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THE TROUBLES OF NONCONFORMIST MINISTERS. "it is painful to read of the various schemes of minii-ters in search of Churches. The Dryeh refers to the swarm of preachers from Waloswhoare on the look out in the United States :— Toor ministers, whose salaries are in arrear, are Biade to suffer by reason of the visits of sstrsuige jninLstcrs from Wales." who take the money which ought to go to replenish their scant exchequers. The publications of those" strangers" are often thrust upon weak Churches, not only on Sundays but also cn week days. The practice is becoming an imposition and a. nuisance. A minister writes to the Seren recommending an American" brother to the Baptist Churches of Wales, iutding that his friend has a three and six- penny book which he wants to sell. The Congrega- tional and Bapti^trf Unions, suffer from the same misfortune. Tha matter was discussed at the rcccnt meetings of the Unions, and resolutions were passed recommending the county associations to take steps to check the evil. The Tyst" has a leading article on the subject, in which the editor says Devices are lre-orted to which are far from horonr cM. Small Churches are often burdened with oan- "/■('•Vt^s nti-erU uiikix-'wu to them, b'omo send their OLO", another a history of his life, a third sends an .i"„a t from a newspaper wherein his praxes are L'o- arcl another a copy of a sermon he had printed, '-p'-aries of the Unions are often troubled with the j^cat'ens of thc-se persons, which sometimes end in illustration of the voluntary principle r'f Vhat Pisestablishroent and Disendowment b' brinj,' about.

FIFTYI BRIGADE, WELSH DIVISION,\…

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