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IV IN MEMORIAM. I r DEDICATION OF STAINED GLASS WINDOW I AT ST. MARY'S. The dedication of the first stained-glass window to be placed in St. Mary's Church took place on Thursday. It has been placed in the church in memory of the late Mr. Edward Baker, who died on January 4th, 1914. St. Mary's has been singularly lacking in this form of adornment which beautifies most ancient churches, and it is to be hoped that this is but the beginning of a scheme of decoration which shall include all the windows. Another stained- glass window has already been provided for by the will of a local gentleman. The window was supplied by Messrs. Bryan's, of London, and the mason work was carried out by Messrs. Horsing- ton Bros., of Abergavenny. The window, which is a beautiful specimen of the decorative art, is situated on the south wall near the pulpit, and the subject matter is based on the Acts. At the top is a figure engaged in combat with a dragon, and underneath are the words Fight the good fight." The principal panels are filled with the figures of St. Peter, St. Paul, St. John; St. Barnabus, St. Lydia, and St. Silas, and under- neath are depicted incidents in the life of Christ. The Ven. C. A. H. Green, D.D., Archdeacon of Monmouth, performed the dedication, and the clergy present were Archdeacon Spens, the Rev. J. H. Davies, Rev. H. B. Jones, and the Rev. Morgan Gilbert (Vicar of Llanvetherine and formerly Vicar of St. Mary's). 4.

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