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ITHE LATE ARCHDEACON WILLIAMS.

BE-OPENING OF LLANSANNOR CHURCH.

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BE-OPENING OF LLANSANNOR CHURCH. This &DoIent and interesting churah, after undo Va ooneidentMe rmtontion, was re- opened on wJn. Tr:.w:xu" r during the in<mmbencyof the Be v. John Grim. mowarobdeawn of J.Judd, the nave was re- stored and fitted with open _U. The attention of the present rector, to whose efforts the work now aous in due has b,"n omtn" to the roatoraünn of the oe1and its erection of De" w&U< around the chumbyari. The work hM been ve effwtually corned out, under the ou 71ut"dence of the dimusu MoM- te?t There i8 one nry interacting monu- ment in the church, a recumbent d at a ::j\t in :;l'hTfum: that brated chief, known &a Brenin Brigam, is be. d°:t h- =tl wiU" h: wa1l8 ot the church. We were also told of a peculiar oWm tbt the rectors of this pariah wore supposed to have on the hospitality of the owner ;P=egE:H:'It' adjoining the cbarch-a atatWy building of :Le hUztbetbM period. When on S.nd.ye and holy days they ::1 ":rth:b.' the =or.(: of religious oeremonies, they had a right to ask for entertainment for themselves and their horem. We wen aot informed whether this privilege was now extended to them. Its supposed origin was a bargain entered Into between an absentee rnotor snd the proprietor 01 the GroM HoMe, the forino? reti(?K hn t?be for the supply of his immediate wants dniing his occasional and very brief so j )urn in his pwish. There is a very compact poraeuw attached to the living, built b;cl:C of Llandaff when rwtor of the parish. There were throe serviom held on the day of m .pe.ing. At 11. the owrnin service -.u rud by tbe reotor, tbel_rtI8d by ? Vi- w&s read by bridge and the Beotor of Flemings tone. A very able and earnest sermon was preached by the Vicar of Llantrisant, who took for his text. Matthew tTiU., 21. The offertory IODtueeø the prMtn! for the ChMeh MUitMt ?m read by tt: rrtidoncon of Llandaff, and a collection was mad. to meet a de6otMM)y that aWl exists in ihe baudinff fund. The .tteDduoe WM not large, but at the afternoon service there was a larger congregation. This, strvios, like the morning service, was entirely in English. The prayers were read by the rector, and the vicar of Tstndowen theleaions being read by the Arohdeaooo and the Vioar of Llaotrisaat. Ths twhw by the VMM of HM. mrvsu. Bis tsxt wMt?kentrom the ttttwrpMt t4'h:: of Exodus. Thesermon WM very ttpp'otwi?ete ?e occasion, I :Zua::heto: sarvioe i ei g?R?Toto O 6hoo at ene, when the ohuroh wu excessively crowded, many being usable to and etendiB? Mom. PmFm wao read by tbe Vicar of Htneemm, and the sermon was p~bod by Ow AeeMbeoon of Heedt<. His text WM P"hn aU. L The whM* WM Te? suen. MTe? UetMed to, WM on ChUd" unity, &ad the amt iajMytc M!i<MnMiMt<Mmd!TM<m :=:¡:u .-= dwelt at some hneth Mt the past Metofy and present aspect It -lM h h9, ?a4 nd MoOf rou&n ,;l:"w. The morality and epMtMt tateTaU yF,. cl the PrLWp&Uty were not Moh the many r$U#Lm.'Advmtam of the Country pn rcoa.

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