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    . RHYDDFREINIAD PRYDLES- I-F 71 OEDD. t LLYTEHYRAUI, ODDIWRTH AELODAU sEi. EDDOL GOGLEDD CYMRU. I' '- ' ' - ' ,Derbyniodd' y Parch. R. H. Morgan, M.A., Towyn, 1 ysgrifenydd Cymdeitbasfa y Gogledd, y llythyrau can. lynwl oddiwrth yr Subscribers-only content

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    ELECTION DETAILS. ELECTION DETAILS.I II THE METROPOLITAN DISTRICTS. lDotaaO.-The nomination took place on Wednesday, and the election on Thursday. The candidates werenine in nunmber, viz. :-Lord John Russell, Mr Pattison, Baron Rothschild, and Sir George Larpent, Liberals; Messrs M[asterman, Subscribers-only content

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    NORTH WALES LIBERAL DEMONSTRA-| TION. - I d VISIT OF MR. CHAMBERLAIN. ot e A North Wales Liberal demonstration, in support of the co Government and the Franchise Bill, will take place on the - 18th and 20th of Subscribers-only content

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    WEST, Frederick Richard (1799-1862), of Ruthin Castle, Denb.

    proved in St. Asaph, 9 Aug. 1862. He left mortgage incomes and shares to his daughters and bequeathed his Hampshire estates in trust to his second son William Cornwallis West (1835-1917), who in 1869 succeeded his brother to Ruthin Castle.

    GRIFFITH, John Wynne (1763-1834), of Garn, Denb.

    GRIFFITH, John Wynne (1763-1834), of Garn, Denb. Constituency Dates Denbigh Boroughs 1818 1826 Ofifces Held Burgess, Denbigh 1784, councilman 1794, alderman 1803, 1806, 1819; recorder 1817-d. Ofifces Held Capt. Denb. vols. 1798, maj. 1803; lt.-col. centre regt. Denb. militia

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