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RHYL WATEI BILL.-This bill was read a second time in the ilouse of Lords oil Friday (yesterday week.) ACCIDENT AT BUCKLEY.—On Friday afternoon 3, man named William Ibdl, was brought to the Che-ter Infirmary, suffering trom an extensive lacerated wound on his foreurm,. which he had reC'-Hcl in the course of his employment at Messrs Hancock's brickworks, at Buckley. ST. Wl NFFF.ED'S WELL. HOLYWELL.-ON TkurEi- day, the 20til ult., the of Westminster, tincompauied by two of his sons, visitel this well and in i nut ly inspected the new bath-* and improvement. with all of which his lordship expressed himself highly pleised. The late Marquis subscribed the juunitic.mt sum of £ 5U0 towards the well alterations. OHiN&E OF NAME.—The Qzi,,en has GRANTED to Thomas Eiward John Jones-Parry,' only son 01 Robert Lloyd Jotic-P rry, late of Aberdunant, in the county of Carnarvon, in compliance with a proviso contained in the last will and testament of Robert LI >yd, lat? of Tregayan, her Ro: al licence and authority to take the surname of Lloyd only, in lieu and instead of those of Jones-Parry, and bear the arms of L'oyd. AWFULLY SUDDEN DEATH AT CHESTER. — On Monday morning, the wife of the Ilev. Cauoti Eaton (vicar of West Kirby) is said to have suddenly fallen dead as she was conversing with her husband. At all events her deatn was very sudden, as she was apparently in her usual health a short time before. The reverend canon was on Monday vacating the canon's residence in order that the Rev. Canon Kingsley (whose term of attendance at Chester Cathedral commenced on Monday) might move into it. The event has cast a gloom over the city, as tar as the citizens are concerned. R A.ENDON THE CENSUS.—The late census shews nearly 50 inhabitants of Farndon whose ages are between 70 aud 90 years. There are only about 110 houses in the village. In addition to this there are a great number of persons at the ages of 63 and 69, thus showing pretty conclusively the healthiness of the village. J u Churton, a village only a mile away, containing nearly 10J houses, there are only two or three persons over 70 years who have been born there. Certainly there are a few more in advance of that age, but they were mostly born in Farndon, and lived there the greater portion of tti, ir lives. In Crewe, the next viilage, also a mile from Farndon, there is only one female oyer 70 years, born in tije township. In Caldecott there are two, man and wife, at the ages of 95 and 85. At Farndon, the same of Elisabeth occurs three times as often as any other. The males and females are in equal propor- tions. The censes schedules aiso presented some curious features. There were instances of dress- makers de-cribing themselves as labourers, and their daughters as labourer's daughters. Some who were thought to be expert at filling them up have described their wive- as 78 years of age, and added spinster to it as a finish the same persons filling up schedules 'or aired wi.iows and describing them as widowers." Ochers have given a very complete geographical description of the place of their birth by adding England, Europe, whilst some few took pains to furnish the exact details not only as to the hour but the minute of their advent. There is an average throughout the parish of 4! in each house. One male,'in putting his axe as 30 years, put the 0 first and the 3 last. In addition to the Cains, Abels, Elis aud Davids, there are Moses, Abraham, Jacob, Isaac. Jonathan, Mirk, Luke, Timothy, and Lazirus. MUSICAL FESTIVAL AT CARNARVON.—The Eryri Temperance Choral Union held their sixth annual festival on Monday, at Meriah Chapel, Carnarvon, The choirs, consisting of 350 members, were the following :-Rhostryfan, Engedi, Cwmyglo Glee Party, Talvsarn, Waenfawr, Nant Padarn, and the Carnarvon British School choir. The leader was the Rtèv, John Roberts (Ieuan Gwyllt). The meet- ings were presided over respectively by Mr. Hugh Pugh, Minmanton Mr. John Lloyd Jones, Bala- deniyn, Nantlle; and Sir Llewelyn Turner, Car- narvon. The music for the morning and &fternoon meetings consisted chiefly of selections from Welsh composers, and which were rendered by the different choirs separately; while the evening meeting was taken up with the perfoimance of a great part of the Messiah" by the united choirs; and the man- ner in which they acquitted themselves was most creditable, especially when it is considered that the performers were entirely composed of the werkmg class, and, as such, enjoy but few opportunities of improving the natural musical talents with which they are endowed. Sir Llewelyn Turner, the chair- man of the evening meeting, advocated such meet- ings as musical festivals on account of the great in- fluence they have on the moral and social condition of the people. Addresses on music and temperance were given by the R;vs. R. Roberts, Carneddi, X> ithesda T. Roberts, Jerusalem, Bethesda R. Thomas (Ap Vichan), Bangor; Michael Jones, Flint; and Mr. M. Davies, M.D., Carnarvon. Trle principal artistes were the followingMrs. Joues (E)s Gwvnedd), Miss Mary Owen (Mair Alaw), Miss Griffith, and Mrs. Williams, Llanberis; Mr. 0. Griffith (Eryr Eryri) Mr. Williams, British School Mr. O. M. Jones, and Mr. William Francis. Mr. Owen most efficiently accompanied the different pieces on the h irmumnm, and his performances were duly appreciated. The same may be said of the jierformances of Miss Williams, pianiste. CONCERT AT COED TALON.-On Monday evening last, a grand concert was given in the Independent (2hap, I., by the Buckley Tonic Sol-fa Choir, conduc- ted by Mr Isaac Hopwood. The Rev. J. Myrddin Thomas, of M)id, occupied the chair. The weather being so favourable, the chapel was densely crowded, and we underhand that a handsome sum was real- ised towards the fund of the new chapel, which in its construction is a credit to the neighbournood. The programme was as foliows: -Part 1. S ,10 (har- monium); chorus, ''By the rivers of B tbylon duet, "The Lrrd's Prayer," Mr and Miss Hopwood; chorus, In God is our trust;" solo and chorus, Blessed be the name of the Lord," Mr W. Hop- wood duet, "Alas 0 King," Mr and Miss Jones; chorus, "Sing, 0 sing, and glorify the Lord," which was warmly encored, but the length of the first part of the p-ogramme would not alow its rehearsal; dust, 0 Daniel, servant of the liv:ng God," Messrs Hopwood and Lamb solo and chorus, How lovely is Sion," Miss Wainwright; solo, "Go, servants of the Almighty Gùd," Mr Hopweod solo and chorus, "0 sing unto the Lord," Mr J. Hopwood; solo, H Judah's children," Miss Hopwood chorus, "Free- dom again is bringing." During the interval, Mr Thomas gave an humorous address on music. Part 2. Solo (harmonium), Mr John Jones, Buckley, which was given in excellent style, and redemanried; horu", March of the men of Harlech song, Iu the Hazell Dell," Mr John Lamb; chorus, The Frost;" song, "KIs me, mother," Mr K Wain- wright; chorus, The watch of the Rhine;" song, The Motherland," Mr W. Hopwood, which gave .great satisfaction, and spoke highly of his ability, and of a promising future; song, The break of day," Mr J. Griffiths, encored, and The brave old oak" given in excellent style; choru=, The com- rades' song of hope soug, Forget not to remem- ber," Mr E. Rowlands; duet, "A B C," Mr and Miss Jones, enthusiastically encored, w,iieb, together with The Frost," were by tar the b st performan- ces of the evening chorus, Hurrah for the Queen of England." A vote of thanks to the choir with their leader, for their g utuitous services and also to the chairman, proposed by Mr Williams, Peny- parc, and seconded by Mr R. George, with the sing- ing of the National Anthem, brought the concert to a tslose. THE NORTH WALES LUNATIC ASYLWM—Tne twenty-second annual report of this useful institution has just been published. In addition to the tabulated statement of the receipts and expenditure, it contains the various reports of the committee of visitors, the commissioners in lunacy, the medical superintendent, and the chaplain, all of wnich afford abundant grounds for satisfaction. It appears that the insti- tution is in a most flourishing condition, and deserves more than ever increased support from the six counties. The commissioners in Lunacy state that they found the asylum in a very creditable and satisfactory condition at the time of their visit; much done since their colleagues visited last year, and more in progress, to add to its effieieecv in various departments, and make suitable provisions for its inmates. The few defects in the building that were then pointed out had been completely remedied, and other amendments had been carri. d out. having in view the increased comfort and more sufficient recreation of the patients. The officers of the establishment are spoken of in high term for their general efficiency and their assiduity in the performance of their duties. The records of employ- ment show a larger proportion of men than of women uaetully and regularly occupied, forty of the latter doing needle-work, twenty-five being in the kitchen and laundry, and twenty-six in the wird s and else. where, while of the men seventy-two worked out of doors, twelve in the shops, and fifty-three in the ward and laundry. The average attendance at the chapel services seems to be 134 of both sexes in the camming, and 111 in the afternoon. From the medical records, which are well kept, we learn that there eighteen patien s—seven males and eleven females—at present taking medicine; and that in the interval of nearly sixteen m inths since the last visit, six men have been secluded for periods amount- ing altogether to sixty-two hour-, and five women for sixty-seven hours. The Chaplain (the Rtv. L Lewis) speaks highly of the good behaviour of the patients during divine service, and adds" The musical portion of the service continues to be much appreciated by the patients, many of whom join heartily in the singing. The Welsh are naturally fond of music, and it is often very touching to notice the effect produced upon some of them by the singing of one of the old Welsh hymn tunes. The plaintive JJJ 1 > 'y seems to touch a mysterious chord within them and the old familiar tune, in which they had been accustomed heartily to join in chut ch or chapel in early life and hapier diy*, once m')re awaki-ns up within them, for a time at least, a spirit of adoration and praise." We have much p easure in commend- ing this interesting report to the attention of oar readers. ROSSETT SALE.—Messrs Baugh and Jones had a good show of beef, veal, mutton, and lamb at their Ross-tt sale, on Monday last, and all realized excel- lent prices. BYLCHAU.—A LARGE DUCK EGG. The other day a duck's egg was found here, which measured over the psints top and bottom 81 inches, round the middle 7? inches, and weighed four ounces. No doubt it was a double-yolk e?g. CHIKK VOLUNTEERS. En-ign Barrat, of the 7th Denbigia (Chirk) R fle Volunteers has received irom the Board of Examiners in Liverpool a certificate of prfieiency m drill. This is the first officer in the battalion who has passed the necessary examina. tion. DOLGELLEY--DEATH OF OLD DOCTOR EVANS. -In our obitua-y this week we have to insert the death of one who was dearly beloved by all who Knew hina-that of Lewis Evans, Esq., surgeon, of this town, in his ripe old age of 91 years. The mortal remains were conveyed to their last resting- place on Friday evening, it being a public funeral, and a veiy ]ar"e concoarse of friends and relatives paid the last tribute of respect to his remains. He leaves a son and several daughters to mourn his loss. PETITIONS TO PARLIAMENT.—During the week i he following petitions have beeu presented: against the new Licensing Bill-By Mr Ormsby Gore from Oswestry by Air atkin Williams, from Denbigh by Sir John Hanmer, from Gieenfield and Holywell, in favour of the Permissive Bill by Mr R. Davies, from Amlwch and Llanerchymedd, and by Mr Jones earry, from Aberdtron. In favour of Woman Suffra.-e -by Mr Hoi and, from Dinas Mawddy, and by Mr Watkin Wiiliaxs, from Denbigh. BWLCHGWYN.—SCHOOL INSPECTION.—This new school was examined for the first time by her Majesty's inspector, Rev, H. Smith, on the 23.,t of March last. The report has come to hand, from which we find that 100 per cent. passed in reading, »b in writing, and. Ha in arithmetic. All were pre- seuted that were eligible and in attendance on the day of inspection. The average attendance for the year was 81, and the grant £ 44 8s. The above facts will undoubtedly be haded with satisfaction by the managers and parents of children. We extract the following from the report This school has niaae a very good start in a neighbourhood where a school was much wanted. The instruction, considering the time the school has been at work, is creditable. Religious knowledge has been imparted with care in the higher classes. COMMISSIONS.—Merionethshire: W Casson, Esq., to be deputy lieutenant.—Cheshire 1st Royal M ilitia: To be lieutenants, E. H. Moss, gentleman; A. Potts, gentleman. Her Majesty has been graciously pleased to accept the resignation of the cjmmission held by Lieutenant G. H. Mundy. Earl ot Chester's Yeomanry Cavalry S. H. Sandbach, gentleman, to be supernumerary cornet. 2nd Administrative Battalion, R.V, C. Brown, gentleman, to be honor- ary quartermaster. Lancashire 2nd Dake of Lancaster's Own Militia: C. Lieming. gentleman, to be lieutenant. 7th Royal Militia: W. H. Ivimy, Esq., late captain 60th foot, to be captain. 8th A.V.C. H. Mapleson, eentleman, to be first lieu- tenant. 15th A.V.C. First Lieutenant C. R. Jones to be captain. To be first lieutenants, second lieu- tenants H. A. Jones, C. Sutton. 6th R.V.C. En-isjn R. D. M'Kellen to be lieutenant. 27th R.V.C Captain T. Hesketh to be major; Lieuten- ant J. Arrowsmith to be captain; Ensign H. Caarlton to be lieutenant; G. Hesketh, gentleman, to be ensign. 37th (b) R.V.C.: C. F. Preston, gentleman, to be lieutenant, vice Butler, resigned. 60th R.V.C. A. Spencer, gentleman, to be lieuten- ant.—Memorandum Her Majesty has accepted the resignation of the commission held by Lieutenant W. Y. A. L. Sedgwick in the Royal Flint Militia. FLINT.—PETTY SESSIONS.—These sessions took place on Monday, before E. Bate and T. Lewis, Esqrs. Drunk.—The following persons were fined for being drunk and riotous :—Richard Jones, for being drunk in High-street, on Good Friday, 2s. 6d-, and )s. costs James Hogan, on the 24ch of April, in Castle-street, 2s. -6d., and 9s. eosts; Thomas Evans, on Saturday last, near the railway gates, Is., and 9s. costs Owen Johnson, on the previous morning, 2s. 6d. costs Patrick Farrell, at the same time, Is, and 9s. costs; and Michael Waters, in Mount-street, at 11'30, on Sunday morning. The The last-named defendant did n jt appear, and a sentence of fourteen days' imprisonment was passed upon him, he having been several times previously convicted. Obstructing the Highways. John Manley, of Gwernaffield, was charged with having obstructed the public highway by leaving a horse and cart unattended. P.C. Baxter said the vehicle blocked up the road for twenty minutes, but defend- ant asked for an adjournment, in order that he might produce a witness to prove that he was not absent more thin two or three minutes. Case adjourned for a mouth. Short Weight$.—Benjamin Jones was charged with having a pair of scales two ounces against the purchaser. Mr Supt. Thomas, inspector o! weights and measures, proved the case, and defendant was fined Xl and 9s. costs. CONCERT AT BETHEL CHAPEL, MINERA.On Monday evening, the 1st inst., a concert was given by the Coedpoeth Vocal Union, under the conductor- ship of Mr S. Pickering. Mr r. Pickering presided at the harmonium, and Mr W. Jones, Vron, occupied the chair. The following was the programme ot the evening :—Glee, PI/r wyt ti wen y wawr," choir song, Y gwanwjn mwyn," Mr J. Evans; quartett, Y ffynon ger fy mwth," Mr Pickering an I party; song, "0 tyred, Dafydd anwyl," Miss E. Hughes; dee, "Mai," choir; song and chorus, C ywch y floedd, fechgyn," Mr R. Evanr; duett, Y garreg ateb," Messrs P,ckering and Hughes; glee, Ar don o flaen y gwyutoedd," choir; duett, Uould a man be sicure," Messrs Pickering and Griffi/ns; soug, "Pistyll y peutre," Mr J. Rogers glee, Yr haf," enored, choir; song, "Mae nghalon yn Nghymru," Mr R. Rowland; glee," Canig y clych. au," choir, encored; authe-n, Teyrnasoedd y ddaear," choir; trio, "The name of J eus," Messrs Pickering and party; anthem, Gwyn ei fyd a ystyria wrth y tlawd," choir solo, Love sound, the alarm, Mr S. Pickering; part song, The Marseillaise," Mr Pickering and party; song "Tne Newfoundland dog," Mr J. Griffiths; song, Bryn- iau y grug," Mr S. Hughes; ciiorus, "The Lord gave tue word," choir j churus," Hallelujah," choir. Alter a vote of thanks was given to the chairman and choir, the meeting terminated. LLANRHAIADR. FIRE BRIGADE DRILL.-On Tuesday evening the corporation fire engines of Denbigh and Ruthin, with their respective brigades met at Llanrhaiair, the former being under the command of Lieutenants M. Smith and Hardwicke, and the latter under Captain H. G. Joyce and Lieut. W. Green. The engines were backed to the stream, both were well tested and handied satisfactorily by the men, every person engaged appearing to know his drill well from the beginning to the end of the work, which, although of a wet nature, has a pecuhar charm somehow to make it pass very pleasantly. "We were well wet outside—and inside," was the report of a jolly pompier, of Denbigh, of their last drill under the eye of their i jrmer worthy ofifcer, Mr Evan Davies, King's Mills. Captain Joyce, on the other hand, gave his crew a rousing supper about the same time at the Castle Arms, Ruthin. But we believe, independent of the junketing excitement, both brigades are animated with the true esprit de corps of th service. I On the present occasion, alter folding up, tuey adj iuri.ed to the inn, and very friendly pledges were exchanged between them of mutual assistance promptly rendered, in the event of any dire calamity of fire occurring in the district. This certainly is as it should be, for we remember a great fire burning, and when another engine from a distance arr.ved, it was owing to presence of mind almost that they (the new ponpiers) had not their noses taken off. Bat then, that was not in merne Denbighshire. LLANGWYFAEN. THE FUNERAL OF A SwEET SINGER-Tile luneral of Miss Gwendoline E. Jones, who died on Thursday, the 27th ult., at Llangwyfaen Rectory, took place at Llangwyfaen church on Tues- day ]sA, the 2nd instant. As the funeral was a public ono, and announced to take place at half-past six in the evening, for the convenience of the neigh- bouring poor, the attendance was very numerous and respectable. Deep sympathy was felt in the early death of one who had given pr jmise of great merit in her loved art. The deceased young lady bad been in one seriaus railway accident, and was ( some time ago thrown from a horse on the Denbigh road, and taken into the infirmary for a short time. It was hoped that she was recovering health again, when head symptoms intervened, aud terminated thus fatally at the age of 23. The friends and I sympathisers were allowed to view the remains, I which lookeii beautiful in death. The coffin was I covered with a violet blue cloth, with a frilling cf white, and a white cross on the centre, and wreathe of white fringe. The pall was of the same colour, with deeper frilling of white. The body was borne to its last xesting place by twelve bearers im, mediately followed by the bereaved family and servants. The village choir accompanied, and the procession consisted of :—The Rev. L. Lewis, Rev. David Roberts, Rev. John Griffith, Mrs Griffith and the Misses Griffi, h, Mr and Mrs Williams. Glyn Arthur, Dr Turner, Dr Hughes, Mr A. S. WJstOIl, Mr Bockhardt, Mr Roberts, Llauganhatal, Mr Edwards. Mr T. J. Williams, High-street, D -ubigh Mr T. Huhs, Miss Hughes, Mr Robert Foulkes, draper, Va!e-street, undertaker, &e. The procession, which formed at the house, walked round by the road to the churchyard at seven o'clock. The choir sang, sevei-al hylillls an the way up, the voices of the choristers sounding with touching effect. At the entrance of the church porch, the Rev. Griffith and the Kev. D. Roberts read the services. The little church wa- quite filled, and deep grief was man- i ested. The grave was prepared at the north-east cJrucr of the sacred edifice, under a spreading yew tree, at which the Rev. David Roberts completeii the tuneral service, when other appropriate hymns were sun? by the choir, and wreaths of white blos foms were laid in the tomb. It was a beauti ul evellina Aft th was So eau I u evening. After the gentle rain a very rich sunset ghon ? °l the qui?-t, bautiful spot, and which was 0 fe mo»t tou.lung as the closing scene on V T r ,? bad been so bright and ?°reeaMe Lerself m her hietune. been so bl'ight and a;;reeable LLANGANHAF AL,-N UPTIAL REJOICINGS.—The marriage of Edward J. Williams, E-q, of Glyn Arthur, to Mrs Griffith, Hough-green, Chester,which took place at that city on the 27th ult., was cele- brated in this district, where the bridegroom's family are much respected, in a hearty manner. A committee of well wishers, headed by Mr John Jones and Mr Robert Jones, distributed tea to the Value of about X5 amongst the poor of the neigh- bourhood, and at a pleasant festivity drank the health of Mr E. J. Williams and his bride, wishing them every happiness. The bells were merrily rung all day. SUDDEN DEATH OF A QUAKER ON A RAILWAY IN NORTH WALES.—An inquest was held on vVedn«sday afternoon, before the county cjroner ef Carnarvonshire, at Bangor Railway Station, upon the budy of Richard Griffith, aged 30, who died the previous evening in a railway van between Carnar- vou and Bangor. The deceased was a member of the Society of Friends, and was at one time, and until some few mouths since, engaged as letter carrier, by Messrs. Inman, of Liverpool. His health failing, he was sent by the Society of Friends to the neighbourhood of Dolgelley, and having somewhat recovered, he obtained a situation as cleaner at Holyhead Railway Station. He was on his way to Holyhead on Tuesday evening, and rode in tle van of a goods train from Carnarvon. Oa the arrival of the train at Bangor it was discovered that he was dead. The jury returned a verdict of Death from natural causes." The deceased was a native of Liangollen, and unmarried. COEDPOETH. POST-OFFICE. -A large and. in- fluential committee was held in the flechabite tent- room on Tuesday evening, for the purpose of taking steps to secure the transfer of the post-office from tne Adwy to Coedpoeth. It is a well-known fact that the post.office is situated at present in the out- skirts of the neighbourhood, convenient only to the few, while the great majority of the inhabitants nave to suiter the greatest inconvenience. The following resolution was unanimously agreed upon at the meet-tig: That this committee is of opinion that tHe post-office should be removed from its present situation to a more central and con- venient place-viz., to Coedpoeth and that a public meeting be ealled on Friday night, for the purpose 01 ascertaining the opinion of the public in general." We trust that the ratepayers will endeavour to bring this object to a successful issue, and that the benefit of the many will overpower the interest of the few. A memorial to the Postmaster-General would materially assist in this matter. POSTAL REQUIREMENTS ATBRYMBO.-Some twelve months ago telegraphic communication to Brymbo was to be completed in a short time. Mr James Howard, postmaster, anxious to render every ac commodatiou which the event would necessitate, altered his premises, evidently on the faith of au early execution of the work, but he and the public nave had to wait a little longer." To tolve the problem of "telegraphic communication" and "passenger trains" requires something more than even an astrologer, i'he good people of Brymbo, however, in these two instances have learut how to wait." On behalf of the rapidly increasing population of the Lodge, who have tor several years enjoyed tne boon of the delivery of their letters, we would call the attention of the postal authorities to the necessity of putting up a pillar letter-box, so as to render it unnecessary for a population in- habit, ng about one thousand houses to have such a long walk to post their letters. Tais facility should be acceded to such an important portion of the towship of Brymbo without much demur, and with better grace than the telegraphic and passenger ac- commodation. WHITTINGTON.—CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.— This place of worship having undergone thorough repairs and improvement, a very successful series of re-opening services was held on Sunday and Monday last. On Sunday morning the Rev. Henry Martin, of Welshpool, preached from the words found in 1st Peter, He careth for you." In the afternoon the Rev. R. Harper, Wesleyan. minister, of Oswestry, preached an edyfying discourse. In the evening the xCev. H. Martin again preached, taking for his text Juhn xlv., I am the way, the truth, and the life." In the morning and afternoon the congregations were very good, but in the evening the chapel was crowded to excess, many persons being unable to fiud raom, in the church. On Monday evening a public meeting was held, the chair being taken by Captain Paall, of Llangolien. A statement ofac- csunts was read by Mr. William Jones, jun., show- ing that the expense of the repairs would be about .£5ô, and towards this sum upwards of £ 34 had been collected. Addresses were delivered by the Rev. J. Watkins, the Rev. T. Gasquoine, B.A., the min- ister of Oswestry, Thos. Minshall, Esq., and Mr. D. C. Davies. The collections on Monday and Sunday evenings amounted to upwards of X& HOPE.—A vestry meeting in the Hope School- room was convened on Friday, the 28th ult., for the appointment o: two wardens or sidesmen to replace Mr Maddox and Mr H. Hughes, whose time cf office has expired, The worthy rector took the chair amidst a good assemblage for the occasion, when the accounts were produced.—Mr W. Jones, Hope village, and a late warden, rose to enquire whether the accounts, which he gave up unsettled, had ever been paid, observing when he became warden there was a debt of his predecessors which he had taken to, and that he had put everything in order, and laid out about < £ 40 in various things, in- cluding the collection plates. He then facetiously commented upon the remarks generally made upon the warden's dinner parties, politely insinuating that the universal opinion was that Bauting's system would have to be adicte4 by them.—Mr Aladdox read over the accounts, which Mr Jones expressed himselt satisfied with, although there was no vouchers produced.—Mr Maddox said be could produce the vouchers if wanted.—Mr E. Jones (Old Cunnuies) suggested the auditing of the charity accounts.—Mr Maddox read the accounts, expressing a wish that they might be inspected by all. One item was especially discussed respecting the bill of charge (150) by Mr George Manley-late a warden —tor a room at his house, the Bridge Inn, to dis- tribute the charity tickets. The Rector then chose Mr Dutton, Hope Hall, for his warden. Mr W. Jones proposed Mr Williams, Bryn Castle, for the parish warden, remarking that he was an oldgeatle- man who would look venerable in the warden's pew, and would maka a good representative for the parishioners—much more suitable than the young inexperienced mea, who are puffed up with the imaginery honour, without considering the duties and responsibilities the office requires.—Mr Wil- liams declined the honour. Several others were then proposed, amongst whom were Mr Bird, Mr Piercy, Mr Ritson, and Mr Edward Davies, Cymmau. Atter some deliberation all decided that Mr B.rd would be he right man. Mr Bird not ap- preciating thi-i, felt disposed to decline, but eventually was persuaded to accept it. A vote of thanks to the chairman concluded the business for the evening. We hear that legal proceedings have been taken against Mr Jones for payment of one of the church windows he put in, that the present wardens refused to take to.

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