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DOWLAIS. THE GLAMORGANSHIRE CONGREGATIONAL ASSOCIATION. —The annual meetings of this association were held on Tuesday and yesterday at Penywern Independent Char*]. The morning sitting, which began at 11 o'cloci-, consisted of a conference to arrange matters connected with the denomination. There were about 50 ministers, together with a u uj ii ber of students, lay preacher. and deacons present on the occasion. The Chairman for the past year, the Rev. Dr. Rees, cuvansea, presided, while the duties of secretary were performed by the Rev. li. Williams, Cans, Swansea. The meeeting having been opened in the usual wav, the Chairman delivered a short and suitable addMs, and on the request of the Rev. W. Edwards, Aherdare, begged leave to introduce to the attention of the conference the Rev. E. J. Edwards, of Australia The following re- solutions were then submitted to. and after some delibera- tion, were unanimously adopte,-I.-I. That this Conference .greatly rejoices in- the visitation of the Rev. E. J. Edwards, of Australia, and sincerely desires the Churches in connection with this association to cordially welcome him to their midst, and accept his services when he feels tn '^lchned to tender them, 2. That we earnestly beseech the Churches not to encourage nor accept the services of persons who are of doubtful character; from when they may reoeive communications; and that it is desirable tliat .strangers wishing to render their services to vacant Churches should be furnished with letters of recommen- arion from the officials of the Association, or some per- son,of note belonging to the denomination. 3. That this Conference desires to call the attention of the Churches to the NVelsh cause in the Borough, London, as one worthy of assistance. 1. That we sincerely urge the Churches to extrenuous efforts to endeavour to increase their collections towards the Brecon Memorial College, insomuch as the appointment of a third tutor of necessity mcteases the cost of maintaining the iastuu- tioii..5. That this Conference, while deeply imnress-jd with the importance of furnishing the lising generation with ..ne means of religious instruction, considerstha5 da-v schools supported by public rates, are not- the proper efficacies for such purpose, because in our opinion a school master paid oy the State cannot teach-religion without compromising the principles of religious equality and we therefore approve of sepaiating the secular from the re- ligious education. The officials having been appointed fur the current year, and prayer offered, the morning con- ference broke up. The afternoon conference was chieflv occupied. in discussing a paper prepared and read by the Rev. Dr. Recs, of Swansea, the subject of the paper beia" The Heresies of the Age.Being- obliged to forward our parcel previous to the discussion, we regret our inability to give a summary of its contents-to our readers.

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