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BEQUEST TO THE CARMARTHSHIRE…

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BEQUEST TO THE CARMARTHSHIRE INFIRMARY. THE Brynmyrddin fanily have been such old and liberal supporters of this institution thatit will not be a matter for surprise to learn that the Secretary of the Carmarthenshire Infirmary has received an intimation from the executors of the late Mr J. R. Morris, Llangoedmore, that that gentleman has by his will left the Institution a legacy of duty free. Mr Morris, who was a younger son of the late Mr Thomas Charles Morris, Brynmyrddin, met his death last November in New Zealand under particularly painful circumstances. The deceased gentleman had been living at Mount Roskill, near Auckland, New Zealand, and had gone to St. Heliers Bay, a neighbouring watering place for a few days. It appears that early in the morning of the 30th of November last he went down to bathe from the Pier. About five hours later his body was found in a small bay half a mile off. It is supposed that lie was either carried away by the current, which runs strongly by the Pier, and drowned; or that the shock of entering the water affected his heart and so caused his death. Mr Morris it may be added, went out to New Zealand for the second time in the summer of 1803 for the benefit of his health, which had much improved of late.

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