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FRANCE AND PEACE. |

NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS.

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AMERICANIZING THE CLIMATE.

RAILWAY IMPROVEMENT—THE NARROW…

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SWANSEA COUNTY COURT.

NEATH.

LLANELLY.

CARMARTHENSHIRE.

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CARMARTHENSHIRE. CARMARTHEN.RECOGNITION SERVICES AT WATER- STREET CHAPEL.—On Tuesday and Wednesday last, im- portant and interesting services took place at the above chapel in connection with the recognition of the Rev. J. Lewis (Homo Ddu), late of Gower, as the fixed and stated minister of the church assembling at that place of worship. On Tuesday evening the services were introduced by the Rev. T. Lewis, of Priody-stieet Chapel, and the Revs. W. James and M. Morgan of Aberdare preached. At ten o'clock on Wednesday morning the services were intro- duced by the Rev. John Davies, of Llanelly, and the Revs. W. Prythercli, Nantgeldig, and E. Matthews, Cardiff, preached; at two in the afternoon the Revs. T. Job, Conwil, and T. James, M.A., Llanelly and at half-past six in the evening under the presidency of John Davies, Esq., Quarry-street, on the duty of the Church to the Minister, and Minister to the Church, by the Revs. T. Job, W. James, M. Morgan, W. Prythercli, Professor Morgan, T. Lewis, J. Evans, &c. The charge was delivered by the Rev. T. Davies after which the newly appointed minister addressed the meeting. The Rev. E. Matthews then delivered the charge to the minister, and after praise and prayer the interesting ceremony was brought to a clo-e. The sermons preached on the occasion, together with the charges, were powerful and effective, and were intently listened to by the crowded congregations at each of the services. On Wednesday evening the congregation was immense the large chapel which can accommodate upwards of 2000 people, was literally flowing. We wish the church and their minister every success.

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CARMARTHENSHIRE STEEPLE CHASES.