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CRICCIETH. I

DINAS MAWDDWY.

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DINAS MAWDDWY. The half-yearly Manorial Courts Leet View of Frank Pledge and Court Baron, of Sir Edmund Buckley, Bt., M. P., the Lord of the Manor of Mawddwy, was held on the 7th and 8th iustaut, at the Had Lion Inn, in this town. The attendance of burgesses and all others who owed suit and service at the said courts was very large, considering the nnpropitious state of the weather. After the usual formalities aud proceedings of each day had been duly observed and gone through, the jurors, tenants, aud a large party were, according to custom, entertained by the worthy Baronet to a most substantial repast, provided on the occasion in his usual good style by the respected proprietor Mr Hugh Lewis, and after ample justice had been done to all the good things at their command, the usual loyal aud patriotic toasts were given and duly responded to; the health of the Queen, the Koyal Family, and also the health of the worthy Baronet and of Lady Buckley, being drunk with much enthusiasm. It is right to add that some very good aud interesting speeches were also delivered by Messrs Roberts, Dolbrawdmaeth Edmund Shaw, Plasyndinas; John Jones, Dolgelley, steward of the manor, and seve. ral others, which were most attentively listened to; and the company separated at an early hour, being highly satisfied with the day's proceedings.

LLANDOVIIEY.

LLYSFAEN.

-TOWYN.--

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