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THE WREXHAM ADVERTISER AND DENBIGHSHIRE, FLINTSHIRE, SHROPSHIRE, CHESHIRE & NORTH WALES REGISTER. WEEKLY CIRCULATION 2,WO COPIES. Published in time for Friday Evenings. Mails, A SECOND EDITION OX SATURDAY MORNING. THE ADVERTISER Is the Oldest and most extensively circulated Newspaper published in the District embraced in the ti b. T H K ADVERTISER Is the only Liberal Paper published 111 the District, its political opinion are in accordance with those who seek judicious and well-timed Reforms, to increase the well- being of the people, and while advocating Moral, Social, and Financial Reform, freedom to all Classes, Creeds, and Denominations, is opprued ti rash in- novations. In the Counties of DENBIGH inil FLINT, the ADVERTISER has a Circulation iii-ire tliau double that of any other Newspaper. T II E A D V E R T I S E R Is, and has BEEN for many YEARS THE recognised County Paper for 1) THE ADVERTISER Reports County Meetings, Qiarter Sessions, Assizes, and all District Iiit:il'geiice, earik'r Una any other News- paper. The Advertiser" ii;n Agents and Correspon- dents in every Town, Village, !d Hamlet in the District THE AD V E II T I S E U Contains Authentic Reports of Current Events, both HOME and FOREIGN. Full particulars of the America War, ACCURATE MARKET INTELLIGENCE, The Spirii of die Press" npon all leading events, and Original Articles upon all interesting toPic-4 both Local mid Geneial. THE A I) V E R T I S E R Is extensively circulate 1 annl all classes in the popu- lous Districts, both Agricultiral, Mineral, and Manu- foctering, which claim Wrexham a:il Mold as centres, and is the o-.i'.y in j 1 u II for A Ivj.-tlsera desirous of placing their communications fully before the Public in those districts. Price 2.1. St sni ped 3d. Annual Subscriptions, (if paid in advance), 8s. 8d. On credit, 10s. The Stamped Edition, id ?vr week extra. ONCE ONLY IN FIVE YEARS. T —"— IN deference to the expressed wishes of many friends, the Directors have resolved that Life Proposals carried out in the current year shall partici- pate in the next division if Profits. ERSONS desirous of taking advantage of this privilege are invited ti forward their Prcpo>als to the Ofifces, or to any of the Company's Agents, without delay. -0- The new Life Business if this year is 65 PER OOvT. ABOVE "t:H td': qó J. that last year. Amnom DILLOAR. Secrttj' i to the Company. rzony- r.<z tPHrRjxcF. co:.trANr, Hiih Strur, W¡(t ,(1i.ll>I, 49, 77, Bit.hanan Street, j I,; iii.s. Ct APPLICATIONS for AGENCIES to the PROVIN- CIAL INSURANCE COMPANY are invited to be made on or before FRIDAY, the 13th NOVEM. BER next when a Meeting of the Board will be held to consider the same. A. DILLON, Secretary. CHIEF OFFICES, WREXHAM. The Directors will entertain applications from resi- dents in country districts as well as from those in towns. T HE HANDSOI%IE SHE £ T ALMANAC of the PRO- VINCIAL INSURANCE COM- PANY, for 1864, designed by Messrs. Grant and Co. Ludgate-hill, London, will be forwarded on application to the Offices, or to any Agents of the Company. (Established 1852.) AGENTFE U1 THII DISTRICT or THE PBOVINCIAL INSUPIANCE COMPANY, WREXHAM. ANGLESEY. Amlwch-IR. L. Dew, Banker Sstumnris—R. L1. Humphreys, Stanley Nh'e<t Eodedern—Richard Lewis, Druggist HolJhead-Wm. Evans, British School John Lewis, London Houi J. P. MedJ'cott, Banker Llufecbell-Thos. Williams, Assistant Oversaw Llanercbymedd-John Hughes, ( lerk to Union Hugh Williams, Taamllt Llangristidus-Rev. David ll .ghes Llangefni—David Williams, Accountant Llanidan—David Davies, Lord Boston's school ]Pgnt.raeth-iia. ParrN-, Tanrallt Tragaian-Ov,-en Pritcliard, Lund Agent CAERNARVON SHIR1. Aier-Wm, Griffith, Henfaes JSlDgor-J. K. Dough's, Chronicle OMee Thos. Foulhes, Solicitor „ J. Gregory, Diocesan Registry David Jones, Agent, From SqSll. J. D. Jones, printer Meshach Roberts, Chemist j Peter Williams, Merciumt Bettiesda—Richard Hughes, Ogwen Terete* I John Jones, draper Carnarvon—Walter Hughes, Banker ?? ? Win. Turner, Wine Msrokom -???y—Wiiliain Bii<??, Co?diwy?t Henry Jones, Bodidda CoY?n— -fti ?' ??'?, Solicitor Ilbewyn-Plev. -d D n tL ,[],l!! Da^:es. Berthy* IM ????,? ?RowlMj? D..p., ? Il.);:)an:s" Hafocl1y  iîiÜlll.S, Ho:ral "Vi,tori. iiotei ilan^U^vid WliamTn ? Jal °llMltr IUI lurfecLa.n_o. J ú'"  ?"?'' ?'??ay?n??o?? i ISS JONES, (late Maid to Lady Williams Wynn), begs respectfully to inform the Ladies' Of Os- westry, and the neighbourhood, that she has commenced business as Milliner and Dressmaker, at Mrs J. J. Thomas', Salop-road, Oswestry, and she trusts by strict and careful attention to business, to merit their confi- dence. N.B.—Wedding and Mourning orders promptly exe- cuted. MIDWIFE NURSE — MIDWIFE. A WOMAN of more than twenty years experience in Midwifery, and having good certificates from medical (ientleiticii as to qualification, &c., is desirous of employment in the above capacity. Cases of sudden emergency attended instantly day or night, in town or country.—Address—Mr Bayley, Book- seller, Hope-street, Wrexham. I, BRIDE AND FUNERAL CAKE ESTABLISH. MENT. No. 2, CltAULKS-STKEET. JOHN POWELL, iu returning thanks to his customers for their kind support duv>ug he past twelve years, wishes to inform them and the public generally that his stock of CONFECTIONARY this 'I winter will comprise many new assortmens for the Dinner and Tea table. Cooking in all its branches supplied. Ladies giving parties will find their enjoyment "mnch enhanced by sending their orders to Mr 1' and thus be relieved of the charge of catering. Wedding breakfasts furnished with every requisite. Bonbon's flags and ornaments in variety. Celebrated Wrexham and Drayton Gingerbreads fresh every week. Nov. 26th, 18(33. FRANCIS BEIUE, DECORATIVE PAINTER, PAPER HANGER, j GLAZIER, &c., 39, Mount-street, Wrexham. Imitations of Fancy Woods and Marbles executed in the best style.

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