See also:town and
See also:parliamentary and municipal
See also:borough of Denbighshire, N .
See also:Wales, 11 m . S.S.W. of Chester, with stations on the
See also:Great Western railway, and on the Great Central railway, 202 M. from
See also:London . Pop . (1901) 14,966 . " One of the seven wonders of Wales " is St
See also:church, of the 14th, 15th and 16th centuries, with a panelled tower of several stages erected between 15o6 and 1520, and containing ten famous bells
See also:cast (1726) by Rudhall; the interior is Decorated, and has two monuments by Roubilliac to the Myddletons . Wrexham is the seat of the
See also:Roman Catholic
See also:bishop of Menevia, whose
See also:diocese includes all Wales except
See also:Glamorganshire . The endowed
See also:free school was established in 1603 . The markets and fairs are
See also:good, and the ales, mills (corn and paper) and tanneries locally famous . Brymbo
See also:Hall, in the neighbourhood, is said to have been built from a design by Inigo
See also:Jones, as were probably Gwydyr
See also:chapel (1633) and the Conwy
See also:bridge (1636), both at Llanrwst . Erddig Hall was noted for its Welsh
See also:MSS . Near Wrexham, but in a detached portion of Flintshire, to the S.E., is
See also:Bangor-is-coed (Bangor yn Maelor), the site of the most
See also:ancient monastery in the
See also:kingdom, founded before 18o; some 1200 monks were slain here by 7Ethelfrith of Northumbria, who also spoiled the monastery .
Bangor-is-coed was probably
See also:Antoninus's Bovium, and the Banchorium of
See also:Richard of Cirencester . Wrightesham was of Saxon origin, and lying E. of Offa's Dyke, was yet reckoned in
See also:Mercia . It was given (with Bromfield and Yale, or Idl) by
See also:Edward I. to
See also:Warenne .
WRESTLING (O. Eng. wrcestlian)
CARROLL DAVIDSON WRIGHT (1840-1909)
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