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OLD AGE, )

--AN EVENING VISION.

0 -AN AUTUMN REVERIE.

(!)Itr iilmmt Sablf.

C E R1; 1 < i Y D It UID10…

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C E R1; 1 < i Y D It UID10 N. TEA PARTY ANDCOXCHRT.—Thisvillagewasunusually lively on Friday last, on account of a tea party and amateur coucert being held in the National Schoolroom, in aid of the juvenile clothing club, established in the place through the unwearied exertions of the Kev. P. Owen, the indefatigable curate of the parish. The day was exceedingly tine, and a very large number embraced the opportunity to testify their respect for the worthy curate, and their willingness to do good to the rising generation. About four o'clock, nearly 300 of every age and sex sat down to tea specially provided for the occa- sion by Mrs Faram, Bwlchybeudy; Mrs Parry, Queen's Head; llrs Jones, London House; Mrs Jones, New Shop, &c. &c. The following gentlemen were also pre- sent, and took an active part iu the proceedings :-Rev. P. Uwen, curate of the parish Hev. J. Jones, curate of St. John's, Brecon, South Wales; Mr l'arry; Mr Hughes, &c. A little after six o'clock the door was opened the second time for the long-looked-for concert After some introductory remarks from the Hev. P. Owen, a long awl well-selected programme was gone through iu a very creditable manner. The Misses Jones, Vicarage, Llangwm, sung and played many excellent pieces, and were several times encored. Mr Roberts, Diumel, and Miss Lloyd, Cymrn, also sang various Bangs aud were encored. The Cerrigydruidiou Choir gave some fine glees, which elicited rapturous applause. In the intervals the audience were diverted by two young aud talented Welsh poets, Llew Hiraethog and Taliesin lliraetliog, who gave several pithy verses, amusing anec- dotes and appropriate addresses. The Rev. J. Jones also delivered a short address on lt The importance of doing good, and cultivating different talents." After a vote of thanks to the ladies for their great liberality in providing the tea in the afternoon the Misses J ones and other strangers for taking active part in the concert, and also a complimentary vote of thanks to the Choir for the excellent glees, the whole company sang God save the Queen," and then the vast assemblage dispersed with llUlnistakeable mdlCatlOns of gratification. Besides the ladies and gentlemen aforementioned we noticed also Thomas Layland and William Bond, Esqrs, London; J. Jones, Esq., Bangor; Mrs Davies, Brynafalleu; Mrs Lloyd, Tytuiyllan, &c., &e. HARVEST THANKSOIVINQ.—On Friday, the 2nd mat., a harvest thanksgiving service was held in the parish church, when the Hev. J. M. Jones, curate, read the service, and the Rev. E. Roberts, incumbent of Llanfi-I liangelglynmyfyr, preached a most powerful discourse to a very large and attentive congregation.

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