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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. -----

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.

HOUSE OF LORDS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—THURSDAY.

TREDEGAR PARK COURSING CLUB.

----= MAESYCWMMER.

I CARDIFF.

SWANSEA.

CAERPHILLY.

|ABERDARE.

NEWPORT.

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NEWPORT. THE SERVICE OF SACRED SONG.—The performance of the Pilgrim's Progress service of song was given on Wed- nesday evening, in the Schoolroom of the Baptist Chapel, Commercial-street, by the Sunday School Singing Class. The room was crowded in every part by an audience who appeared most thoroughly to enjoy this musical treat afforded them The meeting- partook somewhat of the nature of a religious service, and was commenced and concluded by prayer, Mr. Henry Phillips and the Rev. J. W. Laure officiating. The "service" consisted of read- ings from Bunyan's "Pilgrim" alternately with musical pieces illustrating the readings, in some of which the audience were invited to unite. Mr. Laure, in his usual clear and distinct utterance, read the prose portion of the work, and Mr. Jenkins, the teacher of the class, con- ducted the musical portion, ably assisted by Miss Gregory at the pianoforte. All the pieces were very effectively rendered and showed that much care had been bestowed in the training of the many voices, which, whether in solo, duet, trio, or chorus, blended in a beautiful harmony.

ST. NICHOLAS.

NEATH.

LLWYNYPIA.

MACHEN.

TYDEE.

PONTYPRIDD.

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