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THE RAILWAY TO CARDIGAN.

THE ST. DOGMELLS BATTERY.

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THE ST. DOGMELLS BATTERY. A rumour having gained currency that the Bat- tery was to be removed, Mr. James Williams, Mayor of Cardigan, communicated with the Ad- miralty on the subject, and received the following reply:— Admiralty, 5th April, 1878. SIR,—With reference to your letter of the 29th ult., asking whether their Lordships intended to remove the Royal Naval Reserve Battery at pres- ent at Saint Dogmells, to Tenby-and stating that a memorial against such a step would be presented from Cardigan-I am commanded by my Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty to acquaint you that there is no intention of removing the Battery, as stated. I am, Sir, Your obedient servant, R ROBERT HALL. J. Williams, Esq., Mayor of Cardigan.

CARDIGAN COUNTY COURT.

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