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!Carmarthen Volunteer Company.

I" THE PRESIDENT."

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I THE PRESIDENT." Mr Thomas Jenkins eaid he had been given the choice of propo-i' t; the Town and Trade of Car- marrhen or The Pivsider.t anil he had chos n tho 1«:tor (applame). "tie subject was not o*e which retjuired .-o rnu h < x: IMUIUOU as the other. Ho had had the pleasure of knowing Mr White for a good many FHJ. The Mayor had occupied the position of chief magistrate for a couph' of years with great honour to the town, and with a get id deal of credit to himself. He (Sir Tho mas Jeukin..> sincerely trusted that there was a third year of office in front of the mayor. The time /or long speeches had passed and he would therefore have great pleasure in giviug them the the torst of the President" Tho toast, was d.- uisk i. h musical honours. The Chairman, in responding, said that it was a groat pleasure for him to occupy the chair at the Volunteer Dinner that was the second occasion upon which he had had the privilege of presiding at that function. lie hoped to see the public dis- tribution of prizes for shooting, etc., take place again in tho Assembly Rooms ho remembered the times "hen it was looked forward to as a red-letter day. With regard to the Drill Hali, he would say that as iong a- he hael the pleasure of occupying the civic chair, be would lie rcidy to do his best to further the movement by inaugurating a fe-e or anything else whi-sh would be required. THE PKESS." Mr IIany Jones then proposed the toast of the ''Press," to which Mr Percy responded. THANKS." Captain Buckley Roderick Ihsnked the volunteers for attending in such large numbers He had no doubt that in case there was any blood about or any fighting to be done that W-cy would be present in much greater force. lIe bad acceptcd the command of the Carmarthen Company in a case of emergency and he could assure them that it gave him great pleasure to spend a few nights in the town at tim s. He was rather chary of awarding praise until he saw it was absolutely necessary that he should do so. lie wished to see the Company attain the highest possible state of efficiency. The Carmarthen Company grand body of men who were possessed by a great amount of energy (applause). The singing of God save the Queen" by tha Company concluded the proceedings.

. The Bishop of St. Asaph…

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