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DENBIGH. I

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MACHYNLLETH. I

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I ST. ASAPH. THE MAJORITY OF WILLIAM GRENVIIXE IWILKLAMS, FSQ. A public meeting wwheld on Thursday evening, the 29th instant, in the Vestry-room, St. Asaph, for the purpose of taking into consideration the best mode of celebrating the coming-oftage of William Grenville Wil- liams, Esq eldest son of Sir Hugh Williams, Bart., Bndelwyddan, which takes,plwe on the 30th of next, month. There were pment-Rev. W. Hicks Owen. chairman; Capt. Thomas, Dt. Roberts, Dr. Lodge, Dr, Gi W. Roberts, W. M. Crowther, Esq David Parry- Esq, Faenol Fawr H. J. fiirelotigh, Esq., Thos. Ro. berta Esq., Glandwr; Rev. Hancock Lewis Messrs. E, Roberts, Partington, It. Itbberts, Chas. Mansbridge- E. Griffiths, H. Parry, Roberts) chemist, Hughes dra per,. W. Easterby, John Conway, Willams, saddler, John Williams, M'Mantis, Hughes, builder, John Jones, re- lieving-ofifcer, Wm. Kelly, ChGrles Hughes, Francis Ed- wards,. &c. Letters were read from Mr. Wyatt, and Mr. Roberts, of IILae Hill, apologising for non-attendance, and ex- pressing their utmost willingness to co-operate in the festivities. The-meeting was convened by-circulars, issued by Mr. Edward- Roberts, and The Chairman said the inhabitants of St. Asaph were indebtedi to Mr. Roberts for initiatitig this movement. (Hear, hear.) Sir Hugh Williams,-he added, was a large landowner,—he was, so to speak, the magnet of the neighborhood—and it was a great thing that they should sympathize with him on jouevent of such impor- tance and interest to himself aud family, namely—the cotning-efcage of his eldest son, Wcw Grenville Williams, Esq., who would then attain the age of manhood, when he should be in a position to enjoy all the privileges of a citizen-.of England. He felt favourable to some pub- lic demonstration on the joyous event, because it evinced a genial, neighbourly, and Christian spirit, and would be the meana-of binding all classes heartily together. (Ap- plause.)' After a-deal of conversation, the following resolutions were unanimously passed:— 1. That, subscriptions be raised foe-celebrating the ma- jority of Wm. Grenville Williams, Esq. The money to be spent iu entertaining and regaling the poor people and children of the parish of St. Asaph; also for carrying on a few rixal aud aituletic sports. 2. TlicA a dinner be held in one of the hotels in the city, aii-I that the Lord Lieutenant of the County be re- spectfully- invited to preside, and the County and Borough. Members to act as Vice. Presidents, on the oc- casion. 3. 'IlJat¡ a Committee be formed to carry out the de- tails of the foregoing resolutions, consisting of—Dr. Ro- berts, Dr. Lodge, Mr. Parry, Faenol Fawr, Mr. Edward Griffiths, Gnwemigron, Mr. Roberts, Glandwr, Mr. Eas- terby, Mtv Roberts, druggist, Mr. Fairclough, and Nl r. Partingtoli-Nir. Edward Roberts to act as lion, sec., and iViessrs. Desvies and Roberts, dragot.,3, hon. trea- surers. A subscription was opened in the -room, and every- one present made, most liberal promises, amounting to a total of £25- On the motion of Dr. Roberts, seconded by Cap- tain T&omas, a cordial vote of thanks was accorded to the reverend chairman, and the meeting afterwards terminated.

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