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DEPARTURE OF THE REV. FATHER HYLAND FROM BARRY. KINDLY REFERENCE TO THE "BARRY DOCK NEWS." We have this week received the following gratifying reference to the Barry Dock J\>xv, and, in reply, beg sincerely to express our great regret at the Rev Father Hyland's departure from the district, trusting he will soon be restored to good health, and that his zealous and faithful ministra- tions at Neath will prove equally as successful an has undoubtedly been the case in the Barry district The Presbytery. Barry Dock, Feb. 27, 1893. DEAR SIR,—I feel bound in gratitude, before leaving the district for the lighter mission at Neath, to offer you most sincerely my most grateful thanks. The Barry Dock SelN, under your able management, has been so fair, impartial, and kindly in its tone towards us that I thank you, and most heartily wish that you and the most pepular paper that you edit may amply share in the bright and glorious future that is in store for the Barry and Cadoxton district. Good-bye with every good and holy wish to you and yours.- Yours very gratefully, J. R, Llewellyn, Esq. J. T. HYLAND. P.S.—I forgot to mention that my successor, the Rev Father D'Hulst, will commence his duties towards the end of this month.

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