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I REMARKABLE PAPER BY A CLERGYMAN. > ¡, I [FROM OUR OWN REPORTER.] « J Tlra have been many conferences in con- nection with tho Dioceae of St. Asaph, but that held at Oswestry this weo* will probably rank amongst the most successful of aU. Upwards of 1000 delegated accepted invita- tions to attend, and if it were merely for that fact alone the Conference -™>ve a "f*"7'0' rablo one. But tho outstanding: feature of the proceedings was that they were graced by the attendance of the Archbishop of Canterbury, who thus paid his finst visit to the Principality lince the days of his boyhood- His Grace was accorded a welcome worthy of his exalted position and of Wales- From the moment he arrived at Oswestry on Saturday lilj his departure on Tuesday the people overy- Where extended to him a thoroughly cordial reception- nr Dr. Davidson, who was accompanied by Mis Randall Davidson, was the guest of Lord Har- lech at Brogyntyn, and amongst the other guests invited to meet his Grace were the Earl and Countess of FOWLS, Sir Watkin Wilhams- Wynn, Bart., Canon Spooner (wai-dHm of New College, Oxford) and Mrs Spooner, the Rev. if n. V. Macmillan, chaplain to the Arch- bishop, Mr W. C. Bridgcman, M.P., and Mrs Bridgeman, Mr and Nlrs Wyrme. of Peniarth, I\Irs Malawaring, of Otley, and Miss Joan Wickham During his brief visit tho Primate practiced the strenuous life in the true sense of the word On Sunday morning he preached in the Wrexham Parish Church, and after the service motored back to Oswcstry in oompany with the Bishop of St, Asaph, callin.g at Wynnetay. the seat of Sir Watkin Wynn, for luncheon on the way In the evening hii Graoe attended service at the Oswestry parish Church. On Monday he began a hard day's work with a speech to the Governors, masters and scholars of the historical Oswestry Grammar School, proceeding immediately afterwards to a semi-public luncheon served in the Town VJyinnaaium, where he delivered a second ad- Ircss. As soon as that was over he motored* to Park Hall, where Mr and Mrs Wynne Cor- rie lield ar monstre receotiori A couple of houri later he was once nioro back in Oswes- try delivering a powerful discourse at the Par- ish Church to a huge congregation- JLwo public addresses w- e delivered by his Grace on the following morning, and these again called lor euitabjp acknowledgment- The fud programme was concluded just in time to catch the train which bore the Primate and •Mrs Randall Davidson bacik to London be- fore noon on Tuesday.

OSWESTRY SCHOOL CELEBRATES…

LORD HARLECH'S LUNCHEON.

RECEPTION AT PARK HALL.

CONFERENCE SERMON BY THE ARCHBISHOP.

ESTABLISHMENT—GOOD OR BAD…

RELIGIOUS ASPECT OF DISESTABLISHMENT…

A MUNICIPAL WELCOME.

FREE CHURCH WELCOME

THE LATE BISHOP HUGHES.

THE PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS.

DISESTABLISHMENT AND DISENDOWiVltNT