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Recollections of a Ruthinian.

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EHUDDLAN, JNEW VIOAR OF RHUDDLAN. The Blbfcop of St Aseph has appointed the Eev William Jenkins Davi<s, M.A f to the benefice of RhcddUo, rendered vacant by the ssc-Jen deafck of fcbo Rs? T W by the azze-Ic-n death of the Rsv, T W Vaoghan. Mr Davfes graduated from Jaeat IColiege. Oxford, taking his M.A. in 1905 He was Wcleh chaplain at the coUega 10 1889 and 1890, after holding for three yeara the csraoy of Michaelitone-a ⢠A^cn; Qtaiccfgsosblre. Ftcrn 1C00 to 1SC4 he vrae enrata < f RbJJ. In tbo latter yeas he vr,As appointed viear chepal of St Aawph Cathedral, snd b., has been fo? nme yesrs tre vie-sr cf the mother p-riph of the dfceeee He is cne of the beist.bnown oJcrgy in He diocese, End is very popals; atsc.Eg his brethren. I Lait week we remarked upon the long tenure of office of the lito Vicar. Probably tbelcngeet vicariate of Rbnddlan was that of tho Rev Thotr-a8 Winre Edwards, who I held it from 1828 to 1878, when tbe Rev Thcnsaa Rowlands (the great Weleh gramtsaiiar), the Immediate predeoeesor of the rate Vicar, was appointed. Another long innings woto that of the Rev Eilia Ptice from 1633 to 1C78 In tha porob of the Palish Church is to be gten a Iht of 29 vicar«i commencing with Simon ep Robert, Portfonist, who, we are told, waa appointed before 1250; bat U 18 by no met-no a com plete Ibt. It rbows, amorget other thinga, that the living was twice held iD comar eniam darlcg the 17:h century, 11 t'8t bj Bishop PIrry ar-d next by Biabop Ovea. -0-

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