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HAVERFORDWEST COUNTY COURT.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

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N A R B E K T H. WESLEYAN SUNDAY SCHOOL.—The anniversary ser- vices in connection with the Wesleyan Sunday School were held on Sunday and Monday last; the Set mons on the Sunday were preached by Mr Ormond, of Haverford- west. There was ti good attendance and the collections were in advance of former years. On Monday the chil- dren were invited to take tea with the teachers and friends and the goodly number present seemed to etjoy them- selves thoroughly. The day was completed by a public meeting held in the chapel at seven o'clock, presided over by the School Superintendent, Mr J. P. Hitching, and addressed by the RevEdwaard R. Edwards, and Mr Burt, one of the senior teachers. The services on the whole have been such as to inspire us with hope and encourage- ment. A few select pieces, prepared for the occasion, were sung with spirit by the children under the superin- tendence of Mr George Dawkins, who presided at the harmonium. VISIT OF B. P. REYNOLDS, ESQ, M D.-B. Phillips Reynolds, M.D., formerly of Narberth, bus recently returned from the United States, on a visit to his rela- tions and friends at Xarherth. Dr Reynolds left this country for America somewhere about six years ago to become a member of the medical profession. He ac cordinglv entered the medical colleges and hospitals of the University of Pennsylvania. Alter vigorous appli- cation to the studies of his new profession, he in due time passed his examination as surgeon, and took the degree of M.l). Dr Reynolds then entered the army as assistant sarceon. In a few months be was appointed reg'mental surgeon, with the rank of major. On 'leaviric the service the Federal Government presented him with a medal and live clasps. Dr Reynolds then commenced the practice of his profession in Chicago, a city of 250,000 inhabitants. In this place he has won an exten- sive practice being compelled to employ two assistants. He is also city-physician and surgeon for severaf rail way [ and insurance companies. He has written several treatises on surgery, one of which, on the Eyo and the Eur.' has been well received by the medical profession of the United States. We are sorry to say that the doctor's sojourn among m is so short-professional duties pro hibitingalongstay. He has just returned to his home in the New World.

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