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An address delivered in Wales, October 5, being the centennial anniversary of the municipal organization of the town; with additions to January 1. To which is annexed a "Roll of honor," being a catalogue of the names, etc. of soldiers from this town who served in the late civil war Item PreviewPages: An address delivered in Wales, October 5, being the centennial anniversary of the municipal organization of the town: with additions and extensions upon some matters needful to bring the history of the town down to January 1, to which is annexed a "Roll of honor," being a catalogue of the names, etc., of soldiers from this town who served in the armies of our governmemt [sic] in.
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Absalom An address delivered in Wales. An Address Delivered in Wales October 5 18 by Absalom Gardner. Incumbents. Prince of Wales — Albert Edward; Princess of Wales — Alexandra; Events. 5 January — The Festiniog Railway officially opens to passengers, the first narrow gauge railway in the British Isles to do so.; 14 January — An American Confederate paddle steamer, Lelia, sinks off the north Wales coast, with the loss of eighteen lives.; 1 February — The Vale of Neath Railway is Centuries: 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st.
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