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LLANDYSSUL. It is understood that the Rev. D. C. Gri- ffiths. 'pustor of itbe Ponybont Baptist Chapel, Llandyssul, has accepted a call from the Aberduar Baptist Chapel, near Llanybyther, and will shortly leave to take up duties in his new place: Mr. Griffiths, who is a native of Llannon, near Llanelly, has been for nearly et-ven years at Llandyssul, and Penybont are very sorry to lose him. They have made him as com- fortable as possible during his stay, and he has likewise given the best satisfaction. The town has been very fortunate of late in its ministers, all denominations getting on exceptionally well together, being broad- minded. It is to be hoped that Penybont will be equally fortunate in getting a suc- cessory of the same type, and thereby maintain the co-denomin&tioal friendly re- lations. Mr. Griffiths leaves with the greatest regret of the whole town, and will g carry with him the best wishes of a host of friends and admirers.

LLITH TWM'BARELS.

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