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LITTLE HAYEN. Sacied Concert.—On Wednesday evening, April 18th, the chapel choir, assisted by a f-?w fiiends, gave a conctrt consisting chiefly of selections of sacred music. The audience was faiily large, and highly appreciated the different items on the programme. A strong male voice party very ably rendered two pieces, In the sweet," and Arabella," and a well-trained choir under the leadership of Mr. Thomas Evans, Post Office, nicely ren- dered the very sweet anthems, "Bless the Lord," "Comfort Ye," "Be joyful in God," Great and marvellous," The Lord doth reign," and "Songs of triumph." Three quartettes, each led by Miss Emma Richards, were much enjoyed. Other highly appreci- ated items on the programme were two song;; by Miss Richards, and one by Miss Mason, Talbenny School. Our old frien 1, Mr. Canton, tang "The flower^' message" and "Thn heav- enly song," in his usual pleasing way; and Mr. J. Thorn is, Rogerston, rightly deserved the loud applause given hin for his render- ing of the "Death of Nelson." Miss May Jones and Miss Mason were the accompan- ists for the evening. The service commenced with a hymn and prayer, and after the Rev. Jas. Phillips, who presided, had sincerely thanked all for their generous help, the meet- ing was brought to a close by the singing of the Doxology.

WALTON WEST.

PEMBROKESHIRE WORTHIES.

COUNTY JOTTINCS. " ~ f"

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