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CORWEN. I

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DENBIGH. I

I HOLYHEAD.

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BANGOR LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH.

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IAMLWCH. I

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AMLWCH. I It appears that the Regatta Committee have now de- cided to postpone the event from Whit Monday, the day originally fixed upon, to Tuesday the 8th of August; it having been deemed desirable to afford time for the proper organization and training of local boats crews, and furnish the working committee with an ex- tended opportunity to collect subscriptions. For the convenience also of the majority of yachtmen, the month of August is undoubtedly a better date than so early a period in the season as Whitsuntide. We be- lieve that the Lord Lieutenant of the County has signi- fied to the Committee his patronage, and has favoured them with a handsome subscription to head their list. THE NEW OROAN.—We are glad to hear that the splendid new organ, worth about 4250, which has been so energetici-tlly and liberally subscribed to by the in. habitants of this town, is to arrive here in the course of the present month. The builders are Messrs. Bevington and Son, London, whose name is a sufficient guarantee for the excellency of the workmanship. Right glad also are we to hear that inhabitants of Amlwch have been so fortunate in the happy choice that the fi ev. J. Richards, the respected incumbent of the parish, has made in ap- pointing Mr. James Ellis, late of Beaumaris, who had the honour of performing before Her Majesty the Queen, on Gray and Davidson's splendid organ, in the transept of the Great Exhibition of 1851, to be their organist. Mr. Ellis's abilities as a performer, composer, and teacher of music, are too well known to require any eulogy in our columns. We witness with pleasure that great pre- parations are being made to open the new organ with due eclat—several pieces from Handel's Messiah, Hay- den's Creation, and from the works of other eminent composers, judiciously selected by the Rev. Mr. Richards, being in course of rehearsal.

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