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NEWBRIDGE. Inspection Volunteers. — There was an inspec tion here on Saturday evening of the third and fourth Battenes of the 1st Monmouthire Artillery volunteers' T !e!7+ J WaS under the command of theii Lieutenant with Sergeants Harris, Whitney, Hendy Jewell C. B. drill instructor, and the third Batterv ;l u f<r Cdnirp11fn of CaPtain James and Lieu- tenant Matthews There was a good muster of men m under'th lWl h vhe f b^d °f each battery^ leadership of their bandmasters,George Harries and Ldgely. They marched as far as the dock quarry wIvkT i' exPectlnS' to meet the Pontypeol Battery which has been recently formed there but who did not come, then the men faced about and returned to the drill ground where they were inspected by Adjutant Pearson of Newport when they were put through the march past' manual and platoon exercise, |after which there w-as a general inspection of arms.

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