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CARMARTHEN.

LLAND0YERY.

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LLAND0YERY. BRITISH SCHOOL.—The Rev. W. Rees, of Liverpool, delivered his famed lecture on the life, times, and genius of Williams, Pan- tycelyn, on behalf of the above institution at the Tabernacle chapel, .on the 26th ult. The chyir was taken at half-past six o'clock by David Thomas, Esq., who opened the meeting in a neat and con- cise speech, and introduced to the audience the Rev. Mr. Rees, whose name as a preacher, bard, and writer, is well known through- out the principality, and his celebrated lecture on the life, times, and genius of Williams, Pantycelyn, has been everywhere well received and highly applauded. The birth-place of the subject of the lecture being contiguous to the town, and his mortal remains being interred at Llanvairarybryn, it was natural that Mr. Rees should deliver it here. The lecturer for near three hours displayed his usual abilities in its delivery, which drew from the audience many a burst of applause. The attendance was numerous and respectable, and was considered by many one of the most inte- resting meetings ever held in the town, and the result worthy of the institution. At the close of the lecture the thanks of the meet- ing were voted to Mr. Rees, on the motion of the Rev. T. Phillips, Hay, seconded by the Rev. Dr. Davies, Froodvale.

TENBY.

CARDIGAN.

Uctigious Intelligence. ""',-'--.....--

BRISTOL.

MINING INTELLIGENCE.

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HA VERFORDWEST.

NORTH WALES.