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ST. ASAPH. MISSIONS TO CENTRAL AFRICA.—The Rev. H. Row. ley, for three years a member of the Oxford, Cambridge, Dublin, and Durham Mission to Central Africa, but who has lately been obliged by ill-health to return to England, gave an interesting account of the prospects of missionary work in that country, at the National School, in this city, on Wednesday week. The Lord Bishop presided. The lecture was illustrated with drawings and diagrams. A collection was made at the close of the meeting. Mr. Rowley also delivered his lecture at Ruthin on Thursday.

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