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PRESENTATION TO SWANSEA MINISTER. An interesting event took place at the Oxford-street United Methodist Church, Swansea, on Friday. After the usual weekly tea a large company of friends gathered in the church parlour, when Mr C. Reed, on behalf of the church, made a presentation of a purse of gold to the Rev. F. and Mrs. Sparrow. Mr. Reed re- marked that they all admired the fine work of their minister, and they regarded I the past three and a half years as among the brightest and happiest of their his- tory. They had enjoyed unbroken unity, steady progress, and affectionate fellow- ship, and as a token of the love they felt for Mr. Sparrow he had the utmost plea- sure in handing him a purse of gold. I Mr. J. Godfrey said they had great ad- miration for their pastor's preaching ability, his enthusiasm, and other gifts, I but more than that they loved him for himself, and he hoped that, for many yea.rsl Mr. Sp?row would remain with them. Mr. Bennett and others joined in the good wishes, and Mr. Sparrow, who was completely surprised, feelingly replied. Swansea to him was a delightful sphere, and tho Oxford-street Church the finest sphere in all the world. He and his were unspeakably happy, and here they hoped to stay yet awhile.

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