Vey interesting- and successful one. Mr. Daniels and Mr. Thompson taking- a prominent part in the discussion that followed. Mr. R. Jones in the chair. -KELTER. TABERNACLE, KING'S CROSS. An interesting debate on Is denominationalism avourable to the advancement of Christianity was the programme of the Literary Society last Saturday evening. The openers were Mr. W. H. Thomas of ~ew College, and Mr. Morris Thomas of Tolmers quare Institute, and it became evident from the fuSt was a case Greek meeting Greek; and ne high standard of excellence—both in argument- ative and literary merit-has seldom been equalled in the society. The audience was not very numerous, and the chair was occupied by Mr. Glyn Evans. Mr. W. H. Thomas in opening for the affirmative side of the subject dwelt very largely on the histor- Ical proofs of the usefulness of denominationalism, and argued very closely on the commercial-like SuPeriority of that system, in creating a rival of another section, maintaining that in such rivalry alone ^as honest advancement and real enthusiasm. He ePrecated sectarianism, which he classed as the out- p°me of fanatic denominationalists, and hoped to see 1 s evil effects effaced from our midst. Mr. Morris Thomas introduced a deal of vigour enthusiasm, based evidently on thorough con- ction, in opposing the subject. He argued that p th splitting- up of Christianity was inconsistent with e teachings of the Gospel. What we require is not Creeds and Dogmas, but that spirit of union nich ennobles the individual life, purifies society, elevates the moral and social standard of man. be Elding- UP God's kingdom on earth would better advanced by the confederation of all fhurches and chapels into one universal army, united Q one harmonious whole in worshipping the one Chri f°r the one cause the world for s interest taken in the subject made the sub- HUent discussion very animating, and among- those j) 0 took part were Messrs. D. C. Evans, M. Hughes, O Peate, John James and others. lar ne characteristic of the evening was an unusually prcfG numker of Welsh speakers. This was an im- « QVernent in the right direction. Evidently K»w&d'S." letter. in the last number of the T »as not been written in vain.—T. J. JEWIN NEWYDD. yr ^naliwyd Cyfarfod Te a Chyngherdd blynyddol h0n F,. ys hon, nos Iau, Ionawr I7eg, g-wnaeth y a eu rhan yn rhagorol wrth y byrddau &Wed?-ii llu ™a)vr ynghy^' ac Yr oedd digon a We^i wedi ei ddarparu ar eu cyfer. Yn fuan Hie^h y caPel fe lanwyd pob eisteddle, fel y lliaws ddyfod i mewn; cymerwyd rhan yn y cyngherdd gan y cantorion canlynol:—Miss Emily Da vies, Miss Morfydd Williams, Miss Meredyth Elliott, Mr. Maldwyn Humphreys, a. Mr. Emlyn Davies. Dadganwyd hefyd gan gor y merched, parti o'r meibion, a chan gor y capel. Yr oedd y canu ar y cyfan yn rhagorol, a gorfu i rai o honynt ail ganu. Da oedd genyf weled y gantores enwog Miss Elliott yn mhlith y Cymry, yr hon a wnaeth ei rhan yn ardderchog. Cafwyd anerchiadau brwd- frydig gan Timothy Davies, Ysw., y cadeirydd, y Parch. J. Cynddylan Jones, D.D., a'r Parch. J. E. Davies, M.A., gweinidog y lie. Yr oedd yn gyng- herdd o chwaeth uchel, ac yn deilwng o'r ty yn mha un yr oedd yn cael ei gynal. Gresyn na fuasai i'r bobl ieuainc hyny oedd yn gwneyd swn mor anwedd- aidd, yn gwrandaw ar yr apeliadau atynt. Nos Sadwrn, y Sabbath, a nos Lun, 1ge9, 2ofed, a'r 2 lain cyfisol, cynnaliwyd y Cyfarfod Pregethu blynyddol, pryd y gweinyddwyd gan y Parchedigion John Hughes, Carneddau a J. Cynddylan Jones, D.D., Caerdydd. Cafwyd cynulliadau da a phreg- ethu rhagorol, yn neillduol pregeth y Parch. John Hughes nos Sabbath, ar Ddarlun Joseph." Da genyf weled nad ydyw pregethu yr Efengyl wedi colli ei ddylanwad. Gwnaed casgliad yn y gwahanol gyfarfodydd tuag at ddileu y ddyled sydd ar y capel; y mae yn aros o ddeutu £ 1,400. Derbyniwyd yn ystod y cyfarfodydd addewidion am dros gant a haner o bunnau. Dangosir llawer iawn o ffyddlon- deb gan rai i'r achos o flwyddyn i flwyddyn, gresyn na byddai i eraill gymeryd eu hesiampl fel y gallesid clirio yr oil o'r ddyled yn fuan.—GWYNEDDUN. BORO' CHAPEL. The 4th monthly Concert was held at the above chapel, on the 18th inst., when a lengthy programme was gone through. The concert was given entirely by local talent, and some of the performers deserve genuine praise for the admirable way in which they rendered the songs and recitations. A pianoforte duet by Miss Sally Jenkins and Miss Jennie Jones made a very good opening, and the young ladies are to be commended on the way they played. Among the chief features were the good rendering of "Rock me to sleep mother," by Miss Harriet Edwards, and Home dearie home," by Miss May John. The delivery of the Old arm chair," by Miss Lizzie Roberts, deserves great praise, as do the recitations by Miss Jennie Morgan, Miss Annie Morgan, Master W. A. Jones and Mr. W. Jones. A dialogue, entitled Mrs. Thompson and her daughters," came in for a good round of applause, the performers being Miss Myfanwy Wood, Miss Harriet Edwards and Miss Maggie Lewis. Messrs. W. Lewis, W. R. Watkins, W. Jones, J. Hughes, Rees and D. L. Evans, had their usual success. As a novelty a sight-singing contest was introduced which proved very interesting; three singing the piece correct, viz. Miss Harriet Edwards, Master David Lewis, and Mr. Rees. Mr.