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NEWPORT BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

MERTIIYR BURIAL BOARD.

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MERTIIYR BURIAL BOARD. On Tuesday the monthly meeting of the above board was held. Present—Messrs. Thos. Williams (chairman), W. H. Roach, W. Sharp, E. P. Biddle, D. Davies, and the Rev. J. M. Bowen.—The Clerk said that, as directed at the last, meeting, he had written to both the bishop and the rector, asking for permission to use the consecrated chapel Rt the Cefn Cemetery at such time as there were a number of funerals waiting for the unconsecrated chapel and the other was not being used. The reply from the bishop was as follows:— Bishop's Court, I.iavidaff, Jan. 9, 18S2. 8ir,-1 rn orry for th-e inconvenience of which 0:1 speak, but can find nothing, after search and inquiry, t hat would justify th use cd a consecrated chapel in a by Dis;;entr. more than jt would a similar use of a parish or any oih 'r consecrated church.—I am, sir, your obedient A. I.LANDA IT. The rector, in his reply, said :—" The law gives me no authority to grant the permission you ask for. The chapel in the cemetery, asiarasl a m concerned, is precisely the same to me as a parish church. If I had the power to grant it you I would do so with pleasure, or if the bisnop aifthorises me to do so you shall have it at once. Mr. W. Sharp We must put up with the inconve- nience.—The Chairman: Yes.—Mr. i). Davies: For a time.The Chairman Very likely.—Ths subject I then dropped.—The Inspector of Graveyards re- ported 159 interments during the month of January, the registered deaths bein°-: Merthyr Upper, 85; V aynor, 11; Merthyr Lower. 5*8 total, 154. Corresponding month of last year. 150. The deaths from scarlet fever numbered 42,-The Sexton of the Cefn Cemetery reported that nearly. all the available grave spaces in the Dissenting ground had been used, end the plot of ground kept for hay would have to be used. It was stated that there was place there for 1,000 frave spaced, and that it would last four or five years.—Replying to Mr. Davies, the Clerk said that there had been 11,4-66 interments in the cemetery since its; opening 22 years ago.—The board agreed that the reserved portion of the cemetery-bo at once taken into the unconsecrated ground, and that the clerk be instructed to get the new spaces marked out on the ground and on the plan. A precept on the overseers for £60 was signed. This vvas all the business.

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