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I WELSH HYMNOLOGIST. !

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I WELSH HYMNOLOGIST. Mr. Timothy Davies, M. P.. Fuiham, pre- sided over a public, ineethlg at Llandovery on Thursday, when tributes were paid to the memory of the great hymnologifct. William?, of Ptmtyeelyn. Mr. Lletrelyn Williams, M.P., Mid that Williams^ poetry represented the struggle for emani- cipation. The epeaker Earned his audi- ence that the lo&a of the Welsh language Would uiton the loss of Pantycelyn'^ in. fluence, for thd characteristic quality of Welsh hymns was untranslatable. The loss to religious literature would be irre- trievable. The Rev. J. T. Job held that Willianir- was the greatest poet Wales "ever produced; i1 vision, imagination and practical value. The Rev. Lieut.-col. John Williams, Brynscieucyn, remarked that Dr. Lewis Edwards used to say that no one in all ths arftals of the Christian Church understood Christian theology better than Williame, Pantycelyn, with the possible exception of St. Paul. The Rev. W. E. Prytherch. who was one of the special preachers on Wednesday and Thursday evening, followed.

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