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TO CORRESPONDENTS AND READERS

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE.

PONTYPOOL.

USK.

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USK. BAPTIST CHAPEL.—On Monday last, a tea party was held at the above place of worship, in aid of the liquida- tion of the debt. The weather was exceedingly unfavor- able, which, no doubt, prevented many from attending; however, about 170 sat down to tea. A public meeting was afterwards held, at which Mr. Williams, Steps farm, Gwernesney, was voted to the chair; and the meeting was addressed by the Rev. W. Morgan, Glascoed, Rev. G' Thomas, Independent minister, Usk, and the Rev. G. Cosens, pastor of the Baptist church, Usk, on Brotherly Love and Christian Unity. Votes of thanks were passed to the Chairman, the Choir, and to the ladies and other friends who had rendered assistance in making prepara- tions for the party, and in dressing the chapel, which was tastefully adorned with evergreens and flowers, in wreaths and arches, together with several very appropriate mot-s. toes. The congregation then dispersed.

ABERGAVENNY.

CHEPSTOW.

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