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MONTGOMERYSHIRE YEOMANRY CAVALRY. RESIGNATION OF LIEUT.-COL.WYNN. The following letter has been addressed by Mr. C. W. W. Wynn, M.P., to the officers, non-commissioned oth- cers and privates of this Montgomeryshire Yeomanry Cavalry, informing them of his having resigned the com- mand. Capt. Sir William Williams is spoken of as Mr. Wynn's probable successor in the command. To the Officers, Non-commissioned Officers, and Privates of the Montgomeryshire Yeomanry Cavalry. Gentlemen —By last week's Gazette some of you will have seen tbat my resignation of the command- of the Montgomery- shire Yeomanry Cavalry has been accepted by her Majesty, and that a tie, which has existed since I entered the regiment nearly 38 years aO as junior cornet, has thus, at last, been severed. It is needless for me to say how painful this separation is, or how deeolv I feel it but, having the prospect of a successor in the command of the regiment so well fitted to maintain its honour and efficiency as Capt. Sir William Williams, I ought not, for its own sake, to hesitate in at once securing for the resiment srch an advantage. He is well known to you all, after several years' service in the regiment, as an active, energetic, and experienced officer, and I am sure that in resigning the command to his younger and more efficient hands I am consult- ing the best interests of the corps. But I cannot part from tho3e who have so long been my comrades without the expres- sion of ftly grateful sense of all the kindness and goodwill which have been invariably shown me during my long service m the regiment bv all its members, and of my confidence that under their new commanding officer they will maintain that high character for discipline and efficiency which has ever distin- guished them. With my warmest wishes for the continued prosperity of the regiment, and for the health and happiness of each of its individual members, I remain, gentlemen, yery faithfully and sincerely yours, CHARLES WAT KIN WILLIAMS WYNN, Late Lieut.-Col. commanding Montgomeryshire Yeomanry Cavalry. Co >d-v-Maen, Welshpool, May 8, 1S73.. <2

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7 MAY 22, 1878.

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. MR. OSBORNE MORGAN ON LAND…

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ENGLISH CONGREGATIONALISM…

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NORTH WALES QUARRYMEN'S UNION.

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