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A dreadful case of death from hydrophobia lately happened at Montaud. The victim was a boy, eight years of age, and the fatal symptoms did not manifest themselves till four weeks after he had been bitten in the ear by a dog. We ( Musical World] are given, on good authority, to understand, that among the candidates who have been named for the knighthood which, it is said, is intended to be conferred on a number of the musical profession, Mr. Henry Russell, is one and that his chances of re- ceiving the honour are amougthe best. DEATH OF AN OLD VETERAN.—On Wednesday last the mortal remains of the late William Edwards (better known as Colonel Edwards) were deposited in their last resting-place, with the relics of his family, at Holt. He lived at Isycoed in the year 1S30, and up to this period was considered one of the best horsemen that followed the late Sir Watkin's hounds, being always foremost at the death. He achieved many daring exploits, and in- variably crossed the Dee with the hounds. He upon one oocasion, while staying at the Lower Hall, at mid- night, had a candle placed upon each post of the gate leading into the yard, and his favourite black mare took him over in gallant style, the gate being six feet high. His stable contained the best cattle, and his table afford- ed the most hospitable entertainment; all were welcome guests. About 1830 he left his farm at Isycoed, his ancestors having occupied it for upwards of one hundred I and sixty years. He then removed to Holt. He shortly afterwards relinquished his Holt residence, and settled down in Liverpool. For the last eleven years he has resided in his native parish, Holt, four of his sons being settled in Ireland, men of high standing as railway con- tractors, who allowed him a liberal competency. He gave up his establishment in January last, and went to reside with his nephew, Mr. J. Edwards, of Holt. A short time ago he went to visit his son-in-law, Jos. Row- son, Esq., of Stanley Villa, Walton, Liverpool. He was taken ill there, and on Saturday the 22nd ult., breathed Ilia last,

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IVALE OF CLWYD RAILWAY.

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