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ST. MICHAEL'S CHURCHYARD. ro THE EDITOR OF THE ABERYSTWYTH OBSERVBR. Sir,âSome time ago I addressed a letter to you m this subject, and I hoped that, attention having thereby been called to the abominable state of the ihurchyard, some steps would have been taken in the remedy. Such, however, has not been the case, and I think :he rate and pew rent payers are very much to )lame in not doing- 80melbing themselves, as those who from their more intimate business relations with the Church, are really the persons to look to the matter, continue to pay no attention to it. If any one will take the trouble to walk about the ihurchyard, he will readily perceive that mine is no die complaint, for be can scarcely go three yards without running the risk of stepping upon a heap of tmman excrement. This is a very disagreeable sub- let to write about, and also for you to print; but it s really necessary the attention of the public should be diverted to it. A few days ago I went there with a friend, and ivent to look at a new tomb which had recently been erected, when I remarked upon the abominable filth ivhich was permitted to accumulate there and my Friend said, A short time ago, during the mild open iveather, there was a yellow snake about two feet long seen just where we are now standing." Just imagine the feelings of a person visiting the grave of I. dearly beloved relative with such an abominable sight in view as that; and it is a shame and a dis- grace that such a state of things should be allowed to exist. In my former letter I suggested that the entrance both to the churchyard and to the castle grounds from the churchyard, should be closed at dusk every lay and some other correspondent of yours in reply }uestioned the legal right of any such step but who would be likely to oppose such a course when public decency cries out so loudly for it. I do not see any other course likely to remedy the present state of things effectually. I am, sir, yours obediently, Jan. 25th. A CHURCHMAN. +

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THE WELSH CHURCH.

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