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To the Editor of THE JOURNAL.

THL CLERGY HOUSE OF REST.j

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THL CLERGY HOUSE OF REST. To the Editor of THE JOURNAL. Sir.Will you kindly allow me to make known to the clergy the House of Rest which Mrs Richard- son, of Glanbrydan Park, has so thoughtfully built for them. The following are the rules The object of Gwestfa is to supply comfort- able rooms for clergy requiring a change, from overwork or other causes. The rooms will be rent free. Visitors to provide their own food, and to make a small payment of 2s a week to the house- keeper for attendance and cooking, or Is 6d each, in the case of two persons sharing the large bed- room. No extra fee to be given on leaving. If preferred, board included at 12s a week. All appli- cations in the diocese, without exception, to be made through one of the Archdeacons. No visitor to remain longer than one month. Convalescents, recovering from any infectious disease, will not be admitted. Visitors are requested to enter their names and addresses in the book provided for the purpose. "Gwestfa" was opened on Monday, April 14th, 1890, for the reception of visitors. It is requested that a week's notice may be given to Mrs Richardson, before leaving, and that any com- plaints should be made direct by letter to her. Glan Rhyd Station is within five tnintites' walk of Gwestfa." Clergy and their wives or young men reading for orders received." I am, yours faithfully, A CLERGYMAN.

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