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LLANFAIR. THE LATE REV. T. JEFFREY JONES.—A funeral sermon was preached at St. Mary's Church on Sun- day evening, the preacher being Rev S Reed of Llangyniew Rectory. The rev. gentleman took as his text Isaiah xxxviii, 18, 19. The congregation was very large. Rev. John Evans referred to the death ot the Vicar at Moriah Chapel on Sunday evemng. T He said it behoved him as fellow-minister of Mr. Jones's, and the oldest Nonconformist minister in the town to refer to an event which was a sorrow to all. He was pleased to be able to bear testimony to Mr. Jones's good Christian character. Mi-. Jones was naturally tender, kind and peaceful. His natural good qualities were splendid channels for spiritual religion to run into his soul. Blessed are the peace-makers,was appropriate to the memory of the deceased. He was fond of peace, and always was a peace-maker There was a promise for the peace-maker the fulfil- ment of which Mr. Jones must have enjoyed At Jones was more of a peace-maker than mos- of tham would be inclined to think. He wot, „ c J • I -I was a great power for good in the circle in which he mrr^ Mr. Jones and himself differed in many ttr politics and in their ideas of Church tiolicv he was glad to think in face of all these diV, that they were able to ri« f to appreciate a Kood character s„ch as that of M? lossoi' ir -1S; bo long cherished in the town and no" v.-id"^ an influence for good. Mr -wmjiooa as a religious tendencv as well'as .SSed ings. He had an illness bore it with Christian fortitude' M ure'-bufche ^t-^rteraai hat o^nrSn VY T°tef He Phased to have oi.'ri Vnf? L D* j ?* Putt;^tl^ a blossom on his grave, funeralAe^r<2t iriM-liility to be present at the