I EXETER ELECTION. I I [By Electric Telegraph.] I EXETBR, Thursday night.—The poll commenced this I 1 morning, and a severe contest elided in a victory for the Conservative candidate, by the narrow majority of 23, I the number at the close being- ) Lord Courtenay 1,071 I Mr. Coleridge 1,048 1
I THE DANO-GERMAN QUESTION. I COPENHAGEN, August 2nd, 12 a.m.—The following are the preliminary conditions on which the armistice bvs been concluded at VieDna:—" Complete cession in Prussia and Austria of Holstein, Lauenburg, and Schles- wig, together with the Jutland enclaves, the town of Ribe excepted. The present occupation of Jutland by the allies to continue until the conclusion of peace. COPENHAGEN, August 2nd, 2.28 p.ro,—The President of the Council yesterday, at private sitting of the Rigsraad, mmunicated to the members that an armistice had been concluded at Vienna. A motion was brought forward to-day, supported by a considerable number of the members, to the effect tint the silence with which the announcement was yesterday reoeived should not be construed into an approval of the conduct of the Government. I THE PRELIMINARIES OF PEACE. BBBLIN, August 4th.—The Official StaaUanxiger ot to-day say—" The telegram from Vienna published in the Sptntrseht Zeitwng of the 2nd instant contains im- portant inaccuracies and erroneous statements respecting the armistice which are contradicted by official tele- grams. VIENNA, August 4th.-According to the Oat. Zeitung of to-day one of the paragraphs in the preliminaries of peace unconditionally grants to Austria and Prussia full liberty to dispose of the Duchies. I The Duchies are surrendered in their entirety without any reservation.
SALVEO PxDas.-At the present tible, when so many travellers, tourists, and sportsnwu suffer from tender feet, nothing will be found so soothing and efficacious as Salveo Pedea," a lotion for the feet,, which can be ob. tained of any chemist throughout -Ike kir f&om, aadof A. Sleigh, who manufactures it, at 13, Little Britain, Lon- don. fifcmple bottles, at IlL 611., are SP4 that the moot sceptical may teftt*it» virtue*.
BANGOR AND BEAUMARIS UNION. The fortnightly meeting of the Guardians was held on Weduesday Last, Mr. George James in the chair, which waa subsequently oocupied by the vice-chairman, Mr. Simpson. Present—Rev. John Senner, Messrs. Hugh Koberts, R. Williams, R. Jones, O. Hughes, W. Hughes, Joha Roberts, Hugh Hughes, and Robert Evans. A letter was read from the Clerk of the Featiniog Union stating that the Assessment Committee of that Union, for the last year, passed and approved of the valuation lists of the several parishes comprising this Union, but since the commencement of the present year the Assesrtineut Committee have recommended the re- valuation of several parishes by a professional valuer; but he was not able to inform them when the future valuation would be completed. Nuisance at Menai Bridge.-Upozi the representation of Dr. Thomas, Menai bridge, Captain Holt, the guard- ian for Llandysilio, was requested to enquire into the same. He reported this day, however, that owing to a return of lameness which had more or less confined him to his home for the last seven weeks, he had been un- able to visit the places enumerated. He also added that from the little information he had received he be- lieved there are many nuisances which should be re- moved, but he hoped to be able to ascertain the facts for himself on his return from Ireland. v Application for relief.-A letter was read from the Poor Law Board calling attention to a complaint ad- dreased to the Board by Mary Parry, Caermerddyn, Anglesey. She said she was a spinster, without father or mother, and was compelled to maintain an invalid sister. She had applied to the Guardian of the parish (Llangrietiolua) for relief, but was refused. The sum of 2a. weekly relief was granted till further enquiries were made.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL. DAVID ROBERTS begs to notify to Vi- Daitors, that he has removed from Denbigh House, Church Walks, to No. 3, Gloddaetb Crescent, where he has a large and commodious house, with Apartments to Let. SCHOLASTIC. MISS GRACIE respectfully informs the In- jyt habitants of North Vales, that she has taken the House Laven View, in Llanfairfechan, close to the Sea Shore, midway between Bangor and Conway, where she purposes conductinga. Young Ladies' Select Boarding and Day School; to Open October the 4th inst.. when she hopes, bv combining the comforts of home with the disci- pline of School, to merit a Share of the patronage of the surrounding districts. Prospectuses forwarded on application. Miss G. has for many years conducted a like establish- ment in the Isle of Man. ST. GEORGE'S HALL. THIS EVENING, AT 8. LAST PERFORMANCE OF THE QUEEN'S OPERA COMPANY. THE COMIC OPERA, ROSINE AND ISABELLE. Rosine Mrs. H. Drayton. Isabelle. Miss Jenny Carrol. Seapin. Vr. A..3talbyn. Crispin )fr. Pressick. Doctor Grant .Mr. H. Drayton. After which the BUFFO OPERA, DIAMOND CUT DIAMOND. Countess. Mrs. H-'Drayton. Josephine. 11 Victor Mr. H. Drayton. Oapt. Sanspeur «> » Simon »» SHOUTS OF LAUGHTER!! SIMON the CELLARER 11 And the great Comic Duo. WHEN A LITTLE FARM WE KEEP II Conductor.Mr. F. Stanislaus Admission-2. Is. and 6d. Doors open at Half-past Seven.
CARNARVON. BoRotroH POLICH, Monday, August I,-Before LI. Turner, Esq., mayor and O Jones, Esq. Jane Griffith waa charged with stealing wearing ap- parel. Grace Jones, a married woman living in Penrallt, said that she placed the petticoat produced, and other clothes, on Twtliillto dry. On going to collect the clothes she found that the,, petticoat and a child's flannel were stolen. P.S. Davies produced a black petticoat which he found on the prisoner in her mother's house. She said she had had it for years and altered it from a dress. The Inspector here said he should request a remand to enable him to bring forward four other cases. Remanded for a week Hannah Evans, a married woman, was charged with assaulting Mary Rowlands, another married woman, living in Mount Pleasant-place. Complainant said defendant took up a stone and threatened to kill her, and used the most disgusting language. Complainant's servant corroborated her mistress, and another witness also deposed to the same facts. An amount of filthy conversation was detailed by all the parties as having been used by the defendant, with threats deposed to. The Mayor said he had heard with regret an amount of filthy language from the lips of women, such as they were not accustomed to hear from men. Whether the defendant had used the language, or whether it had betSn invented for her, it was in the highest degree dis- creditable? to whoever used it. A slight assault was proved, and defendant's husband mn"t enter into his own recogniaauces for the sum of it 10 for her good be- haviour. John Jones was charged with an indecent assault upon his ntep daughter (the daughter of his deceased wife by a "former husband-a meie child.) Mr. Powell applied, on behalf of the prisoner, for a remand for a week, which the Inspector of police said would suit the prosecution also, owing to the absence of a witneea Nir. Powell alao applied for the prisoner to be admitted to bail. The Mayor enquired what custody the child would be in the interim if this were done, when her aunt came forward and said that she was now with her. His wor- ship said the police must take care that she be kept en- tirely free from being tampered with by the prisoner, and on that assurance being given, the prisoner was ad- mitted to bail until Monday next. An application was made for a renewed licence for public-house formerly kept on Seiont Hill, which wa i refused at the general licensing day last year. The court was of opinion that the statute did not con- template the renewal of a license under the circum- stances. HARBOUR TRUST. The monthly meeting of this important trust was held on Tuesday last. Present- Llewelyn Turner, Esq., imyor, in the chair; Messrs. J. Owen, Robert Williams, J. P. de Wiaton, H. Jonathan, Owen Thomas, and Rt. Owen. The accounts and vouchers were read and passed. A long discussion arose as to the improper uses of the pile pier by the Ferry steamer and the Harbour-mas- ter was ordered to serve notice on the captain, prohibi- ting him the use of that pier when there was water to go to the stone pier, and in default of compliance to summon him before the justices; and also to prohibit the anchorage of vessels in the Coed Helen gutter, there being ample room for them near the shore, and the pre- sent practice preventing the use of that entrance to the harbour. Mr. Owen Thomas called attention to the walling of the upper portion of the harbour, and the necessity of the trust looking to their interests, and preventing the monopoly of the ground by unauthorised persons. Mr. D. Winton enquired of the claims, and what the law was as to the shore-ground generally within the harbour. The Chairman said no law could be more clearly de- fined by the general law of the land, interpreted over and over again in the courts—the free shore (i.e.) be- tween high and low water mark, was the property of the Crown. In certain instances that property was narted with as by Grant, by Act of Parliament, the Statute of Limitation, and the like. In the case of the Carnarvon Harbour, the Crown rights were parted with to the Trustees of the Harbour by the Harbour Act, which had received the interpretation of two of the most eminent lawyers of the day-Mr. (now Baron) Bramwell, and the late Mr. Cowling, whose eminent position as a lawyer was lately the subject of judicial daoomiums. Mr. De Winton oaked if this applied to all shore ground in the harbour.. The Mayor replied that it did. A question was raised as to the erection- by private parties of anything within the harbour. The Mayor replied that this state of things was so- lemnly decided years and years ago in the north of Eng- land, when Lord Lousdale placed a fish weir in a posi- tion analogous to that of Carnarvon Harbour. The populace assembled in numbers and pulled it down, and several of them were indicted for so doing, but it was decided that they had a perfect right to do so. This was an old case, and any erection placed by private par- ties in navigable waters was subject to the same rule, which bad never been disputed. It was only authorised bodies that could erect anything, and that within certain restrictions. Several Trustees expressed their opinion that the harbour officers should look to the interests of the Trust, which the Chairman said was undoubtedly their duty The subject of Harbour Police was discussed, the Nantlle Co. having offeretl to pay half the cost, owing to the depredations committed on their property on the quays. The Chairman said he had no doubt the slate pro. prietors would pay the other half, as their property was destroyed to an enormous extent by theft and wanton breakage. Application was made to the Trust by the widow of the late Robert Harris, a harbour assistant, for a gra- tuity in ponseqtience of the sudden death of her hus- band, or payment for his services for placing the Fiteroy ugnals from time to time. The Chairman said the first part of the prayer could not be granted, as their own pockets were the places to apply to for charity. But as Robert Harris was only an extra servant, it was clear that he must often have been employed on the signals when not in the pay of the Trust, who were thus then obtaining his services gratis. He, therefore, suggested that the widow should be paid for these services; but that n) precedent should thereby be drawn for gratuities. Two guineas were therefore awarded.
CERRIG-Y-DRUIDION MAJORITY.—On the 29th ult, the elder son ot tile Hon. Richard Cavendish, of Thornton Hall, Stony, Stratford, Bucks, and proprietor of the Hafod Elwy Estate, in this parish, attained his majority, upon which occasion the bon. gentleman regaled his tenants with a substantial dinner in commemoration of the event, which was served up in first rate style by the respected landlord of the Lion Hotel. The tenants enjoyed them- selves highly, and expressed their regard for their land- lord and hopes were formed that the future heir might equal him in kindness and urbanity. In the evening, tea, cake; Ac., were further provided for the wives and children of the tenants, and after a day spent in perfect happiness and harmony the company separated for their homes, well satisfied with their day's entertainment. In gratitude for the kind consideration shewn towards them by their landlord-equally as to testify their loyalty towards the young and future beir-a large bon- fire was kindled on Bryn Hafod Llan, the highest moun- tain on the estate, which was kept burning all night, and was plainly perceptible at a considerable distance-
JOHN WILLIAMS, ——— 1 ht Old Ettnbliihtd FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY ESTABLISHMENT, LONDON PLACE, BANGOB, BEGS to draw the attention of his friends and patrons in North Wales to the large assort- JD ment of DINING & DRAWING ROOM FURNITURE, BEDDING AND BEDSTEADS, a IRON BEDS of all kinds, which he keeps in stock, and offered at as low a figure as that of any house in Uie luogoon. He particularly inviteh an inspection of a large stock of FEATHERS, CURLED HAIR (of the best -4u4tW7L- WOOLLEN and COTTON FLOCKS, which for purity are unmatched. If found not to be of the quality whieii J. w represents them to be, they may be returned. He has lately fitted up a large and commodious Room wnere in G- tensive assortment of IRON Beadateads may be examined. W OBSERVE-Shop and Show Rooms, LONDON PLACE; Workshop and Warehouse, OLD ..m ASSEMBLY ROOMS, DEAN-STREET. LLANFAIRFECHAN, NORTH WALES. TO be LET, FURNISHED LODGINGS, i_ containing 3 Sitting Rooms and 8 Bed Booms with 10 Beds. Apply to Mrs. Wynne, Bron-y-Maen. HOUSE AGENCY, CONWAY. PARTIES desirous of renting Houses in Conway, can apply to Mr. Evan Hughes, Market Gardener, near to the Old Castle. July 28th, 1864. [A CARD.] MR. STIVENS, L.D,S., R.C.S, Dental Sur- l. I geon, 14, Abbey Square, Cheater, may be con- sulted at Mr. Thomas Williams, chemist, Church Walks, Llandudno, every Monday, from 10 till 6 o'clock. VIEWS OF NORTH WALES. VISITORS to-CONWAY are respectfully in- V formed that they can Select from the largest assort- ment of Photographic and other views of North Wales by calling at W. JONES'S STATIONERY ESTABLISHMENT, ROSE HILL STREET (near the old Castle), CONWAY. MoBBELLS HOUSE AGENCY OFFICE, CHURCH WALKS, LLANDUDNO. HOUSES AND APARTMENTS TO LET. Houses. Sitting RoolDB. Bed do. Situation. Possession. 1 4 10 Facing the Sea Aug. 11th. 1 3 7 Do., „ 2nd 1 3 8 Do., 30thJuly. 1 3 9 Church Walks August 3rd. 1 2 4 Chapel Street 30th July. 1 3 10 Llanfairfechan 30th July. with Coach House and Stable FOR SALE. 2 Each 3 7 with suitable Office, Garden, &c.. Facing the Sea. For particulars apply to Mr. T. Moi-rell, House Ageit, and Decorator, Church Walks, Uandudno. FKEEDOM of WORSHIP in the NATION- -1 AL CHURCH.- tho alienation of the Working Classes from Public Worship is caused by the vicious ar- rangements of nearly all our Churches and Chapels. The date and origin of the Pew System is not ancient: it is not Roman Catholic, nor is it Protestant it took its rise nearly two centuries after the Reformation, in one of the darkest periods of the whole British History. Examine dai-keit t4 P:?ty (London) Churches, and a few benches up the middle aisle, or at the back of the galleries, constitute nearly the whole of the accommodation set apart for near- ly the the largest class of all -The WorkiDg Men and their Families. What wonder, then, if the mechanic en- tering such aChurch, and feling himself regarded almost as an intruder, resolves to go there no more ? It is not the re- solution on the part of a man not yet religious a very natural one ? The truth is, we have gone into the teeth of St. James' injunctions, and are now "reaping that which we have sown." The simple remedy is repentance and immediate restitutio)j.- The Record" Newspaper. Tracts and Papers against the Pew System may be had at 5, Dale-street, Liverpool. 1 jsBdiM m THROUGH BOOKING BETWEEN LLANDUDNO AND BANGOR, ALSO FROM RHYL AND ABERGELE. Commencing on Monday, June 20th. FOUR-HORSE COACHES. PER RAIL TO LLAN KW ST, THENCE PER COAC H, Via Betttes y Coed, the Swallow Water/alls, Capel Curig, The Vale of Nant Francon, and the Great Penrhyn Slate Quarries, allowing ample time for parties to visit the Britannia and Menai Bridges, before the Return Train leaves Bangor. TH; Public are most respectfully inform- T u P, that the PInNCE Of WALES FOUR- MORSE COACH, being the Original Coach on this much-admired Route, will run every day (Sundays excepted), during the Summer Season, from the BRITISH HOTEL, BANGOR. at 8 an). passing through BETHESDA, the GREAT PENRHYN SLATE QUARRIES, through the much. admired PASS OF NANT FIIANCON, along the mar- gin of the OG W EN LAKE, by CAPEL C URIG and the SWALLOW WATERFALLS, through BETTWS- Y-COED to LLANR WST, in time for the 12 50 p.m. Train for Conway, Llaudtidno, Abergele, Rhyl, Cheater, and London. Returns from LLANRWST on the arrival of the 12 15 p.m. Train, reaching the BRITISH HO I'EL, BAN coa at 4 40 p.m., in time for the Trains to Carnarvon holyhead, Conway, Llandudno, Rhyl and Chester. Through Tickets can be had at the Railway Stations at Rhyl, Abergele, Llandudno, and Uandudno Junc. tion. And Passengers must be careful t. explain, at the time of Booking, that they require Tickets fer the Coach Tour, to prevent mistakes. Through Fares Rbyl to Bangor, or First Class, Second Class Vice Versa J lie. 3d. JOII. 3d. Abergeleto Bangor, ) 10s. gj. -9b. 6d. or Vice Versa f Llandudno to Bangor,) 9s. 3d. Ia. fld. or Vice Versa ( Llandudno Junction ) to Bangor, or Vice ? 8e. 6d. M. $a. Versa ) The following Table will show the approximate time the Coach will be uassiug the different localities :— A.M. Rhyl per Rail .10 44 Abergele .10 56 Llandudno ..11 0 Llandudno June.11 35 P.M. Llanrwst (arn?).1215 UMrwat,—Victoria Hotel, (depar- ture).12 40 Bettwsycoed,-Royal Oak H<lteL. 1 25 Capel Cllrig,-The Hutet. 2 26 Bethesda,— Douglas 3 40 1 Anne. 340 B a D g o r,-British Hotet. 4 40 A U. Bangor,-Br i ti a h Hutet. 8 < Bethegda,-Douglm Arms. 9 t Capel Curig,—The Hotel 10 15 Bettwo yeoed,- Royal Oak Hotel. 11 < Llanrw»t> —Victoria Hotel 12 0 Llandudno Junction.1 30 N.B.-Trains leave Llanrwst for Llandudno Junction, at 12 50 3 40 and 6 25 p.m. (gjlV Parties leaving Bangor, can have 6 hours Fishing at Ogwen Lake before the Return COACH pastes. Performed by the Public's most obedient Servants, DEW & WILLIAMS. EAGLES HOTEL, LLANRWST. IIR. ROWLAND HUGHES, Proprietor' rnHE Royal Snowdonian Tourist Coach J? will leave the above Hotel every day (Sunday ex- cepted), after the arrival of the 12.16 train. via Bettws- y-Coed, The Swallow Waterfalls, Capel Curig, Pen-y- Gwryd, and the Pass of Llanberis, arriving at Padarn Villa Hotel, for Dinner, and Royal Hotel, Carnarvon, in time for the train leaving at 6 30 for Chester. The Snowdonian will leave the Royal Hotel, Carnaf- von every day (Sunday excepted) after the arrival of the 9.40 train, for Llanrwst, via Llanberis (Padarn Villa Hotel) Pass of Llanberis, Pen-y-Gwryd, in view of the famed Pass of the Vale of Nant Gwynant, to Capel Curig, Moel Siabod, TheSwallow Waterfalls, Bettws-y- Coed, arriving at the Eagles Hotel, for Dinner, tobich will be provided daily at 3 o'clock, for Victors and Tourists visiting the ancient town of Llanrwrt. Eagles Hotel, Llanrwst, Jnly, 186.. TO BE LET, for 3 Months or longer, Je- i spectably FURNISHED HOUSE, upon moderate terms. Apply, No. 4, Chapel Street, Llandudno. TO BE SOLD, a Semi-detached Villa Residence, con- i sisting of Drawing, Dining, and Breakfast R<H>IM, 7 Bedrooms, Servant's Hall, Kitchen, &c., a grod Oar- den, with room for erecting Stabltlll and t'oach House. Apply to Mr. W. Evans, Builder, Llandudno. LLANFAIRFECHAN. TO BE LET FURNISHKD, PENMAEN VIIXA, containing I Dining Room, Drawing Room, 5 Bed- roome, 1 Double Bedroom, commanding the moat beau- tiful and unrivalled scenery, and witbineasy aoeen to the Hailway Station—Apply to Mrs. Williams, Pal- maen Villa, Llanfairfechan. PENMAENMA.WR BUILDING LAND. W. p. AYRES, CONTRACTOR, &lc, HAS Several Piots of Freehold &Leasetwid UL Land to DISPOSE OF, with immediate paeMMMB. All the Plots command views of magnificent aomei-y. Particulars upon application to W. P. A., Agent for tt* Alexandra Hotel Company. Monutaio View, Peumaenmawr, August 6th, 1864. LLANDUDNO- ALEXANDRA HOTEL. J\_ PROPRIETOR-SAMUEL LILLEY, Brother to the late Sergeant-Magor Lilley, ImuettDas Dragoons. GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR GENTLEMEN AND PRIVATE FAMILIES, AT MODERATE RATES. N.B.—An ORDINARY Daily at Two o'cloek LEGERDEMAIN AND YENTEILOftTJIWf- MAURICE TEMPLETON, the Ventn!? 1 f 1. quiBt Md Northem Magician, gives hM wiqa* Entertainment every Monday Evening in the Baths .As- sembly Room, Llandudno, at a special request of a mot- her of influential gentlemen. During the Season be will also visit most of the towns of North Wales, duo notice of which will be given. M. T. had the honour of performing before Her Majesty at Windsor Castle, and is allowed to be the first Veatn- oquist in the United Kingdom. RHYL. CARTES DE VISITE. VISITORS to. Rhyl are respectfully request- I ed before having their Photographs taken toi) ex- amine T. Brown's SPECIMENS on the West Parade, asrf at the Establishmant, 73. Wellington Road. No Pbotogruphs illSued inferior to specimens exhibited. Cartes, 10s. the first dozen. 6s. the half dozen. We have never seen Photographs so clear and Hfe-Klfr Mr. Brown'L"-Wititehaven Herald. Price One Shilling ;-Post Free for 13 Stamj*- MARTIN'S REEK'S WANDERINGS IN WALBSL NEW EDITION, ENTIRELY REWRITTEN. WITH AX APPENDIX OP NATURAL HISTORY, A MAP, AND VIEW OF THE BBIDeE. Published by J. K. Docnus, at The AVortA Wabt Chronicle Office, Bangor. A Y GWIR YN ERBYN Y BYD.-Of 1ESTJ JUT* GAMWAITH. THE MEETINGS OF THE NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD, WILL BE HELD AT LLANDUDNO, On Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, .'PrfM, August 23rd, 24th, 25th and 26th, 1884, IN THE SPACIOUS PAVILION SPECIALLY ERECTED TO ACCOMMODATE 6,000 PERSON8. PRESIDENTS. lIst Day, W. BULKELEY HUGHES, Esq., Pbseoci. 2nd Day, The LORD BISHOP OF BANGOR. 3rd Day, J. WILLIAMS, Esq., Treffos. 4th Day, GEORGE OSBORNE MORGAN, Esq. VICE-PRESIDENT. Rev. J. GRIFFITHS, Rector of Neath. CONDUCTORS. 1st Day, GWALCHMAI. 2nd Day, GWRGANT- 2nd Day, CLWYDFARDD. 3rd Day 4th Day, Rev. E. STEPHENS. THE AWARDING OF PRIZES amounting to B400 and competition in Vocal and InshnmtnM) Music will take place on the Morning of each day. The Choirs and Bauds intending to compete most amd in their names, and pieces which they will sing and pàoy. on or before AuaUST 16th. IN THE EVENING CONCERTS OF NATIONAL MUSIC Will be given, for which the services of the following dia tinguisL?d Artistes have been engaged, viz VOCALISTS. Miss EDITH WYNNE (Eo. Cymru, PencerddesjL Miss KATE WYNNE (Llinos Gwynedd). Mr. W. H. CUMMINGS. Mr. LEWIS THOMAS. Mr JOHN OWEN (Owain Alaw Pencerdd). Mr. L. W. LEWIS (Llew Llwyvo). PENILLION SINGERK. IDRIS FYCHAN, EOS MON, AND OTHER& INSTRUMENTALISTS :-UARPB. Mr. J. BALSIR CHATTERTON (Prif Delynor Llocgrl Harpist to her Majesty the Queen. Mr. JOHN THOMAS (Pencerdd Gwalia); Professor of the Harp of the Royal Academy. Mr. ELLIS ROBERTS (Eos Meirion), Harpist to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. PIANOFORTE. Miss KATE ROBERTS, of the London Academy of Mnsio} Mr H. V. LEWIS, R. A. of Music. Mr. GEORGE OWEN, Llandudno. VIOLIN. Mr. E. W. THOMAS, Leader of the Liverpool Ptuttar- monic Society. CORNET-A-PISTOK. Mr EDWARD MATHEWS • An efficient Chorus has been engaged to assist condor tors-Pencerdd Gwiilia and Owiiin Alaw, Morning Admission-Reserved Seats, 4s. First CUs* 3s Second Class, 2s. Third Class, b. Evening Admit, .ion—Reserved Stalls, 5s. First Class, 4s.; Second CIaIw. 2s 6d • Third Class. 1&. Course Tickets—Reserve! Stalls, 25s. First Class, 21s.; Second Class, 12a. 6d. W The Sacred, and Secular Duet, Nos. 4 and 5 net being published in time, are withdrawn from csnjpeti- tioD. RAILWAY EXCURSIONS from all parts, retmmiDg&fLn the Evening Concerts THE FAIRY 8TEA 11 PACKET will leave Menu .Bndgo, eac.k morning after 8 o'clock, calling at Bangor and Beaumarc.. returning at 6 o'clock, p.m THE EISTEDDFOD PACKET will leave the Landing 8ts«et Liverpool, at 7 o'clock each morning. returning at SUM in and on Fridav, at 9 rfclock, p m. Refreslunentem board. Apply to Captain Williams, Sua Tavern, Bad Cross-street, LiverpsoL THE EISTEDDUOD PuBucATiows. Th f iiowi A have been published, and may be bad from R. Hoghes ««d Son Wrexham,No,land 2of Yr' Eutrddfod'tAeQnsr- terlv Journal of the Institution. No. 3 in the pram% &,ad will be ready September 1st, 1864, prioe Is. each. TW. Prize Cantata-" The Siege of H arlech," price 'ta Thii Cantata will be performed at the kisteddfod. The Prize Motett, price Is. A subject for competition aft. the Eisteddfod. The Swansea Chair A wd), A)bwt Dda," price 6d published by Mr. Gee, Denbigh. THE EXHIBITION.—Ladies and Gentlemen baviag Paintings, Carvinp, and articles of curiosity, whiå they desire to be exhibited, are respectfully requoM to forward the same, on or before August 18tb, la4, tp the care of the Secretaries. WM WILLIAMS, ) .°M?M?t*M?M*t-. JOHN WILLIAMF,,? ecntariM. N.B.—Office for change, and the issue of TkMy close to the Pavilion, Uwdudax
Penrhyn-house.Mr. Thomas Brett Mrs Embey. Monmouth Mifet Ernby. Hereford lrI Hind. Staffordshire Mies Cartridge, ditto Mr and Mrs Henry Hawkins, Barton on Trent Mrs R Hawkins, ditto Mr Mrs and Miss Brochton, Newark Mrs and MiMea Embrey, Monmouth Penmaen View Mr. J. Edwards, baker. Mrs Hunter, Somersetshire Hunter, E<q. ditto Mrs Gordon, ditto Misses Hiatt. Dymock, Gloucestershire Miss Webb, Moraston, Herefordshire C Howard King, Eaq. Newcaatle-under-Lyne King, do Miss Km*. do Louis King, do Master King, do Mill Kerairig, Bath Hoelle House. Miss Edwards Mrs Carlisle, London aud Miss 'vasuibou9e, Sheffield Noble Haley, Esq, Bradford J H Spink. Esq, d!tto A C fpink, Esq. ditto Mr White, ditto Miss A Harriet White, ditto Vernon-house Mr. D.Lloyd, Wine and Spirit Vaults. Paris-house..Miss Podmore, Milliner Gloucester House-I,irs. Meadows 6 N Cooke, 20. New Street. Berlin Repository, Bir- mingham Mr T Warner, Bramcote House, Nuneaton T Harding, ditto Mrs Hinde, Emscote, Warwick lUrmitigham Arms.. Mrs. J. Parr. Rev J and \1.. Stnbbs, Leamington Mrs Hinde, W,irwick I Mr Smith. Sheffield Misses Wilks, Coventry MrC Bristow, Oxford Walker, Birmingham Leicester House. Mr. G. Gough, Lapidary. Mr John Boyle Mrs Boy!e MrGoldstone, surgeon Holyrood-house.. Mr Pratt, mercer PI'ls Maelymjn.. Miss Owen. Beaufort House Mr. Bellis. Mr Varey, Manchester Mrs Varey, do Mr* N ithuiiiel Hill, Coventry Miss R Hill do E HiJI, do Mr Edwaid Challoner. Cheetham Hill Mr W and Miss S Hollier, Walton on Trent Miss Foster, Appleby, Alberstone Miss Wain, ditto I I Moelfra View Mr. G. Peters. Mrs Maberly and family, Blackheath, Kent Mrs Swattman, King's Lyun, Norfolk Mr A C Mabberly, Queen's Col, Oxford Bank. 2. Mr. W. Jones. Miss Jane Deiby.,i))ire, Manchester Sorbin Rewdloss, ditto Mr and Mrs Humphreys, ditto I Miss Phillips, Hereford Riss Keece, ditto Critchoii. Liverpool Gough, ditto MrC Nash, London .Mr. J. Jones grocer and flour dealer Harrington House Air. Price, Gas Manager Mr and Mrs John Holdsworth, London Mr and Mrs Morey and family, Chester I Mr. Patrick's Bazzar. Melbourne Howe. Mr. Bagnall, Painter. Mr. D. Henson, Lapidary. Misses Dewick, Ret ford Mr and M ra Jefferson. Melbourne, Derbyshire Biddle, ditto Coinpton, Couentry Prescot House Mr. R. Roberts. R B Richardson, Ikeston, Derbyshire Mr C SlIdl,ury and family, ditto G Bunting. ditto J Riley, ditto Burlington houoe.. Ni rs. Walker Mrs Robert Gough, Wem, Shropshire Miss Gough, ditto Miss E Lmney. Warwickshire S A Linney, do Matter G J Linney, do MJ-I J Bertie. Nottingham Wm Gilshap, Newark Mr and Mrs H Simpson and family, Nottingham Lantrfowne Villa..Misses Edwards. Mrs D;ky, Bidford, Warwickshire Miss Day. do W J Day, Esq, do Mrs Shipton, London Mrs Beverly and family, London Miss Binder, GI,'dho>l' Grove. Leeds W Smith Esq, Allerton Rail, Leeds Etl<il>a*lon-houne.. Mr. Middleton George Perton, Esq, Loudon Mrs Period Zion..English Baptist Chapel- Herefo?-d-homie. Mr. John Rowlands Mr and Mrs Corbet S Catty and family, London J Morphew, Hiehgate, ditto Boiavm Vaulta. Mr Sutton Victor- house .Mr. W. Jones Mrs Batmunan and family, Manchester Mrs and Master F Blayds, ditto Miss Tarry Bu>by Holland Master Hall Mr John Jones, Chemist Arron House.. Mr 0 Hughes Greenfield Heuw. Mr. J. Davies. Mr J C tsh, Coventry > C8h: do Miss Cash, do Mrs Walker, Leeds Miss Cash do Burton-house.. Milverton flouge Mi&% Elgie. Galloway House. Mr. Thomas Jones. Misses Loveridge, Lily Hall. Herefordshire Miss Smith, ivoodiiianton, do Mrs M G Bayliss, Ledbury Miss Bavliss, do C H L Smith, Eq. Herefordshire G W Griffiths. Esq, Worcester Mr G S Guy, Wednesbury Guy and family, do Mr S W Our do Alias Guy, Nottingham U- m 11: Cromwell liouse. mr- L. xaim Mr and Mrs Cox dud family. Birkenhead Cull House.M.r. W. Roberts Morfa View Mr. H. Williams, boot and shoe maker. Mrs Walter. Birkenhead Mrs and Miss t-owe, do Brynferd House. Mr. J. Owens, bakerand confectioner. Misses Wakefield. Wibtoft, Warwickshire Misses Browne. Liverpool Morfa Villa Mr. W. Williams, butcher. Mr and Mrs Peterson, Oxford Mr B:V W H Boffin Miss Lawson, Miss E L Lawson. and Mr C Lawson Miss Thomas and Miss Bulcus, Smethwick Mrs Law, Oxton Miss Ellerton, Clifton House, Birkenh, ead, King's Arm Wir. M. Williams Mr and Mrs Davies, Ashton on Mercy J Dickson, Esq, Birmingham John Dickson, Esq, do Alfred Dickson, Esq, do Arthur Dickson, Esq, do James Woodfield, Esq, London John Colman, Esq. do AVouio,qham- house Mr. White. The pslilts Mr.HfLyn, wine and spirit mer- chamt Tudno Viste. Mr. W. G. Roberts. Mountain Vino. OLD ROAD. Z*MM House.Mrs.Robejts .draper and grocer Ty-fry.Ilr W. Evans Mr Allwood, Coventry Mrs AUwood Master Allwood Miss Allwood Mrs Heusemaa, Yorkshire Mia E Lomax, Lichfield h. Lomax, the CIO", do Lollqtoll-houae..Mr R Williams, tinman and brazier Holywell House Mr Ward Clonmet House Mr Scott, dyer and confectioner M rs Dunford, Liverpool Mr T Dunford, do Miss Dunford, do Mrs Gunthorpe, London Miss Holloway, Bradford Mr Jeff. Lee Crescent, Edgbaston Mrs Jeff, do Annie Jeff, do Miss Jeff. do Master H 0 Jeff. do A Orruh C Brook, Huddersfield Kings Head Inn.Miss Davies. Mr Haley, Manchester Mrs Halev Mr Comeron Mrs Whitehouse, and party, Liverpool D Ellis, Tipton — J Whitehouse, do J E Fielden, Bradford W Parr, ditto Mr Welsh, Wolverhampton Mrs Welch Miss Putnant Mr W II Wood Derby T Clarke, jun, do E Clarke, do F H Stephens, Worcester T." Arewydd. Mr. C. Glassbrook, Painter. Mr Holdsworth, Handsworth Holdsworth, do Mr and Mrs Contes, Birmingbam Mrs Leybnurne. London Ty Newyd(l. No. I Mr. John Jones „ No. 2, Mr. R. Owen. Green-hill, No. 1, Mrs Anne Jones. 2, Mr. Kearnsy Plasterer Mr Delamaer. Wood Church Road. Cheshire Oroesonen Mrs. Great wood, (Private) Croesonen Cottage.Mrs. Leyland private Croesonen ucha. Mr. W. Jones. Lim,ynoti..C. S. Lemon, Esq. Private. Ty' nycoed..Mr R. Jones Mr H. Hughes PLAS ROAD. Mrs Jones Miss Williams, millener and bonnet maker plat Newydd.Mrs Rawling. Mr C T Pinches, Burton-on-Trent Mias Pinchea, Ealing Miss F R Pinches, do Ty CocA;.Mr. Atkinson, Builder and Plasterer. Miss Huntington, Birmingham Mrs Wraight, do Arvon Cottage.. Mr Graham. Private. TUDNO STREET. Brighton Home.Mr. Hay. Mr T Wilson. Manchester Mr and Mrs Cole, Rhrl 2 Mr. William Williams S ..Bolton House. Mrs Owen 4 Hill View, Mr. D. Hughes, The Misses Jenkins, Birmingham E D Edwards. Wrexham Mr Johnson, Wolverhampton 5 1. I Mr R. Jones, joiner Mrs Arnold, Uttoxeter Mr and Mrs W Pattinson, Coed Poeth, Wrexham Mrs West. Derhy Miss Belcher, do 6 Mr G. W. Powdridge Rev Joseph Nadin and family, Crewe Parsonage, Cheshire i. Mr. Peter Jones. Mr Beetle. Birmingham Beetle, do Miss Hurlay, do Mrs Miller, do Mr and Mrs Denick Miss I Pes, Wormhill, Buxton Miss Morton. do 8. I. Mr. B. Jones Mrs Matthews, Pattingham Miss Riddle, Albrighton Miss E Kiddle, do 9 Mr. Richard Jones, Mrs Moss, Ross Mr Llewellyn Moss, do Miss Athron, Birmingham Miss Gammon, do I Miss Parker, do 10 Mr W. Hugh-s, Painter. .Mr and Mrs Hall and family, Westbromwich Mrs Green. do 11 .Mr H Roberts Miss Barber, Coventry Master J N Barber, ditto 1 2 Mr Griffiths, Boot and Shoemaker Congregational Church. Shakspeare Cottage. Bryn Llewelyn. Rev. R. Parry, Minister of the Congregational Church. Bronheuloq Private. Wilberforce House.Mrs King. Private. Ordovia House.Mrs. Charlesworth, Private Centre Vale.M,r J. Jones Mr A W Fennell, Stourbridge Miss Collis, do Miss Downes, Handsivorth Mrs and Mi-s Goodwin, Manchester Mi9s Pre=cott, do Stansfield. do 1 Gloddaeth Terraee, Mr. Cobb. Mr Roberts. Staveston Miss Wise, Northamptonshire Miss Hall, do A Hall, do 2 Miss Hughes Miss L Lowe, Bridge House", Shrewsbury Miss A Lowe, ditto Min Agnes A Lowe, ditto Master F J Lowe, ditto 3 I. Irfre Owens Miss Grimes, Coventry Miss S Sutton, ditto Mrs and Miss Hodson, Dublin Plas Trevor.Fred. Drabble, Esq. Private Victoria Gardens.Mr Hewitson Acanthus House. Miss Hall TY GWYN ROAD. Mr T. Williams, dispensing chemist Mr. S. Leach. Mr IhllrhPrichard Plas Tirion.. Mrs. D. Williams. W G Johnson Esq. and Misses Johnson, Bedford MrsW H Beckett. Dyffryn Dulas Beckett, Fair View, Llandulas Miss Edwards, do Bryn Teg.Mr J. Rawling Mrs Allcock, Whalley Range Mr J Hall, Whalley Range Mrs- Hall and family, ditto Rose Hill Cottage. Rock VitZa. Mr. J. Hughes Private. Plas Tudno. W. H. Reece, gsq. Private Plas Ucha.Miss Jones TY ISSA COTTAGES. 1 Mr Griffiths, joiner Mra Morgan and family, Stonebridge, Worcestershire Mrs Davies, Llanrwst Mr and Mrs D Davies, ditto 2 Mr Richard Roberta Mr John Hunt, Alcester Mr and Mrs E J Chilley and family, Birmingham 3 Mr. R. Owen. slate merchant Mr and Mrs Jackson, Lincoln 1 Trevor Cottage. Mr. Hughes Captain Wallace and Lady Mrs Brereton, Stretford Mrs Woodfern, Stretford 2 Mr. James Thomas VAUGHAN STREET. Dinam House..Miss Parr Mr and Mrs 0 Stanistreet and family, Roek Ferry Miss Redhead, ditto Dowager Lady Halket and Miss Halkett, London Bothbury House—Mr. Linley, Rev D Fisher, Liverpool Miss Fisher, Great Ciosby Mr C Gonzalez, Terra de la Frontera, Spain P N Gonzalez, do P N lie Soto, Seville, Spain Mr and Mrs James McCardie, Edgbaston Mr and Mrs H Smith and family, the Hill, Stroud Miss Caeson, Edgbaston Mr Percy. Sheffield Grosvenor Howe Mr. R. Ellis. I Mrs Webb. Cheltenham Mr R T Webb, Cheltenham Mr and Mrs Chtistopher Godwin, Clifton Mr and Mrs W Miller, Edinburgh MrTandy, Dnbiiii Mi :,B CarRon, do Severn House.. Miss Weaver Mr and Mrs Septimus Bagott, children and nurse, Abberley House, Dudley Mr and Mrs John Rutland, Dudley Tudno Cagele Mr. R. Williams. Mr and Mrs Covernton and family, Knighton, Rad- norshire, South Wales Miss Humeri Santacaragle, ditto ditto Mr and Mrs Dunn and family. Chelrenham Mr and Mrs Walker and family, Wolverhampton Miss Walker. ditto Mrs Hollis, Cheltenham Miss Pitcher, ditto Orme's Head View.Mrs. Kyle. Miss Buttell, Worcestershire Lucy Buttell. do Mrs NorFnan, Wolverhampton St. George's Harbour Railway Station Life Bout Station. MARKET HALL, GLODDAETH STREET. 1. 2 John Owen, fowl dealer 3 Thos. Prichard, Welsh hosier 4. John Brooks, pastrv cook 8t confectioner 5.. John Homan, shell flower manufacturer 6 Mrs Anwyl. Welsh Tweed, &e. 7, 8. Meaddows, Fish, Poultry, and Game 9, 10 M. Costello, Fish Monger, St. John's, Liverpool 11. 12. Charles Jack son, Bazaar 1 3 John Hughes, Gardener 14. Robert Jones, Fruit Dealer 15,16. J Lund, Lanastrath (Victoria Gardens) Green Grocer, and Dealer in Game and Fowls. 17 18 James Crawley, dealer in baoon, cheese 19.Thomas Evans, Bazaar 20 W. Jones, butcher 21 Ed Itobertq. green grocer 2 2 Martha Jones, milli,ier and draper 23, 24 1 Williams, Butcher 25 W. Roose, Fruiterer 26 J. Chesterton, Bazaar 27 P- Price, butcher 23, J. Jones. butcher 29 Thos. Evans, dealer in cheese, bacon, lee. 30. D. Roberts, Butcher 31,32 Edward Owen, Butcher John Jones, Market Keeper. PRIVATE RESIDENCES, &c., Bryn-y-Bia.G. Felton, Esq. Private. Sl&imdt&-hi Mrs Sankey, Oaklands. Kent (Private Penrhyn.. Mrs. Phillips. Private. Bodafon.J. Williams, Esq. Private. Tan'rallt.Andrew Schofield. Esq. Private. Gloddatfib.. G. Walker, Esq. Private. I Bodysgalleu.M. D. Hollins, Esq. Private. Marle. W. Pilkington, Esq. Private. Pabo. Miss Whitehead. Private. Rhos Cottage, Tywyn..Private. Treganwy.J. Ll. Jones, Esq. Private. Bryn Dinarth.Jos. Radcliffe, Esq., Private Colwyn-house.Private. PwM-v-Craahon.Private.