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LLANGOLLEN.

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NORTHOP. ENGLISH CHAPEL.-On Wednesday last, the "memorial stone" of the new Eugh.sh Chapel, to be a branch of the Congregational Church at Mold, was laid by Mr. John Ashwcrth, of Manchester, in the presence of a large company. The dedicatory prayer was offered by the Rev. P. W. D irnton, B.A., of Chester, and an exposition of Congrega- tional principles was given by the Rev. David Oliver, of Holywell. During the day it was an- nounced tn: t Mr. R. M. Davies, secretary of the bedding fund, had received £10 from the"Duke cf Westminster, £ 35 from the iSToith Wales English Congregational Union, £ 15 from the Coward Trus- tees, and 410 from Messes. Ha worths, Manchester. In addition to these gifts, stuns were placed on the stone, including £ 40 by Mr. Ashwortb (of which he gave £ 20 and collected" £ 20), £ 10 from Mr. Hudson, X5 Mrs. Pe' ers, and other sums, making a total of nearly £ 2^0, site anj cartage inclusive, so that not much more than X150 will be needed to open the place iree of debt. At nig-bt, after a most successful tea party in the National Schoolroom, kindly lent by the Vicar, a public meeting was held in theCÜvinistic: Methodist- Chapel, when addresses were given by theJEievs. Joseph D.wics (Mostyn), Henry J^H; ti' r (Wrexham), Burford Hooke (Mold)] Messrs. David Rooerts (Chester), Joen Pritchaiu, junr., and Lewis Everett, Mold. On Tuesday evening an introductory service was hold in Welsh, when the R^V3. Tii. s. Roberts (Mold), and David Roberts (Wrexham) chairman of the Congregational Union of Wales, preached to a large congregation.

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