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THE CHURCH REVOLT AT CLYDACH…

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THE CHURCH REVOLT AT CLYDACH VALE. -0-- APOLOGY TO THE REV. J. D. JAMES (VICAR) & THE CURATES OF ST. THOMAS' CHURCH, LLWYNYPIA, GLAMORGAN. -0-- In our issue of July 10th we published, under the title of "The Church Revolt at Clydach Vale," a paragraph alleging that instead of trying to heal the breach the local clergy bad endea- voured to widen it by burning a number of Welsh books in use at St. Thomas' Church, and that considerable indignation was felt amongst the Church folk and Nonconformists alike in the district at the burning of the Sunday-school books and also the hymn books given by Canon Roberts, and that before the climax was reached, the Vicar of Llwynypia repeatedly expressed his sympathy with the Welsh side of the dispute, but that the profession and practice did not tally. We are informed by the Vicar's solicitors that the local clergy did not burn or order to be burnt any Welsh books." As stated in our issue of July 17th, we are glad to accept this assurance. Welsh books were burnt, but not by them, or by their orders. We, therefore, freely withdraw all statements made in those issues of our paper in any way reflecting on the Rev. J. D. James or any of his curates we apologise to these gentlemen for having erroneously concluded that what was done was done by their orders and we regret exceedingly that any pain or annoyance should have been caused them by our unfortunate error.

PIGEON STEALING AT NELSON.

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Cycling Notes. 4.

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