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    to the blue sky above and the dark waters of the lake benaoth. There is a mountain road from Gwydir Castle, just beyond Trefriwv and above Laurwst, leading to Capel Curig, which givds the most lovely views of Welsh hill Subscribers-only content

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    monumosts, and tablets. After breakiast we started for Bettws-y-Coeo, which is five miles from Lisurwst, passing on the way Gwydir Castle, once tbe home of Sir John Wynne, tie historian. Bettws is ssid to be " the most eharimingly situated Subscribers-only content

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    two lines of railway, which ace now before parliament. The Iih quarry is bold from Lord W~yloughby d'Eresby, of Gwydir Castle, on a H long Lease, at a nominal rent. The unprecedented and daily increasing y deadfrsae n lbbt thm Subscribers-only content

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    of T.R.H. the Duke and Duchess of York to Gwydir Castle, Llanrwst, the Welsh residence of the Earl of Carrington, is fixed for April 24th. This week and next their Boyal Highnesses will be in Inland, where they will spend Subscribers-only content

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    or two line* of railway, which are now before Parliament. The Quarry is held from Lord Willongbby d'Eresby, of Gwydir Castle, on a long lease, at a nominal rent. The unprecedented aud daily increasing demand for Slates and Slabs, both Subscribers-only content

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