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RUTIIIN BOARD OF GUARDIANS. NO CHAPLAIN. At the local meeting of the board, Mr. J. W. Lloyd proposed That the services'of a paid chaplain of this union be dis- pensed with, and that the ministers of the gospel in the town, and neighbourhood be permitted to visit the house, and to administer religious instruction to the inmates whenever they I may think proper to do so." Mr. Lloyd said, it was far from his wish to deprive the pooj inmates of any religious consolation that they might desire, but he thought the payment of a chaplain n.ight'be spared, as was the case in other places. These were not times for unnecessary expenditure. He hacl an extract from a letter to read which would bear him. out that the voluntary principle answered in other places, and he saw no reason why it should not do so here. Tne letter stated, That since they had adopted the voluntary system, not a single clergyman of the Established Church had attended to perform service, nor to give any sort of religious instruction to the inmates. But there had been no deficiency on that score for tho four denominations of Dissen- ters who visit now weekly, in rotation, regularly and gratui- tously attended to supply, religious instruction to the inmates who chose to attend to t'nam. Archdeacon Newcome said, dissenting ministers might visit the house now if they thought proper to cio so. Mr. W. Williams, Llaudyrnog, seconded Mr. Lloyd's mi because he thought Ruthin was peculiarly situated, having, several churches in the vicinity, and also many chapels, tlic, ministers of which he had no doubt would readily attend when wanted. He wished to save every penny that could be saved for matters of greater importance; especially as the union house was situated in. a town where places of religious worship, were so numerous. „ After a good deal of discussion, the motion was carried by a majority of 2 14 being for, and 12 against it. z,* It was also resolved to establish da industrial genool*

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