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LLANYBYTIIER. DEATH OF THE REV. JOHN WILIIAMS, OF ABEB- DUAR.—We have to record the death of this popular gentleman, which took place at his own residence about 6 o'clock on Sunday night last. The deceased had been for upwards of forty years the pastor of the Baptist Church at Aberduar, near the above village. Though he had been for a long time con- fined to his house, suffering excruciating pains, yet he bore the whole with Christian resignation. His untiring labour bears visible fruits, as besides having been the means of collecting a very large congrega- tion at Aberduar, he succeeded in having a chapel built, called Caersalem, in the parish of Pencarreg, adjoining that of his own, whereat now there is a large and flourishing congregation. His loss is be- wailed by a very large number of his own country- men outside his own churches.

' OUTRAGE ON A WELSH RAILWAY.

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