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PENTRETY(.WYN,CAHMAHTHEXSHIRE

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PENTRETY(.WYN,CAHMAHTHEXSHIRE PRESENTATION TO Tlig REV. E. M. ROBERTS AT NEW TREDEUAJI.—A meeting was held at Uchdir Congregational Chapel on Monday for the purpose of making a presentation to tne Rev, E. M. Roberta and his wife or. the occasion of their leaving for the neighbourhood of Pentretygwyn, Carmarthenshire. Mr Alderman N. Phillips presided, and was supported by the Revs. R. E. Peregrine, B.D. Rhymmey J. Francis, CwoQByfiog and W> Sanders, Tirphil (Baptists); M. Morgan, Swansea (C.M.) and the Rev. J. Evans, B.A., St. Dingat's, New Tredegar, and a large number of laymen of the surrounding district' including Barg0C(i and xiolly Bush. The Rev. J. Evans* clergyman, referred to his own advent to the place as who had come lo do set-vite, in one comer of the Ciiistian Ymayard, hut he desired to say that he had co objectuai to take part in other portions of the work when rmten t° do so. They as clergy- men had been blaiii't, n?t attending other places of worship othei than tlieir own on general matters, but the fact was t ey^vere not invited. In all probability they were opener attend such meetings as this if they would properly accorded a welcome. He had not long been in New Tredegar, and therefore did net know much of Mr Roberts, but he had been made sufhciently aware of his aood labours and of his extraordinary success that he must bear witness to motive, nn conunct had been mild and of a peaceful character, una he should not forget on such an occu'ion as tiiat It W"Ll Blessed are the peacemakers." Similar tatu- latory remarks were made by tho other J' v■ gentlemen present, as Wtll as by Messrs Llewellyn Jones, Williams, Hoily Bush; Thoophiious B-obcrti, Tii phil J.C. Jones, Bargoed, &c. The bresnutati(!ii to Mrs Roberts was mado by Mrs N. 1'1' ins, ttm oldest female member of the church, co,isr[l of two silver cups and an elegantly j°Uu:i book, while an address vvis handed to Mr n°bf0r's by Mr John Evans the oldest deacon con- in wit!l Uehdir Cnurcb. Mr Roberts responded CrePel,,h.QUc lenns, gracefully acknowledging the 011N ,vllidtless he had 0:1 all occasion.? received, not be Ion "it10 '"embers of church, but from parties piw.i- °v< "v denomination in ihe locality. The Cl.Oll a ltd fir. t v in' ♦ 1 ,iin c'<)!-al singers rendered cfhcientservice 1 1 > t an<i a cordial vote of thanks was accoidcd to the chairman »t the close,

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