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IWELSH DISESTABLISHMENT.

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WELSH DISESTABLISHMENT. MR HENRY RICHARD'S PROGRAMME. The Daily Tdtnraph says :—With the approach ot the raniamentary Session the Liberation Society is endeavouring, by means of public meetings in the provinces and otherwise, to stimulate the activity of its friends in support of the triangular attack which is intended to be made upon the system of Church establishments. Mr Henrv Richard is to take charge in the House of Commons of a resolution cMling for the disestablishment of the Church in England, and Mr Peddie and Mr Dilhvyn have undertaken to bring forwartj similar motions in regard to Scotland and Wales re- spectively. Each of these gentlemen will be dependent on the chances of the ballot for an opportunity of submitting his proposals, but it may be anticipated that one or other of them will succeed in obtaining a day. Mr Richard's motion will assert that the esta- blishment of the Church of England by law im- poses upon Parliament duties which it cannot effectually discharge, deprives the Church of the power of managing her own affairs, indicts in- justice on a large section of the community, is injurious to the political and religious interests of the nation, and ought therefore no longer to be maintained. Mr Dilhvyn will rely upon the fact that the Church in Wales ministers to only a small minority of the population, whilst Mr Peddie, in regard to Scotland, formulates the charge that the maintenance of the Church is indefensible on public grounds, and that in the ecclesiastical circumstances of the country it is eminently unjust." The Daily News says that Mr Dilhvyn, M.P., who has recovered from his recent indisposition, has accepted an invitation to speak at a meeting which will be held at Liverpool on Monday, in support of the movement for the disestablishment of the Church in WTales.

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