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President—C. E. G. PHILIPPS, Esq., Picton Castle.
General Committee. The Presidents of present and past years; the President-Elect; the Vice-Presidents ; the Treasurer; the General and Local Secretaries, with the following:
C. C. Babington, Esq., M.A., F.R.S., F.S.A., Chairman. Rev. Hugh Prichard, M.A.
Rev. M. H. Lee, M.A. Arthur Gore, Esq.
Professor Rhys, M.A.
J. R. Cobb, Esq.
Ven. Archdeacon Edmondes.
Rev. Canon Thomas, F.S.A.
J. Askew Roberts, Esq.
J. Lloyd Griffith, Esq., M.A., Holyhead.
H. Barker, Esq.
Rev. D. Hughes, M.A., Ruthin.
Rev. M. H. Lee.
R. H. Wood, Esq., F.S.A.
Rev. Canon Williams, M.A., Llanfyllin.
J. R. Cobb, Esq., Brecon.
Rev. Benjamin Williams, Abergwenol, Llandovery.
J. T. Dilwyn Llewelyn, Esq., Ynysgerwyn, Neath.
Rev.J. Tombs, B.A., Burton, Haverfordwest.
FOURTH SERIES.- VOL. XIV, NO. LVI.
ON THE SEPULCHRAL EFFIGY OF A PILGRIM IN St. MARY'S CHURCH, HAVERFORDWEST,
SOUTH WALES. On the 21st of August 1872 I proceeded by rail from Tenby to Haverfordwest, on iny way to St. David's, for the purpose of taking notes of the monuments in St. David's Cathedral; which notes were subsequently published in the Archæologia Cambrensis. I did not reach Haverfordwest till late in the evening, and the the whole of the following day was occupied in journeying by a vehicle I had engaged to St. David's and back, and in the Cathedral, for the purpose I have stated. I had arranged to leave Haverfordwest the following day by a certain railway train, which gave me an opportunity on the morning of that day, the 23rd of August, of going about the town. Amongst the places I visited was the Church of St. Mary, which presented, as far as I can recollect, no special feature of architectural design. I noticed, however, in that church an object which excited my attention, and so fully compensated my visit that I regretted my time was so limited that I could barely take down a description in my notebook, and the slightest possible memorandum-sketch in another note-book, and this I was forced to do by candle-light.
The object then was no less than the sepulchral
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