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HOLYWELL.

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MOLD.

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MOLD. « VISIT OF THE REV. PETER MACKENZIE.âOne of w6 most popular preachers and lecturers in the k esleyan Connexion, namely the Rev. Peter Mac- paidia visit to Mold last Wednesday, and j/§hly entertained those who went to listen to him. J* the afternoon the rev. gentleman preached in 6 English Wesleyan Chapel, taking as his text the 0f°i?a in the 9th and 10th verses of the 5th chapter Revelation, upon which he founded a very con- Hcing sermon on the Sufficiency of Christ's jJtonement." In the evening, at the Town Hall, J r- Mackenzie delivered a highly edifying and structive lecture on David and Jonathan, a type true friendship." It is needless to bestow any Praise uPon Mr- Mackenzie's lectures, ev -e to say that the lecture on Wednesday Bning wag characteristic of the lecturer, being imful of rich eloquence and racy humour, and all 0 heard it were delighted with it.

DENBIGH.

otT FESTINI0G.

RUABON.

WREXHAM.I

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