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The HEREFORD-SHIRE HOUNDS will meet oil Tuesday, u. »4> Dec. 10 at Berrington. —- { Fifth mile-stone." Friday, „. 13 .on the Froome's-j (.hill Road. Tuesiay, 17, Callow TlIrupikc, At 10 o'clock eacli day. the LLANBLETlflAN' HAKRIERS.\vUr u,cet on Motiday, Dec. 9 at Wicli. Wednesday'»•• U •• C.mhHdgc EastGate Friday, 13 5>t. Mary Cinuch. PREFERMENT.— Jhe Kev. Jdhn Sinclair, acting as Commissary to the Lord Bishop of St. D.ivid's,,has c oe e collated the Rev. John Williams, fteetoV of the Edinburgh Academy, to the Archdeaconry of Car- diguu, aud the annexed Prebend or Cauonry of- Llaudy vriog, in the cathedral churcfi of St. David's, also to (he Prebend or Canonry of Llanarthney, in the collegiate church of Brecon. —Edinburgh Ob- server. INDEPENDENT CHAPEI^.—A numerous nnd very respectable meetiug of Ministers was held at Lamriias- Street Meeting-house, in this town, on Wednesday and Thursday, the iiOt-h and 21st of this month, for the purpose of adopting the best mode of liquidating the debts of all the Independent Chapels in the Prin- cipality. The ministers met iu conference on the subject, at 10 and 3 o'clock on Wednesday; at six it, the evening, the Rev. Mr. Griffiths, of Holyhead, preached in English from Rom. 5, 10; aud the itev. Mr, Jones, of Llunuwllyn, in Welsh, from Mat. Hi 15; the Rev. Mr. Davies, of Glandwr, introduced the service. The ministers held a conference at seven o'clock on Thursday morning at 10 o'clock the ttev. Mr. Griffiths, of Lampeter, introduced the service, and the Rev. Mr. Davies, of Newliru, Monmouthshire, preached from Col. 3, 16 and the Rev. Mr. William?, of IVerit, ri-otii itev. 20, 1-;). At three the ministers had again a conference; and at six the Rev. Mr. Davies, of latirwst, introduced, and the Rev. Messrs. Griffiths, of Holyhead, and Morgans, of Machynlleth, preached Gal. 6, 7, and John 16,8. The meet- ings were numerously and respectably attended, and nearly '2601. were subscribed towards liquidating the debts of the various -Cari)aarthen Journal-

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