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..-Presentation to Dr. Goodall.


Presentation to Dr. Goodall. After the meeting of tho Committee of Visitors at the Joint Counties Lunatic Asylum, Carmarthen, on Thursday, the 28th ult., The Chairman (Mr W. 0. Brigstocko) said he had been requested by the committee to ask Dr Goodall's acceptance of a wedding piesent. He was sure ho was speaking on bobalf of the Committee when he said that they also extended their good wishes to Dr Goodall. If there was a position in which a man required a helpmate and to whom the solace of domestic life came with a double zest, it was to him who was engaged in the arduous duty of superintending a large institution like that Asylum. It was not for him to eulogise Dr Goodalls' professional ability; but he would say that all the members of the Committee had been irrfi.itlv impressed by his gioat administrative ability. No matter how much they might discuss and make speeches at the meetings of the Committee, the smooth working of the Asylum was absolutely dependent on the efficient and ability of the Medical Superintendent.—The Chairman then handed over to Dr Goodall the handsome silver tea service presented by the Committee. Rev Lewis James, in a few words, wished I' Dr Goodall every happiness and prosperity. Dr Williams (Drim) spoke hichlv of the manner in which Dr Goodall was looked up to by the members of his profession in the three counties-a fact which was evidenced by his election as joint-editor of the publication devoted to his own speciality. Dr Goodall thanked the Committee on behalf of himself and wife; and also acknowledged the uniform consideration which he had received from the Committee since his appointment. On the same day, Dr Goodall was also presented by the Asylum staff with a handsome silver revolving soup tureen.

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