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™ E NB\ REV. H. GRATTAN GUINNESS—This celebrated preacher on Monday, Tuesday, Rnd Wednesday evenings, delivered eloquent addresses to large and attentive congregations, in Tudor Place, commencing at seven p.m., and in the Baptist Chape) at. 8.30. Many of those who were present at the former meeting were not, we fear, in the hahit of attending any place of worship, Mrs Guinness also preached in the Baptist Chapel on Wednesday evening. ENTERTAINMENT.—A farewell entertainment, by special request, was given at the Royal Assembly Rooms on Monday evening week, by Sergeants Ansell and Hewson, 9th Regiment, assisted by Sergeant R. 8. Tucker, Mr C. H. Tasker, (organist of St. Mary's) and Mr Joe Griffiths, Pembroke Dock. The programme, which consisted of reading, recitations, and (with a single exception) comic songs, was exceedingly well gone throusth. Sergeant Ansell's songs, which were sung in character, obtained immense applause; we must make especial mention of Betsy Waring' and 'Good bye John.' Sergeant Hewson was equally successful in his recitations, and we really bardiy know which to admire most, his humorous ren- dering of 'Sergeant Buzfuz's Address to the Jury,' or the pathos with which he gave Hood's I Bridge of Sighs-' Sergeant Tucker was very amusing in his selection of readings, especially the • Boots at the Swan.' Mr Joe Griffiths sustained his reputation in 'The House that Jack Built,' and Lodging-house Cat' Mr C. H. Tasker, who undertook the arduous task of presiding at the pianoforte throughout the evening, in his usual manner sang the I White Squall' and What a wonderful scholar was lie., When we say that almost all the songs were encored, it is almost unnecessary to add that the whole affair was successful. We had almost omitted to mention that the Yeomunry hand, with the kind permission of their Major, Baron F. De Rutzen, exerted themselves to please the audience with selections from various com- posers. The entertainment closed with 'God Save the Queen.' INSPECTION OF THE CASTLE MARTIN YEOMANRY CAVALRY. 00 Thursday afternoon this corps was inspected in a field at Knightson, about two miles from Tcnby, by Major rhesiger, 6th Iniskillen Dragoons. The whole of the evolutions were very creditably performed, and to the satisfaction of the Inspecting Officer, who congratu- lated the Commandant, Major Baron F. de Rutzen, upon the efficiency of the corps, of whom he should have much pleasure in making a favourable report. A large con- course of people was on the field, the weather being delightfully fine. In the evening a competition for the best horsfg was held on the racecourse contiguous to the town, when a large sprinkling of the sporting fraternity put. in an appearance. There were some splendid charters on the ground. ThA jung-cs were Col. X. Peel, and the inspecting officer, Maj,>r TheMiger, whose awards appear to have given satisfaction. The following were the successful competitors, viz, 1st prize, ZC6, Trooper T. Gwfther, A Troop, Tarr; 2nd, £ 4, (Sergeant R- Morris, C Troop, Honton £4, Trooper J. Gibbon, C Troop, Vaynor. The three 2nd cla's prizes of X,2 each were won by Corporal Wm Morris, C Troop, New House; trooper 1'. Lewis, A Troop, Iveston; and Quartermaster Llewellyn, C Troop, St Krenox. These prizes were given by the commandant, Baron do Rutzen. in the evening the officers entertained a large number of gentlemen at dinner at the head quarters, Coburg H.o<.e!, the catering of the worthy hostess, Mrs Hughes, skiving much satisfaction. The band of the regiment, under the direction of Mr T. W. Thomas, played some excellent selections cf music during the banquet. On Friday last the interesting ceremony of presenting a sword to the respected commandant, Major Baron • de Rutzen, by the troopers, was performed at Tenby« prior toj the dismissal of the corps from their anBl^e training. The whole corps assembled, on foot, at South Parade, from whence they proceeded, bead^ their excellent band, to Saint Julian Square, where tn sword and belts were presented to the Baron by oldest non-commissioned officer in the corps, Q,nar,^ Master John Griffiths, who, upon the occasion, 109(16