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T E N B Y. CLIMATE OF TENBY.—On Tuesday last we were shown & ripe strawberry, gathered in the open air, on that morning, in Park House garden. POLICE COURT.—On Tuesday before tie Mayor, C. Allen, C. C. Wells W. Rees, Esqrs, and the Rev T. H,1 Dunn.—Richard Hawkins, horse dealer, was charged by Mr John Griffiths, Penally Court Farm, with stealing a horae from him, value P,23, on the morning of the 10th of October last. Mr W. V. James appeared for the pro- secution, and Mr Lewis for the defence. The Bench de- cided to end the case to the Quarter Sessions, bail being accepted for his appearand. AMROTH CASTLE. -SERIOUS ACCIDENT.—On Saturday last, the keeper at Amroth Castle met with a very serious accident when out in the grounds of the mansion. He had at the time of the accident a double barrelled gen- While on the look out for a cock his foot slipped and he fell, the pin of the gira happened to shake cut' and as he fell the barrels flew from the stock over his shoulder, one of the caps coming in contact with a stone the barrel went off. the whole of the charge entering his foot just at the ancle joint. Strange to say, although the bones at the point where the shot entered were re- gularly pulverized, the whole of the shot entered and remained within the fleshy part of the foot not a single shot having perforated the skin. The foot was taken off bv G. Chafer, Eoq, assisted by J. H. Hooper, Esq, and Dr Richards. We believe that the patient is progressing satisfactorily-. PRESENTATION TO THE REV T. BURDITT.—A purse of Twenty-five Guineas was presented to the Rev T. Burditt, by the congregation of South Parade Baptist Chapel, at a public meeting held at the Chapel on Monday evening. The proceedings were preceded by a tea meeting, at which there were about two hundred present, including some friends from Haverfordwest, with which place the rev. gentleman had been connected for a great number of years. The chair was taken by, the Rev W. Owen, of Hill Park Chapel, Haverfordwest, and the proceedings relating to the presentation were commenced by the singing of a hymn. after which Mr W. Evans, of Haverfordwest, at the request of the Chairman, offered up an appropriate prayer. The Chair- man then addressed the meeting, referring to the pro- pres" of thA connection at Tenby under the ministry of Mr Burditt, and speaking in warm terms of the exer- tions of the rev gentleman to promote the welfare of the charoh. MT James Rees, of Tenby, also ably addressed the meeting, and Mr W. Millar read the list of sub- scribers to tne testimonial, numbering altogether 150. Mr John Evans, who, in the absence of the senior deacon. had been deputed to present the testimonial, then handed the purse to Mr Burditt, which, he said, was intended as a token of the affectionate regard felt for him by the members of his congregation, and as a recognition of his labours among them. Mr Evans alao stated that the congregation intended to increase the minister's salary during the presentyear, and that during the two years of Mr Burditt's ministry the congregation had been doubled. Mr Burditt acknowledged the pre- sentation in a feeling speech, in which he thanked his friends for their kindness, and assured them that he valued the good feeling which had been manifested towarjs him far more than the pecuniary worth of the testimonial. Addresses were also delivered by Mr Phillips, Mr Noot, and Mr Rogers, and the proceedings, which were of a very interesting character, and well conducted throughout, were brought to a close by prayer. .¿







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