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MILITARY INTELLIGENCE.

LORD PENRHYN AND HIS QUARRYMEN.

*-ADVANCE AT DINOEmSC QUARRIES.

THE CHURCHES.

ORDINATIONS AT ST. ASAPH CATHEDRAL.

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ORDINATIONS AT ST. ASAPH CATHEDRAL. At acrdii-tat; n of t'he Lord Bishop of St. Aisiarh, held in his Cathedral Church on Sunday, the following gentlemen were ordained:— De,a,-orls.-Davi(I Jeaikin Williams, B.A., St. David's College, Lampeter. Morgan Stanley Da.vies, M.A., Hertford' CoMege, Oxford, and St. David's College, Lampeter. Edward1 Irving Watson, L.D., St. David's College, Lampeter. Gray Jones, B.A., St. David's College, Lampeter. Wilfred Griffith, B.A., St. David's College, Lampeter and St. Michael's College, Lkundaff. Arthur Wynne Thomas. L.D., St. David's Coileige, r. William Maurice Davies, B.A., St. David's College, Lam- peter. Lewis John, Dav.es, L.D., St. David's College, Lampeter, and St. Michael's (Jbljege, L!an<fci/f. Walter U-awelyu Foulkcs-Williams, B.A., St" David's College, Lampeter. By letters dimisaoa-y from tho Bishop ol Exeter:— -Ernest Wood Edwards, B.A., Ke-ble CoEcigw, Oxford. By letters dlimastory from the Bishop of Hangar Deacons.—John Morgan, B.A., Hertford Col- lege, Oxford, and Cuddlesdon College. John Jervis, R.A., St. Da^dd's College, I.ampeter. Joseph Evans Pughe, B.A., St. I3uvid's (col- lege, Lampeter. John Collins Lloyd1, St. David s Cot'ege, La.mi>eter. Priest.—Joili.n Timothy Lewis, B.A., St. lcclt David's College, Lampeter.

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