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CARMARTHEN.

THE WIMBLEDON REVIEW.

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THE WIMBLEDON REVIEW. The review on Saturday at Wimbledon, which ter- minated the Volunteer campaign of 1867, furnished a most brilliant military spectacle, and the number of visi- tors of every rank and class was beyond all precedent. The Sultan, riding a splendid white charger, was 4 the observed of all observers, who were able to get near enough to see anything; and amongst the other illus- trious personages present were the Prince 01 Wales, the Duke of Cambridge, the Duchess of Cambridge, the Prince and Princess Tock, and the Duke of Aosta. The evening closed in with heavy rain, to the great discom- fort and annoyance of many thousands who did not reach home, drenched and weary, before midnight. The Sul- tan was entertained at dinner by Earl Spencer, the pre- J' sident of the Volunteer Association, in a magnificent tent set up near the grounds of the noble earl'.¡ cottage, which is situated on the Wimbledon-common. <

DEPARTURE OF THE BELGIANS.

NAVAL REVIEW AT SPITHEAD.

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