Ladies (Newspaper) - June 15, 1872, London, Middlesex No. 12.-Vol, I. JUNE 15TH, 1872. Registered for Transmission j Price By Sixpence Here Cambria opes her store of other And with maternal pride the page displays Dwells on the glorious and loves to trace From Britain's genuine kings her noblest THE beauties of Welsh are so and to those cities so novels that it is probable Wales will always as amongst artists it always has a favourite summer For such 1 we commend a most charming and attractive little spot in the Island of Unlike many known places of resort has * the prestige of old historical the quiet of poetical and loveliness of land as well as sea to recommend it to the notice It in the in of Welsh watering addition to the points already it can offer all the comfort and requirements of modern good sea hot and cold great and very excellent also whose mostly private making winter usually leave for a few months in mer season after placing their homes in an agent's hands to are capital well stocked with every useful and fashionable especially largest in has been brought into great note by the well-known who repOrt pen and ink portrait of the and obliging Welsh lady who presides in and over it. has often visited and portions of his best novels were written The old castle forms a prominent feature in the its low towers and extensive covered with stand boldly forth hallowed by time-mellowed There is the banquet not exactly for in the fair ladies and gay cavaliers of the and and and flirt upon its much after the same that the wellborn dames and brave nobles of Edward's time were wont to There is its but exquisitely designed which still bears its royal and the grand court yard before the hall within the inner which Sir Richard the owner of the castle and master of Baron kindly permits the on payment of a small entrance to use as a croquet The church of St Mary's parish is an object of particular interest to antiquarians on account of the various monuments contained in both chancel and by Sir R. Westmacott son I had the pleasure of and who inherited his celebrated father's love of all is considered exceedingly The English and are admirably conducted by the the Rev. J. assisted by two There is daily early service there ark also the usual week day ones on the appointed days as well as two English sermons on each I draw especial attention to this because friends of my writing to nave asked the Do you get an English service Sunday the impression amongst many being as Beaumaris is in the heart of the Welsh language and Welsh services must There are well-built in the town the Welsh character 129. Country is essentially dissenting in nature from all and I have heard some eloquent sermons in There is wise a very quiet little church at within a short walk of Beaumaris the four o'clock afternoon service is well attended by visitors in One of the chief features of the place this year is the new which the indefatigable mayor has succeeded in getting It is a great boon to the and steamers touch at it daily during the en route to arid fro from Menai Bridge to Tourists can come from all parts of England to which is the for and the a short from Bangor to Beaumaris is very Omnibuses leave the station twice a and the lies along the line of fine view of the Straits and of the chain mountains on the of throws open the sive and well-kept grounds of Baron Hill to public four days in each The walks through this charming domain are famous view from the terrace at the Crystal Palace is not to be compared in beauty to the one from Baron The changing light on the opposite shore gives never-ending variety to The villages of and mawr latter built the foot of * a bluff the former nestling in a romantic are very plainly Llandudno looked at from the elevation on which the seems as if its white houses just risen from the on a small slip of shore between the large and lesser Orme's two enormous while seaward various steamers and sailing vessels dot the * There is good boating at and wildfowl shooting in the proper As a residence it is a desirable place for people with large since there are very good educational There is a grammar with a most efficient head and assistant for and a really first-class school for young ladies in the The is so pure that the medical men of the neighbourhood complain it were not for invalid visitors they would have little or work to nevertheless it may be a comfort to know that if you do become a victim to any of the flesh is heir you have gentlemanly practitioners your There are several spots of great interest within walking and many more a few miles Puffins Island for It may well be called home of the for the birds of passage year after year to birds of the wandering whence is it ye come with the flowers of We may add to the above information by stating that tickets Tor are issued by the Great Western from Kensington and other stations the double journey at the following first class and second class 53*. These tickets are all available for one calendar Third class passengers are taken by all trains i 34j.