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Anglesey Congregatlonallsts. The quarterly meeting of the Anglesey Congregational Association was held at Bodffordd on Monday and Tuesday, under the presidency of the Rev O. M. Jenkins, B.D., Llangefni. A resolution of sym- pathy with the Royal Family was passed, also cordial thanks to Sir George Meyrick, Bart., Bodorgan, for his gift of the freehold chapel, Siloh, and the adjacent houses and land for the use of the denomination and the purposes of religion in the county. Mr A. M'Killop presented the report of the weak causes fund. The collections amounted to £ 34 8s 2d and the grants already made to zC28 10s lid. Mr R. Prit- chard, Brynteg, reported on the condition of the new cause at Benlqech, which, he said, is progres.sing in every way. A vote of thanks was accorded Lady Reade, Gareg- lwyd, for the practical interest taken by her in the propagation of temperance prin- ciples with special reference to the recent erection of a cafe at Bodedern at her ex- pense. The agenda included the report of the local collections towards the Forward Movement Fund, but the Rev J..G. Jones explained that as the churches had not all been visited ;he was not in a position to offer a complete statement. It W8S. decided to give a letter of introduction to the Rev R. R. Owen to the Liverpool Association, Mr Owen, who is a native of Holyhead, hav- ing been ordained to the pastorate at Piescot.

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Carnarvon County Court.