[No title]|1866-05-11|The Pembrokeshire Herald and General Advertiser - Welsh Newspapers Online
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ROYAL NAVY IN COMMISSION §

STATIONS OF THE BRITISH ARMY.

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SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION.—On the evening of the 3rd inst, at the annual meeting of the Sunday School Union, the Hon. Arthur Kinnaird, M.P., occupied the chair. The income of the Union is principally derived from the sale of hooks, this source of supply bringing in about £500, The entire income is devoted to Sunday School objects, and the labours of the officers and committee are given gratuitously. Paid missionaries are now employed by the Union to form Sunday schools on the Continent, on the same principle as in England, additional subscrip- tions bein^ raised for this special'ohjeet, amounting this year, the first one of the new movement, to £260. Three resolutions were passed at the meeting, two of them of a routine character, and the other commending aperiodi- cil publication, just commenced by the society, intended to provide pure reading for younn people. Among the gentlemen who addressed the meeting were Colonel Griffin, of Chicago, United States; the Rev Charles Charles Clark, the RcT Morton Brown, LL.D, and the Ltev Paxton Hood.

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