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CHEPSTOW.

ABERSYCHAN.

GARNDIFF AITH.

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GARNDIFF AITH. FORESTERS' ANNIVERSARY.—The lodge of the ancient order of Foresters meeting at Host and Brother Rees Jcnes's, of the Hanbury Arms Inn, held their annual. feast on Monday. Headed by the Abertillery brass band, and with twenty-six members mounted on horseback, decorated in the picturesque Robin Hood style, they marched (about 150 strong) through Abersychan, calling at the residence of Joseph Williams, Esq., and at Mr. Richards', White Hart Inn, and afterwards marched back, calling upon Edward Jones, Esq., of Rock Villa, to their lodge-room, where they sat down to a dinner served with good taste, and abundant in quantity, by Host Jones. After dinner a pleasant evening was spent, the speakers advocating and dwelling upon the advantages of this and kindred societies. The chair was taken by illr. Charles Herbert, who was ably supported by Brother Jacob Wil- liams, C.R., in the vice-chair. This lodge now numbers 170 members, and its funds are, we believe, in a prospe- rous state.

MONMOUTH.

LLANG0 YEN.

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