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I THE MABINOGION. I SWANSEA WELSH SOCIETY'S WORK. The Swansea literary and antiquarian circle known as the Mabinogion held their New Year dinner on Tuesday evening. Among those present were Ald. J. Jordan, Councillor J. Lew,is, Rev. D. C. Rees, Rev. R. S. Rogers, B.A., Rev. T. Aubrey, Messrs. Mori a is Samuel. Rhys Phillips, Taina nt, \N'. Davies (Morriston), J. D. Williams, F- S. Price, J. Owen Jones, W. Llewellyn and W. R. Jones. The good things provided were heartily enjoyed. and after the tables were cleared speech, epi- gram and poem followed one another. The Chairman, in reviewing the work of the vear. welcomed the many recent acces- sions to the society's strength as patrons and vice-presidents. Mr. Samuel moved that the congratula- tions of the Mabinogion" be Sent to the Premier a.nd to two oi the society s patrons who had recently been elected to G-overnment appoint- ments—Lord Rhondda and Sir Alfred Mond. Rev. R. S. Rogers seconded and Council- !or Lewis, chairman of the Cymrodorion Society, expivssed his appreciation of the work quietly yet effectively done by the circle. They should aim at making the literature of Wales better known to English- speaking people. Bv their reading sessions they had set a gooa example, and their an- tiquarian inquiries had stimulated the in- terest of surrounding villages. Aid. Jordan referred to the need of taking up the study of local history, its value to the rising generations, and rejoiced at the ex-I ?nu!e a]ready set by the society, which made l ■■•ilgrimages of discovery to places of local ,,1*I 9liniage.4 ?.,f dis(.")vory t<) plac?--s of local The Chairman referred to the help given by the Press, and Messrs. Williams, W. Davies, Ed wards and others continued foe discussion by poem and speech. At the close Talnant read an interesting piper on the Centenary of the Rev. D. Davies. of Mynyddbuoh," a former minister of, E.benaer, Swansea.

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