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HAVERFORDWEST QUARTER SESSIONS.

HAVERFORDWEST PETry SESSIONS.

COL. EDWARUES, M.P., AND THE…

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EXEMPLARY BENEVOLENCE -T. R. Owen, Esq, of Foley House, haa again entrusted tile Clergy of the parish 01 Saint Thomas with the sum of three pounds for distribution among the poor at Chri>tmas The recipients desire gratefully to acknowledge this seasonable gift. SAINT THOMAS CLOTHING Cn B.âTt)e friends of thi' charity will be pleased 10 hear that clothing and shoes to the amo,unt of nearly sixty pounds have been pur- chased Ify the members of the club during the put month. A bontis of two shillings was allowed to each depositor. The suhscri tiers and members desire to thank Mr William James, of Hill Street, for his kind assistance in collecting the weekly payments and. keeping the ac- counts of the club. o BRITISH^SCHOOL, NEYLAND.-The Committee of the I MAKNCLDFCHOG SCHOOL.âOn the list ult., Mr and f^Vlrs Rarhsm, of Trecwn, gave the usual treat of tea and cake to the school children of this place. Upwards of one hundred children sat down to partake of the good things, which had been provided for them so kindly by Mr and Mrs Barham, who always remember the poor school children of Maenclochog at this time of the year. 'I he children recited several pieces of poetry and sang very creditably. After an address by Mr Walters, and a great deal of cheering and clapping of hands for their benefactors, the ch;ldren went home, highly delighted with their Christmas treat.

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