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j LLANGATTOCK, Peace.-The church bells rang merrily on Saturday immediately the news be- came known that peace had been signed. A special thanksgiving service was held at the church the same evening, when there was a large congregation present. The church was crowded on Sunday evening, when the thanksgiving was con- tinued, and an excellent sermon preached by the Rev. Rees, in charge of the parish during the absence of the Rector. The Te Deum was heartily sung at the close of the service. Wedding.—The marriage of Mr James Powell and Miss Emily Daw took place 1\ place at 11-30 a.m. on Monday last, the Rev. W. Evans officiating. On the en- trance of the bride, who was given away by her brother, hymn 281, "Lead us, heavenly Father," was sung, and at the conclusion of the service hymn 520, Love Divine." During the signing of the register, Wagner's Bridal March was played, and Mendelssohn's Wedding March as the wedding party left the church. The ringers afterwards rang a merry peal on the bells. The wedding breakfast was held at Maescelyn. Mr James Powell has been a bellringer and chorister of Llangattock Church for many years.

Llanelly, Breconshire.

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