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THE IRISH CHURCH.I

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"Y GOHEBYDD" VERSeS LORD PENRHYN.

LLANUXiA'NIX, XE,\R COX WAY.

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LLANUXiA'NIX, XE,\R COX WAY. Tne newer church of tins pinsh, though built ouly twenty-eight years ago has become so dilapidated as to require c-msi terablo repms. Subscriptions were there- for solicited for this purpose, and t ie response was such as to enable the Kectir to close tue church nearly three mouths ago, all(I it t., a tbvrougb restora- tion. On Wednesday, the 14th iust, it was re-opened with haivest thanksgiving services. At eleven p.m., au English service was well attended, and in the evening the church was thronged, and very hearty was the thank- fulness showu on this doubly joyful occasion. Tile neW- roofed aiid greatly iiii proved chiii-eii was very prettily and tastefully decorated with corn and ferns, bright berries, and evergreens. The much respected vicar of Carnarvon, whose good father was once curate of this parish, gave most able and appropriate sermons, and collections were made towards the fund for repairing this, and the older church, the restoration of which is now iu progress. Mr Joseph Hughes, of Glad Conway, is the builder em, ployed, and his conscientious etforts under the direction of Mr Kennedy, of Bangor, give every promise of proving most satisfactory.

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