas. Bickuell were present, the plan was produced and "highly approved of." That plan is now in the office of the Local Board, and it will be found, upon inspection, to include Port Pen- rhyn within the District. I am, Sir, Your faithful Servant I Denbigh, Karcb 16, THOS. GOLD EDWARDS. I Denbigh, March 16, 1865.

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