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LLA.NDUDNO. MARBIAOU FESTIVITIES —This fashionable watering place was the scene of much gay doings and considera- ble excitement on Thursday, the 27th ult., consequent on the marriage that day of Thomas Ferguson A nsdell, Fsq., solicitor, of St. Helen's, Lancashire, to Miss Euiilie Moore, youngest daughter of Edward Moore, Esq., of wire House, Llandudno. The prominent position oc- • 1 l.v both gentlemen in the place, and the high ?mati? in which th? family are held, added to the ?obtrusive and engaging manned of the amiable young ?invested the event with more than usual interest, rl which exhibited itself in the numerous assemblages ??.v°a? ted to witness the ceremony which took place ™ the 0 above named day at St. George's Church, as elsewhere recorded. The bridal cortege, which cons?t- ea oi six carriages, left ?l-re House at eleven o clock, .? ? the ceremony was most ably and impressively per. 10 med bv the Rev. H. E. F. Vallancey, M.A., vicar of St. Helen's, assisted by the Hev. Anwyl Roberts, M.A., 'of Llandudno.. The bride's attire was tbe sub. ject of general admiration. She wore a dress of white satin trimmed most elegantly with ermine, and a wreath of orange blossoms, depending from which, and merely enveloping the whole ifgure, was a magnificient veil; and the general effect was most charming. The bride was attended by four bridesmaids, namely, Miss Moore, Miss Agnes Moore, Miss Ansdell, and Miss Lucy Ans- dell, all of whom were most elegantly attired; and they were esquired by the bridegroom's best man, Mr. Lamb, and the other groomsmen, namely, Dr. Ricketts, Mr. McBride, and Mr. John Ansdell, jun. There were also present a large party of the numerous relatives and friends of both families, who evidently evinced a warm interest in the proceedings. The ceremony altogether had a most pleasing and charming effect, and the happy couple left the church to the noble strains of the Wedding March," beautifully rendered on the organ by Mr. Owens, organist of St. George's. The bridal party returned to the hospitable residence of the bride's father, where a truly elegant and splendid dejeuner was laid out, supplied by Holland, of Chester, to which a party of thirty guests sat down, and did most ample justice to the good things before them. The usual toast—princi- pal amongst which, of course, was that of "Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Angdell"-were afterwards given, followed by bumpers of champagne, and everything, it needs scarcely be said, "went merry as a marriage bell." The happy pair left en roltte for the English lakes at four o'clock, and as their carriage drove away, they had to run the gauntlet of the usual slower of old slipper," accompanied with best wishes for their future happiness. The day's re- joicings were brought to a close at Moore House, by a grand ball and supper given by the bride's parents in honour of the occasion, and which was attended by a large and brilliant party, and where general hospitality and enjoyment reigned supreme until an early hour.

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IPENRHYN DEUDRAETH. I

PWLLHELI. I

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THE NEW BAPTIST CHAPEL, BANGOR.…

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