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Liyfrau Cyhooddedig ac ar Weith gan Mri. Farrant a Frost, Swyddfa'r "Llan a'r Dyws gaeth. SECOND SERIES, EIGHT SERMONS AND ADRESSES DELIVERED BY THE REV. FATHER BENSON, Superior of the Society of St. John Evangelist, AT A FAEOCHIAL RETREAT Held in S. David's Church, in the Parish of Merthyr Tydfil, On Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday, December 11th, 12th, and 13th, 1667. PRICE ONE SHILLING, POST FREE. Merthyr Tydfil. FARRANT AN FROST, Llan a'r Dy wysogaeth Office. 31, "V 3P 3M AT WASANAETH ATHRAWON YR YSGOL SUL, t'rf Grfyniadau or Lyfratt Hanesyddol yr Hen De-stamen t. Gan y Parch. EVAN JONKS. B.D., Rheithor Trefdraeth, Penfro. Pius GD GYDA'R POST, 7D. Merthyr Tydfil FAEEANT a FJCST, Swyddfn Y J Jan a'r Dy wysogaeth." THE ADVANTAGES OF A NATIONAL CHURCH: OR WHY SHOULD THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND BE DISESTABLISHED AND DISENDOWED ? AN ADDRESS DELIVERED BY THE HEV. C. J. THOMPSON, M.A., Vicar of St. Johns, Cardiff. TRIOR ONE PZNNY. Merthyr Tydfil: Meaxrs. FARRANT AND FROST. Llan a'r Dy wysogaet-h Office. THE BEST CLASS REGISTER PUBLISHED. SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS REGISTER from Advent to Advent, with additional *pare tor pupils' addresses, &c., as well as other mis- cellaneous information. PRICE 2D. EACH. Sample sent free for Two Stamps. Messrs. FA HUAXT AND FROST, Publishers, Llan a'r Dywysogaetli" Office. JUST PUBLISHED, Y PRIMER BACH: [SECOND EDITION] A WELSH BOOK OF INSTRUCTION AND DEVOTION, CONTAINING Instruct'ons on the Creed, the Ten Command- ments. On the Sacraments and Ordinances of Religion, Baptism, Confirmation, &c. The Encliaristic Sacrifice, and Communion Ceremonies of the Church, &c. Devotions bcfore"Bo]y Communion, in Church at Holy Communion, and Thanksgiving after Holy Communion. A Litany of the Passion, a Litany of the Blessed Sacrament, and a Litany of a Happy Death. And other Occasional Prayers. PRICE EIGHTPEXCE: POSTAGE 1-JD. SOLD BY Messrs FARRANT AND FROST, Llan a'r Dywys- ogaetli" Office. JUST PUBLISHED. PHILIPS' NEWLY ENGRAVED of Stanley's Explorations in Africa, From 18L8 to 1889. with short account of the same. PurCR Is. Sent post frf-e by Messrs. FABBAM AND Fitosr, Merthyr Tydfil. QUININE BITTERS GWII.Yn EVAWS C Yw Mcddyginiaeth oreu yr Oes AT ANHWYLDERAU Y CYLLA, Y GIAU, YR AFU, PESWCH, AO YMOSODIADAU GAUAFOL. Anmhrisiadwy yw rliag pesweh blin, ffiem. a llysnafedd yn mhibellan y gwyut. poeri gwaed, ac arwyddion hlaennf y darfodenigaet.li. Hefyd, y macnt yn ddiail i wella ansawdd y gwaed, i fwrw n:hn bob anmhuredd a Hygredd o bono, ac i iaeliaii a nertliu cylelirediadau bywiol y corph. Defnyddir Quinine Bitters Gwilym Evans gan gVilion ymhob gulad sydd yn dioddef oddiwrth nychdod, gwemlid, a Ilesnedd. Y can- A lyniad natnriol o hyu yw fod pawb sydd wedi gwneyd prawf arno yn cyduno i ddweyd mai Quinin: BitterS Gwilym Evans I yw Meddyginiaeth oreu yr oes. TYSTIOi AE THAU DIWEDDAR. Summer Grove, Birmingham; Cliwef. 20, 1889 I BRONCHITIS. BRONCHITIS. BRONCHITIS. BRONCHITIS Y mae yn hyfrydweh genyf allu anfon y dystiolaeth lion i elnvi. Bum ar adesrau am (Iro, I)iiiii'-mlyne(ld yn dioddef gan glefyd yr ysgy faint (bron- chitis), nc mewn eanlyniad yr oedd fy hon nerf:m wedi eu gwrmlian Bn nmryw fedd- ygon yn gweini o dro i dro, ond nid oeddwn yn cacl fawr les. O'r di.vedd, cym- hellwyd fi i roddi prawf ar QUINTNEBITTERSGWIL- YM EVANS, a da genyf allu dweyd, yr wyf yn ddyn new- ydd hollol, a bydd i mi ei •ranmawl wrth bawb.—Yr eiddoch yti ywir, T. SIIARPE. Quinine Bitters Gwilym Evans. J Upper Maenon, Penmaenmawr, Mai 7fed. 1889. G WEN DID. GWESDID. GWEN DID. G WEN DID. It Anwyl Syr,-Viae yn hy. frydwch o'r mwyaf genyf dystio i'r lleshad rhyfeddol a gefais drwy ddefnyddio eich QUININE BITTERS enwog. Nis gallaf feddwl am yr on feddyginiaeth yn y byd i'w cliyffelybn iddi, am fy mod yn gwybod drwy brofiad mai Iii fu yn foddion i achub fy mywyll ar ol bod mor wanaidd fel o'r fcruidd y gallwn symnJ yn fy ngwelv, fel y gwyr pawb o'm cymydogioD. Yr wyf yn ei hnrgyrnell i bawb sydd yn dioddef oddiwrth unrhyw wendid. — Yr eiddoch yn gywir, MARGARET T. WILLIAMS. Paham y Iliodddwch oddiwrth ddoluriau pan y mae meddyginiaeth naturiol, syml, ac effeith. iol ïw chael yn Quinine Bitters Gwilym Evans? Pris—Potcli, 2,. 9c.; eto, divbl faint, 4s. 6e. I'wgaelymhobmau. Goruchwylwyr ymhob parth o'r byct. Os ceir unrhyw anhawsder i'w gael, danfonir ef am y prisiau uchod yn rhad a dio<;el drwy y Post i unrhyw gyfeiriad yn y Deymas GyfunoJ, yn ijfticmgyrchol oddiwrth y perclienogion—<• S QUININE BITTERS MANUFACTURING COMPANY (LIMITCD), LLANELLY, SOUTH WALES. i < PEINTINGr of all kinds executed without nelay, in the best style of the art, and at reasonable prices at the office of this paper. Church and Choir Notices, Bills and Tickets for Entertainments, &c. What the Trade Journals say of our work:— .1 From the office of Messrs. Farrant and Frost, Printers, of Merthyr Tydfil, we have received a number of specimens of general printing (chiefly concert work) of a very super- ior character. Where so many nice things are shown, it is not easy to particularise. The bulk of the programmes and cards show several original designs, successfully carried out, and even where nothing out of the ordinary run has been attempted, the job bears the stamp of neat and excellent workmanship. Two programmes —for a volunteer and an orchestral concert— are good samples of new and attractive ideas for this special class of printing, and indeed the whole collection from this house bears impress ef having been produced in a well-stocked office by efficient haada."—"TheLondon, Provincial, and Colonial Press Nøws," April 26th, 1887. Meht-r. Fnrrant & Frost, Printers, 135, High street, Merthyr, and 8 Canon street, Aber- dare, send samples chiefly of bazaar and pro- gramme work-itll first rate. Some of the ideas are original and very happy."—The Paper and. Printing Trades Journal," December, 1887. to Messrs. Farrant Sf Frost, Merthyr Tydfil, send us the four-page announcement of a fancy fair in aid of the restoration of the Parish Church of Merthyr. Worked throughout in the stylo of om- ancestors as regards both type and spelling, the announcement with its quaint design of an old fashioned crier who begins the text with the time honoured Oyez Oyez and with its chocolate- li iie(I ink solidly impres- sed uppn rough deckle-edged p iper is strikingly adapted to its purpose."—■" The Paper and Printing Trades JournalMarch, 1888. Messrs. Farrant & Frost. 13.1, High street. Merthyr Tydfil, Very superior specimens in. (leed-itil tastefully done in the beat style.. The booklet, Marriage, is it a Failure ?" compo. ed of extract* fr 111 the p.»et.< who think it is ni t n failure, is quite a gem iii its way, its material aspect being worthy of the beauty of its literary conteiits.-Th. Paper and Printing Trades Journal, June, 1889. BOOKBINDING. by competent workmen on the Premises. Miss- ing p,'rt.s of Magazines, &c., procured to eolU. plete. Church Bibles and Prayer Books repaired The first section of the Folio Church Prayer Books supplied new in place of torn ones in Wel?h or English, ACCOUNT BOOKS 1 of any pattern ruled, printed, and bound in all descriptions of binding. BELIEF STAMPING from engraved dies in colours or plain. Dies sunk. Monograms designed and Ariii., found, BOOKS, in all Departments of Literature in stock. Cash Discount. Any work not in stock procured iu a few days, and forwarded by post to all parts of the country fr-c of charge, Depot, of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. Books for Sunday School Prizes a special feature. All the Monthly Magazines regularly supplied STATIONERY, Fancy and Commercial. A large and varied stoek ot Note Paper from 4,d. per packet. Envelopes from Id. per 100. Sermon paper in stock, or specially ruled to order. Mem. Books from (nl. per dozen. Reporters' Note Books from Id. each. Copy Books ruled to any pattern, and supplied with name of School, &c., for quantities. -h_ Allan o'r Wasg. Pris SWLLT, Ymddyddanion AR 01 Egwyddorion Eglwysig," CAN Y P A H C II. J. l-to WEST, M.A., Periglor Wrawley a Chanon Lincoln. Cyfieithedig gan PARCH. E. PHILIP HOWELL, M.A., Prif 4thrww ¥fJ{JQl RamadeJol BgUllJ1O;¡. YN cynwvs dadleuon ar y testynau canlynnl: -1. Micah. ncn Hunfui-dwyll mewu Crjf- ydd. 2. Cred a bydd gadwedig. 3. Ar natur Troedigaeth 4. Yr unig wasanaetli a drefn- wyd gan Grist Ei I-Iiiiian. 5. Y Cymnn Sanct- aidd. (J Yr angenrheidrwydd o <.yfranogi o'r Cyrnun Sanctaidd. 7. Eglwj^s a Chapel. 8. Undeb Cristiotiogol. 9. Tair Prif Erthygl Undeb Cristiotio-ol Uji Bedydd, Un Allor, Un Eagob. 10. Tair Erthygl Hanfodol Undeb Cristionogol • Un Bedydd, Un Allor, Un Efigob 11. Ymddvddau rliwii;4 Offeiriad ne imryw (,*i Bl^yfojioft ar wi.,I)Riol antiawsdprau,$c.t yn nghylclx dwy bienodi ac Rffudiad ar Olyniaeth Apostolaidd. 11 IVe do not know their equals for force of reasoning and perspicuity. We wish to mention these tracts in ten of the strongest recommen- (Jatpi}."—ChPTfh Time. Yn phad eipwy y fist m 1. go. oddiwrth y Cyfieithydd. CHARLES'S Electric Corn and Wart Cure. A NEW and Painless Cure for Corns and Warts; it contains no mineral acids, caustics, or anything injurious; it has the ad- vantage over similar preparations in being quite painless, Sucoess is Certain! Beware of Imitations! In bottles, 9id, and Is. ltd. each, or to any Address on receipt of lid. or Is. 3d. in Stamps. TESTIMONIALS. 31, High Street, Evesham, August 9th, 188G Sir. I shall be obliged by your sending me another bottle of your preparation for corns (stamps Is. 3d, enclosed). I do not think a aire for corns has yet been uiscoverel. but my wife hr:s found your preparation by far the best she has used, and she has tried many kinds,—Yours truly, JOIIN S. SLATER, M.R.C.S., L.S.A. Mr. Charles. Dear Sir,—I had thirty-six warts on one hand one bottle of your Corn and Wart Cure completely removed .every one of them. Signed, J. E. THOMAS, Telegraph Messenger, Brecon Post Office. Mount, Landore, near Swansea, 18th May, 1889. Mr. Charles,— ir,-Plense send me another bottle of your Corn Cure. I find it invaluable, and worth a guinea a bottle,—Yours truIr, D. MITCHELL. WHOLESALE AGENTS. LONDoN-Barclay and Sons, 95 Farringdon Street. LIVERPOOL—D. Jones and Co., 31 Red Cross Street. RETAIL AGENTS. London—Lamplough and Co., 113 Holborn. I „ Lamplough and Co., 9a, Old Broad Street. Whiteley, Westbourne Grove. Tredegar—Pegler and Co., Grocers, Tregaron—T. Jones, Chemist. Llanelly-Rantl;:¡,J1 and Sons, Grocers. Swatisea-T,iylor and Co., Grocers. Mcrihyr-Guus;m and Co., Grocers. Newport, illoii-Gunson and Co., Grocers. Ca-i-diga.,i-T. Davies, Glo'ster House. Car(liff-Strantiglian and Stephens. Pon typridd-regler and Co., Gropers, Aberdare- do. do, Ilontypool- do. do. Bry)tirawr- do. do. Ebbw Vale- do. do. Doiclais- do. do. I"ei itdale- do. do. Tylorstoivn—J. E. Jones, Grocer. Carnarvon—Evans and Hughes. Neath—Llewellyn and Co., Grocers. Hay Stolioe, Chemist. Abe,i-tistwith-N.LO,Y.pS, Qyoeep. Machyntieth-J. M. Breeze. Liverpool-Le.wis and Co. Dritbigh-W. Price Jones, The Piazza. Uhyl-J. T. Jones, Aled House. Wrexham—C. and K. Benson and Cq. Ilave,rford,west-Tliomas Deveremç. Newport, Pem.-I,fr. MofgfinSj (JhffiS New QVtViy—M*- 1,ans, Chemist. Builth-Mr. Price, The Stores. PUBLICATIONS OF THE CHURCH DEFENCE INSTITUTION (CYHOEDDIADAU CYMDEITHAS AM- DDIFFYWOL YR EGLWYS.) Yr Eglwys yn hghymru, ai Gwrtkwynebwyr. Ancrchiad a draddodwyd gan Fsgb Llanelwy yn Neimdd Gyhoeddus Truro nos lau, Tackwedd 7fed, 1889, larll Mount Edcombe yn y gadair. Pris Ceiniog. Z- The Church in Wales. A Speech delivered in the House of Commons by H. Byron Reed, Esq., M.P., May 14, 1889. Price Id. The Speech of the Right [Ion. Cecil Bailees, ¡JI.I-)., in the House of Commons, March 9, 1886, on Alr. DiUwyris Motion for the Di sestablishment of the Church in Wales. With Appendix. Price One Penny. The Church in Wales: Reply to Mr. II. Richard's Letter to the Daily News." By the Rev. Canon Ilevon. Price 3d. Y Cynwrf Gwi thddegymol yn Nghymru: Gwrthdystiadau gcin Anghyd- jfurfwyr. Jihit" 1. Price Is. per 100. Gidadweinimjr Rhyddfrydig ar Ddadgysylltiad. Is per 100. Roblogaetli GrefyddoI Llocgr. 2s. per 100. Cyntdeiihas Rhyddhad Crefydd ai Chynllun Bicriadediq. 2s. per 100. Cyclradcloldeb Crefyddol. 2s. per 100. John Ellas ar Eglwys Is. per 100. A ddylai fod Eqlwys Scfydlcdig ? Is. per 100., C'yflwr prcsaiol funic y .Degtnri, 2s. per 100. Dadwaddoliad yr Eglwys yn ci Noaweddiad Arianol ac yn ei gysyllt- iad a'r Cyhoedd. Is. per 100. Ymddiddan rhwng Dan 0 Blwyfolion ar Gwesiiwn yr Eglwys ar if ladwriacth. d. each. Yr hyn y mae yr Eglwys Wladol yn Gosiio. 2s. per 100. Rhai 0 Uaaiadau Amxindclus Cywdeithas y Dadgysylltiad. 2s. per 1 Ou. Mel yw Eglwys Sefydlcdig yn un camwn ag Ywneillduwyr. Is. per 100. Byr-Hanes dr Ymosodiad Î Anghyfiaion a wneir yn awr ar "Eglwys Loefr, ynghyd a Thaer Apeliad am Gymorth a Chefnogaeth 0 Blaid Sefydliad Amddifynol yr Eglwys. Gan W. H. F. Edge, M.A. Price 3d. "Wedi ci Rydd-gyfieithu i'r Gyniraeg gan y Parch. Thomas Walters. D.D., Ficer Llansamlet. Yr Eglwys yn Nghymru. Llythyrau at Ddadgysylltwyr. By the Be v. Canon Bevan. Price 3d. I Golygiadau Mr. Gladstone ar Ddadsefydliad yn Nghymru. Araith a draddodwyd yn IShy y Cyfrredin. Mai, 1870, yn y ddadl ar gynygiad Mr. Wntkin Williams i Ddadsefydlu yr Eglwys yn Nghymru. Price Id., or Gs per 100. Crefydd !/??, Anerchiad a draddod- wyd gan Ddeon Bangor yn y Guild Hall, Caernarfon, dydd Iau, Bhagfyr 20fed, 1883. Price One Penny, Gs. per 100. In Araith Arglwydd Selborne ar yr Eglwys yn Nghymru. Cciniog yr un, neu chwe' swllt y cant. Ffeithiau am yr Eglwys yn Nghymru. Gan Mr. W. E. Gladstone. Chwe'cheiniog y cant, neu bum1 swllt y fil. THE CHURCH DEFENCE INSTITUTION, 0, BRIDGE STREET, WESTMINSTER. 1O'f" .r"fI"7>\?ft>C'f:!l"1'TJ, Argyamvyd a Chyhoeddwyd gan Mri..FAUUANT a FKOST, 185, High Street, Merthyr Tydfil ct Mavvrtli 7, 1890.