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BRECON INDEPENDENT COLLEGE. rpHE ANNUAL MEFTING and EXAMINATION of the | above COLLEGE will be held on TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, the 12th and 13th of JUNE. The Committee will meet at the COLLEGE on Tuesday, at 6 P.M. — U W IYLA V U.N. rilHE ANNUAL ASSOCIATION of the INDEPENDENTS I for the COUNTIES of RADNOR, MONMOUTH, BRECKNOCK, and GLAMORGAN, will be held this year at CWMAVON, on tae 20th and 3-1 st of JUNE. 1 The CONFERENCE will commence the first any at 11 o clock. All Ministers within the said Counties are expected to attend without further application, and we shap fee thankful for the pre- sence and assistance of otlicrs. rro TIT- • x. EDWARD ROBERTS, Minister. INDEPENDENT CHAPEL, WilITCH-URCH, A TEA PARTY will be held at the above place on TUESDAY evening next (Whit Tuesday). Tea on the table at four ack. Tickets may be had of Mr. E. DANIELL, Wauntroda Farm, at the PRINCIPALITY office, and Mr. D. RICHARDS, Hat Manufac- turer, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. The Rev. G. GRIFFITHS, of Newport, will preach in the Afternoon at two o'clock. After the Tea is over a Public Meeting will be held, when Addresses will be delivered by the R v. L. JAMES (Iago Emlyn). Cardiff; Rev. G. GRIFFITHS, Newport; Rev.L. POWELL, Cardiff; and the Rev. JONES, Rhydrca. The Carmarthen and Cardiganshire Baptist Association tTTtLL be held at EBENEZER, LLANGUNOG, on the YV Gth and 7th of JUNE, 1819. T. THOMAS, Secretary. Newcastle-Emlyn, May 22nd, 1849. DIOCESE OF ST. DAVID'S. CONFIRMATION. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, milAT the LORD BISHOP of ST. DAVID'S intends to hold S a CONFIRMATION at the following times and places, viz Miridiv June 1-th at Mydrim, at 11 O'Cloek. Ditto. at Trclcch-ar-Bettws, at 3. Tuesday 5th at Llanarthney, at 2. Wednesday Gill at Carmarthen, at 11. Thursday. 7th at Llandilo, at 2. 8th at Llangaloek, at half-past 10. at Llandovery, at 3. Saturday." 9th at Brecon, at 2. Monday" 11th at Criekhowell, at 2. Tuesdav 12th at Michael Church Eskley, at half-past 2. Wednesday 13th at Hay, at 2. Thursday 14th at Builth, at 11. T)itVn at Rhayader, at 3. llondtf 18th at Aberystwyth at11. Tuesday 19th at Aberayron, at 11. Wednesday.. 20th at Lhuuluew i-llicfi, at 2. Thursday 21st at Lampeter, at 11. Friday 22nd at Lla.ulys.il, at 2. Monday 20th at Kulwedy, at 2. Tuesday 26th at Llanellv at 11 "Wednesday 2/ tli at Y >>ti auielts at 2. Thursday 28th. at Ystradgynlais, at 2. Friday 29th at Llanrliidian, at 2. Saturday 30th at Swansea, at half-past 11. Monday .V July 2nd at Laugharne, at Tuesday 3rcl lU T <»%, at 1L Ditt0 at Pembroke, at 3. "Wednesday 4th at Castlernartin, at 2. Thursday!! 5th at Milford, at 11. Friday 6th at Haverfordwest, at half-past 11. Saturday" 7th at Navberth, at half-past 11. Monday. 9th at Newcastie-Emlyn, at 2. ■Tuesday" 10th at Cardigan, at 2. Wednesday Uth at Newport, at 2. c Thursday 12th at Fishguard at 2. Friday 13th at St. it 2. By desire of the Bishop, VALENTINE DAVIES, N. P., Dy. Regitrttr. Registry, Carmarthen, 19th April, 1849. WANTED IMMEDIATELY, a YOUNG MAN, AS W Confectioner and Baker. He must be well recommended. Apply to Mr. THOMAS, apposite the Town Hall, Cowbridge. To Ministers' Wives, and Heads of Families. TJARPER TWELVETREES respectfully solicits attention to I J the following letter, which was addressed to the editor of the 'Northern Warder, and which appeared in that journal of February 8th last:— "Dundee, February 7th, 1849. Sin,-Allow me, through the medium of your valuable journal, to impart to Free Church ministers' families and others, a wash- ing process they will find of considerable value with their small incomes. The writer was induced to try a new process for washing clothes, which had been advertised as a saving of time, labour, and money. After repeated trials, it has been proved to be so valuable, that it would be selfish to withhold it from others. The process is simple, whitens the clothes, and in no way injures them but, in- deed, saves them, by avoiding the hard rubbing of the old method. About one-third of soap, at least, is saved; one-fourth of time and three-fourths of labour. Two of the public institutions in this town, the Asylum and the Infirmary, besides private families, have tried it with great success, and it has only to be known to recommend itself. A FUEE CHURCH MINISTER'S WIFH." Harper Twclvetrees' Improved Washing Directions," in a gold and blue envelope, may be had of every bookseller in the United Kingdom for 2s. 6d., or for thirty-one stamps, and a large directed envelope, of HARPER TWELVETREES, 14, New Milman- street, Foundling. None are genuine without the gold cover. KENT and RICHARDS, Paternoster-row, Loudon. .Agents wanted in every town in Wales < —————"