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MERIONETHSHIRE eHNGltEGA-TIO^AL…

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MERIONETHSHIRE eHNGltEGA- TIO^AL UNION. On Wednesday and Thur day the quarterly meetings were held at Llanuwchllyn, Mr J. Hughes (Corwen) presiding. The report of the Church Aid Society was pr sen ted and it was decided that no church should rece ve aid unless i the representatives of the Union were allowed to audit its accounts. The following grants for the ensuing year were made:- Bethel, Corris, £ 7 10s; Borthwnog, Dolgelley, £ 10; Glyn-, dyfrdwy, jElOs; Harlech, £ !0; Cynwyd, £ 12; Llwyngwril, R7 10 Arthog, £ 7 10s and Llan- fih^ngei, X,2 10. It was resolved to collect the statistics of toe denomination in the county in time to ba presented at the annual meetings of the Welsh Congregational Union in J uly, 1896. Votes of sympathy were p'lssed with Professor I Michae. D Jones (Bala) and Mr Griffith Price (Llanfachraetb) in tbeir illness. Sermons were delivered at the public servicea by the Revs L. Davies (Corwen), J. Walters (Bnthdir), J. R. Parry (Festiniog), J. Prichard (Cynwyd), 1'. Howell (Festinio^), R.J. Hughes (Barmouth), T. T. Phillips, (Bala), W. Williams (Maentwros:), 1. C. Jones (Borth), and W. P. Huws (Dolgelly).

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