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BLOWING ONE'S OWN TRUMPET.

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! CARMARTHEN TOWN COUNCIL.

PENNAL.

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PENNAL. MARRIAGE REJOICINGS. The marriage of Captain Boydell Croxon, of Llwyndewi, Llan- gadock, and late of Abermarlais Park, Carmar- thenshire, with Mrs Elizabeth Rowland, widow of the late Rev D. L. Rowland, B.D., Vicar of Gwynfe, took place at St. Peter's Parish Church, Pennal, at 11 o'clock on Thursday, the 25th ult. The ceremony, which was a private one, and attended only by the near relations of the bride and bridegroom, was celebrated by her brother- in-law, the Rev Charles Price, Rector, assisted by the Rev Titus Lewis, Rural Dean, Tywyn. Capt. Croxton was attended by his son, Henry Ferrers Ferrers, Esq, of Coptfold Hall, Essex, as his best man, and Mrs Rowland was given away by her nephew, R. L. Price, Esq. After breakfasting at the Rectory Capt. and Mrs Croxton left for Scarborough where they will pass the honeymoon. In the afternoon a tea was given by Capt. Croxton to all the women and school children of Pennal, (and the neighbourhood) under the superin- tendence of Mrs and Miss Price, the Rectory, assisted by Mrs Davies, Mrs Lewis, Pennal, and others.—For the Welsh poetry vide our Welsh sheet, in next week's issue.

NEWCHURCH.

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