Symud i'r prif gynnwys
Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

6 erthygl ar y dudalen hon



THE REPRESENTATION OF MERIONETHSHIRE. A gerteral committee of Mr Holland's supporters, from all parts of the county, was held at the Royal Ship Hotel, Dolgelley, on Saturday afternoon, the lit instant. The chair w*s token by Charles Edwards, Esq., of Dolseratt. Most satisfactory ac- counts were received from each district of the result of the canvass, and several resolutions were passed and ar- rangements made with resfpect to the mode of proceeding during the following Week. It was decided that a series of public meetings shall be held, commencing on Monday evening, the 3rd iristafct, at Festiniog Village Tuesday evening, at Blaenau Festiniog Wednesday, at 2 30 p.m., Aberdovey; Thursday, 2 30 p.m., Towyn, and at 6 30 S.m. at Aberganolwyn; Friday evening, Corwen Satur- ay, 2 30 p.m., Oorris Monday evening, the 10th, Bala Tuesday, the 11th, Dolgelley; and on Wednesday, the 12th, at Dieas Mawddwy. Mr Holland will attend personally at all these meetings. It is understood that gentlemen Well known in the county will be present at several of these meetings and amongst the names men- • tioned arte those of Mr Osborne Morgan, M.P., Mr Jones- Parry, M.P., Mr Watkin Williams, M.P., Mr E. M. Richards, M.P., Mr Morgan Lloyd, Mr John Roberts, Hope-street, Liverpool, the Revs. E. Morgan of Dyffryn, E. Evans of Carnarvon, Evan Jones of Corris, Dr L. Edwards, D.D., of Bala, and several others. On Saturday next a general committee will again be held at the Ship Hotel, at eleven o'clock, when further reports will be deceived, and arrangements made for holding a further series of meetings at Barmouth, Dyffryn, Harlech, Tal- :sarnau, Pennal, and other places, as far as time will allow before the election takes place. We may add that the re- ports received up to this time are exceedingly satisfactory to the liberal cause, as they are found to be even more satisfactory than they wore at the last general election.



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