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.1 CP TO DATE. A SWANSEA STEAMER IN COLL.SION. A Lloyd's telegram says:—The steamer Bay Fisher, from Swansea, has collided with the Clyde, of Liverpool, at the entrance to btoS-Xhtf? D'jciit Tne latter sustained dame-go to her quarter. t'U3EI,L\lIO:¡ TO l.'IS .VEW '.VuEiEOl'SE MASTER. 'i'he new master of the Workhouse, Mr. Thomas Morgan, was on Saturday the recipient of a very ^ttL-Csouio case of carvers, which were presented to him by the Catholics of Grecnhiii in token ox respect and esteem on the occ iCJ: o' his leaving the Cot:ago Homes. SV7AX37A SCIKN'TTt'l: KOOJJST' Ca Saturday afternoon upwards of 2QCmembers it the a bore sooi.ty visited the Poollergaer grouEO. The members were net by Sir J. T. D Llewelyn, and conducted through the grounds. Various wbjocto of interest were pointed out by Sir Johrr., vyivj, in fch« course ef the round, gave a very interesting lecture. TO .V n N E STREET CHAPEL. The dispersion of the congregation recently wor- shipping at Tontine-street Chapel has been almost as «W> its coating together. It is now some- If'vM-?*? ft number of the eongre- jSi'iion afe Carmarthen-read Ihapsi suddenly left the sanctuary, taking with them their pastor, Mr. John son, and settled at Tontine-street, leaving their old chapel paslorlsss, and the congregation reduced by two thirds. It was expected that the parent would die, and the pro- digal would flourish. History, however, baft proved the prediction ialse, f, r the Tabernacle cow a flourishing church, and Tontine-street Chapel has been recently seized and the effects sold up by the treasurer of the Corporation. During their short Ufa the Tontine-street congre- gation have had their troubles, lor t.re whole of the prosecds o" a bazaar, whieli waa to relieve the place of the ineabus cf a debt, disappeared and so did the pastor just about the same time. The remaining funds grew scanty, and the result of an application to the local Baptist Association was that they received advice to dissolve the congregation. The final stroke is fresh in everybody's mind, and now the flock is scattered and has taken refuge :n d fferent folds, "wme, it is stated, are at York-place, some Slave gone to the little chapel on Gibbet- Bill, yet others have gone back to the old church tvhence they passed forth a decade ago. Perhaps tt is as v. ell, for a smali and struggling congrega- tion overburdened with liabilities that cannot be met is a pitifal object. The history of Noncon- formity contains the annals of many such efforts. Better, however, that the child perish than that the parent be left crippled and forsaken. TRADE PkOKPliCTS!

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