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To the Editor of the Monmouthshire Merlin, SIR,—I know from experience that the characteristic features of your Journal are truth and impartiality; I am aware, also that your excellent paper is very extensively circulated, and the information which it contains, equally appreciated and knowing thus much, I am anxious you should give a place, in your columns, for the following remarks :— I am an inhabitant of the parish of Trevethin, and am, as I presume I ought to be, accustomed to attend ihe parish church. But, Sir, I am there subjected to very great inconvenience, from tbe want of proper accommodation, end hence the source of my complaint. It must be truly gratifying to the reverend incum. bent to see the church in which be is privileged to minister, well filled, with congregations anaious to hear the doctrinca of the gospel preached in their purity and simplicity. But it must, at tbe same time, be a source of deep regret to every Tight minded Christian, to see an indefatigable Christian hindered, in his im. portant sphere of usefulness and thia ia decidely the case with tbe minister of Trevethin, inasmuch as he cannot invite the peo. ple of his charge to come into the sanctuary of the Most High, simply because there is not room." He cannot admonish his parishioners, according to the apostolic injunction, not to for- sake the assembling of themselves together," for the want of a suitable place wherein for them to assemble. It would be useless for him to go out in the high ways, lanes, and hedges, to compel them to come in, for the very cogent reason that there is no room sufficient, wherein they might come. And why all this? Why should not the parishioners of Trevethin have a sanctuary equal to those of Usk, Caerleon, Blaenavon, &c: 1 I trow not. Our Dissenting brethren can, with the most laudable zeal, apeedily erect their apacious and commodious chapels, and they can pay for them too. Why, then, should not the rich church- going parishionera of Trevethin cause to be razed to the ground that old dilapidated structure, wherein they are wont toassemble, and rear in its stead A building worthy the name of a Temple for the Lord God of Haste to dwell in ? I am, yours, &c., A CHURCHMAN TO THE SPINAL MARROW. Pontypool, September, 1845.

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