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+ ASSEMBLY ROOMS. A concert was given at the Assembly Rooms, on last Thursday evening, under the patronage and presidency of Capt. Pryce, of Cyfronydd, for the bpnefit of the widow and orphans of the late Samuel Daniels, engine-driver on the Cambrian Railway, who met his death through the recent dreadful accident at the Caersws bridge. The following excellent programme was put forth for the oc- casion :—Glee, Hail smiling morn," Miss Hughes and party; song, "Ye Banks and llraes," Mr J. W. Rogers; trio, "Fair Flora Decks," Messrs. Hughes, Samuel, and James; song, "Beautiful Isle of the Sea," Mr W. Morgan solo (flute), La Tralata," G. J. Williams, E«q., accompanied hy Mr Inglis Bervon quartette, Now Pray we for our Country," Mr W. Samuel and party SOllg," Janet's Choice," Miss Hughes, accompanied by Miss Tre- wthan; duet, "What are the wild waves saying," Miss Morgan and Mr W. Morgan song and chorus, '• Y Fwyalchen," Mrs Trevethan and party; trio', 11 lied Cross Knight," Mrs Trevethan, Hughes, and Edwards; pennillion singing, by Mr Charles James; "ong, Home they brought her Warrior Dead," Miss Johnson, accompanied by Miss Trubshaw; quartette, "O! it is Pleasant," Miss Hughes and party; song," Poor Shepherd Maid," Miss Jooes; song, Mother kissed me in my dream," Master R. S. Hughes, accompanying himself on the piano- forte; finale, "God Save the Queen." The programme was carried out in the most satis- factory manner, many encores being responded to in compliance with the wishes of a most respectable and well-conducted audience. The president of the meeting, Capt. Pryce, opened the proceedings in a very graceful and appropriate speeob, during the delivery of which he was frequently and deservedly applauded. We are happy to learn that the concert realized £15 5s. over and above all expenses. Mr Charles Mason, the proprietor of the Assembly Rooms, generously declining to receive any payment for the rent or lighting of the Concert Room.

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