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== LOCAL AND DISTRICT. 'V'V\.A.I' GOSSIPING GUIDE TO WALES.—l'he editions 01 tne Gossiping Guide to Wales, for 1878 (being the 24th and succeeding thousands) are now passing through the press. The Crown edition for this year will contain a coloured panorama of Snowdon. ST. ASAPH CHURCH CONFERENCE.—The full report of the proceedings at the St. Asaph Church Conference, which appeared in our columns, is now reprinted in pamphlet form, price 3d., or may be had by sending 3vjd. 2 in stamps, to the Publishers, Caxton Works, Oswestry. PETITIONS FOR LIQUIDATIONS.—George Steele, Onneley, Salop, innkeeper and farmer. Thomas Minshall, Llwynonn Mill, near Wrexham, miller and farmer Dd. Evans, The Lodge, St. Martins, Salop, grocer and pro- vision dealer. John Luxton, Llanelly, Carmarthen, general dealer. PARLIAMENTARY PETITIONS.—For the total closing of public-houses on Sunday, by Mr. Hanbury Tracy, from Machynlleth; by Mr. Samuel Holland, from inhabitants of Dolgelley, Bala, Trawsfynydd (two), Llandderfel and Llanycil, Llandderfel, Llanllwchllyn, Tanygrisiau,Glan'r- afoti Llawr-y-Bettws; by Mr. B. T. Williams, from Llanelly by Mr. Hanbury Tracy, from Hewtown by Mr. A. Walsh, from Llanbedr and Cwmdauddwr. In favour of the Sunday Closing (Ireland) Bill, by Mr. Osborne Morgan, from Wrexham, Dinmael, Penycae, and Cerrig-y-Drudion. In favour of a Bill to remove the Electoral Disabilities of Women, by Mr. S. Holland, from Llanfair-juxta-Harlech. For the repeal of the Con- tagious Diseases Acts, 1866-69, by Viscount Emlyn, from Llwyayronen and Llandilo. SatrE BALL.—The following were amongst the invita- tions to a State Ball given by command of the Queen at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday evening, May 22:- The Earl and Countess of Bradford and the Ladies Bridge- man (2), Earl and Countess Brownlow, Earl and Countess Grogveuor. the Hon. Misses Grosvenor (2), Earl and Coautess of Tankerville, Lord and Lady Sudeley, Lord H. Vane Tempest, Lord and Lady A. E. Hill-Trevor, Lord Kensington, Mr. C. W. Williams Wynn, Lady A. Williaas Wynn, and the Misses Williams Wynn (2), the Hon. F. Bridgeman, the Hon. R. Stapleton Cotton, the Hon. Mrs. Stapleton Cotton, the Hon. C. R. Orinsby Gore, the Hon. G. D. and Mrs. Pennant, the Hon. H. Staploton Cotton, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Leighton, and Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Morgan. THE WELSH IN LONDON.—On the Thursday evening following the laying of the memorial stone, by Mr. David Davies, M.P., of the New Jewin Welsh Chapel, Bridg- water Gardens, London, the Rev. E. Herber Evans, of Carnarvon, delivered a lecture on Oliver Cromwell," at the South Place chapel, Finsbury, on behalf of the Kings- land-road Welsh Congregational Chapel Fund. Mr. Morgan Lloyd, M.P., occupied the chair. The lecture without containing much that was new, was full of points told with the quaint eloquence for which the lecturer i-s famous. Mr. Evans gave a tolerably minute account of Cromwell's life, and defended his memory against the as- persions thrown on it, and concluded with the lessons that were to be deduced from his life for our present benefit. The usual vote of thanks to the lecturer were proposed by Hwfa Mon, and seconded by Mr. Hugh Owen, and to the Chairmaii, by the Rev. Herber Evans and the Rev. R. L. Thomas, and after a few words of ac- knowledgment from both gentlemen, the meeting came to a close.

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