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Housewarming at North Parade

Source: Cambrian News 13/02/1869       Date: 1869
Copyright:       Type: Newspaper

ABERYSTWYTH. HOUSE-WARMING SUPPER,On Monday evening last about sixty of the friends and well-wishers of Mr Robert Humphreys, Duke of Wellington Inn, North Parade, sat down to' an excellent supper, provided by the worthy host in capital style. The chair was occupied by Mr John Hughes, and the vice-chair by Mr Robert Rees After ample justice had been done to the viands, the cloth was removed. The usual loyal and patriotic toasts were proposed, and were followed by the health of the host, with hopes that he might succeed in his new undertaking. Song, toast, and sentiment were then the order of the evening, and the time was very pleasantly spent.
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Duke of Wellington , 50 Bridge Street/North Parade, Aberystwyth (exact location uncertain)