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THE QUEEN'S SPEECH.

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ABERYSTWYTH.

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MACHYNLLETH.

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OPENING OF PARLIAMENT,

THE BURIAL LAWS.

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THE BURIAL LAWS. Mr OSBORNE MORGAN, in A committee of the wnoie House, a BiU to amend the burial laws The' Bill resembled that of last year brought in by the hon member for Sheffield but there was an extra clause, throwing the ex-" pense of ^repairing and maintaining the churchyard on the noor rate, it being considered only just6 that if dissentore were i^r* £ SSe° m the churchyard tfaey "boidd contributo r Mr B. HOPE, fa the present state of the ease, was not prepare** ,t0 s»y whether he hked the Bill or not. Bu^ one S aMfc would be to convertparochial into national property L,d to ^â ^tolthec^door('oinIlU»'fy church nd*4 which hadnitherto been abolished in the balding itself ^*jF £ ELD remarfeed that some Vervpainful aud distressing scenes had been witnessed in different part? of the country in consequence of the existing state of tfie law with VeS' to bnnals in churchyards, ana he conceived that it was therefore t»mi **?tln!u some change such as ihat proposed bv the Bdl of tfee hon. gentleman should be made" propose° by tbQ agreed t0 arid ^e House resiitaed. I: ⢠F0R OF WORSFFLP AND SCHOOLS ') Mr OSBORNE MORGAN moved fbr leave to &ng to a |?ll to facilitate the purchase of sites for places of worshfpMd sSoob He explained that the greatest possible necessity for such a BiU f^1nieSpeC!-alIIinuSOnJe outlynigparts of the eoUnhy, where > i!? was mifhe hands of one or two landowners, who always is did refuse to sell a J religious or educational purposes wher» the land was sought to be obtained religious bodies of th«* principles of which' they did not apprbve. The BiU Which h& brought forward proposed to deal withtfie grievance-which was* thus occasioned in two ways. First of all it propo^d same power of purchasing sites for places of worship aS pw s^oolsby agreement which was now enjoyed by companies Ac* The other^rtion ? of the Bill enacted thalf fffty persons residing within a radius of four miles might presenta memorial to the'Enclosure (^mmis- sioners, stating that within that radius no lishd convenient for a site for a school or place of worship coulcP be obtained and praying the commissionerSto put in force the compulsory ptori- wnriiVtl Land C1,auses Consolidation Act. The commissioners would be empowered upon, rftelving such a memorial, to caittfc a ptibliciBqniry to take place,- and they might, if the result of that* tionerT favourable, coosply with the prayer of the peti- The motion was agreed to. ^The above Bills were afterwards brought in aad read a first o!

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