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64 Intelligence . —Unitarimn fleeting in Wales .
Several sentiments were given , embracing the great objects of religious truth , and civil and religious freedom , which drew some excellent speedx ^ s from I \ 5 r . Frend , Mr . Rutt , and other gentlemen ; and the evening concluded to the
general satisfaction oJ the company . O vying to the very unfavourable state of the weather , the attendance was not so nu merous as at the pcocedingadrtivwsaryY bat the new Subscribers , both life and tmual , exceeded in numfecr those adsiefcfc t * the listiaaayfopcneir year , - ^ H ^ MMMHtaMipAMt ^ k ^ itttfi ^^ MW '
oration which he had on the preceding-Tuesday , delivered at GiUiorinen , over the remains of his highly esteemed frictfd , orfe of the most excellent of ^ tne excellent of the earth , " Mr . Thomas Moreai ; . as loner aa hi&
strength lasted , miuister at Blaengurach . His old friends awd acquaintances were very sensibly affected at the recital of tbe mwa $ ftrtttc ^ wit h which his innocent life was adomed beanng UonOwitctiJe aad aftee ^ nate testimonyf : t 6 ttfe jpstne ^ s <^ f iBe < i $ i * rsfctfer aflfcribed . t&Ai $ i 3 : Vi * Wteswal cipfoixsly shed , ttis clikyacter jper ^ * Mttnetr iiotic ^ r . . - .
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Unitarian Meeting in Walks . '
OoiThanuday , the 21 st of October , a meeting of < « ainistera wasc hi-ld sit Btaeogaisach , near Neat % in order to f&r&t an- arrangement for supplying the place , on ^ *> mcroth , with tW sfetvio ^ S of neighbouring mimsteifs , aadr to-administer the Lord ' s Supper statedly to ' all 4 hat might be , disposed
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Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), Jan. 2, 1814, page 64, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct2436/page/64/