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MARRIAGE OF MISS SARAH G.…

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LADIES HOME MISSION ASSOCIATION.…

BOROUGH MAGISTRATES' COURT.

CHURCH AND CHAPEL.

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CHURCH AND CHAPEL. The Society for the Protection of Ancient Build- ings are appealing for funds to preserve from further decay the interesting little chapel of Llandanwg, near Harlech. From the sketches circulated with their letter,, it appears that the church is a small building about 50 feet in length, on the sea-shore, about two miles from Harlech, of which it was an- ciently the parish church. The nave and chancel were continuous, forming one chamber without a chancel arch, though the timbers of the two roofs were differently treated, and there was a chancel- screen of oak. Of the existing fabric the chancel is the best preserved. It was lighted by three windows, one north and south and one east The re- pairs recommended by the society are, that the tops of the walls should be made good, the fallen timbers of the nave, as far as possible, replaced, new rafters, &c., provided, and the roof of the whole building covered with local slates bedded in mortar. Beyond this, shutters will be provided to the windows and iron ties placed across the building where required to pre- vent the wall from being thrust outwards; and it is distinctly to be understood that the subscriptions made in consequence of jfehe appeal are made on the understanding that nothing beyond what has been recommended by the society will be done. A sum of .£80 is wanted to accomplish this preservative work. We cannot always support the procedure of the society, but are glad to be able to do so in this case. -Builder.

TREGARON.

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TALYBONT.

SAD DEATH AT NEWTOWN.

THE RECTORY OF DOLGELLEY.

THE CALVINISTIC METHODISTS…

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