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cond marriage , she was boarded in the house oT a Cal ^ niStle ^ s ^ erititvg minis - ter at Ponder ' s End , ^ lifcre ( t <> use' her own expression ) she vegetated , not lived , during sixteen year ^ . He would fai n have instilled into her mind all the peculiar doctrines of the sect to which he
belonged . But her plain godd understanding revolted from them . Yet the influence of those notions thus urged upon her , had rendered her dreadfully afraid of death . After her marriage her views gradually changed , and that dread
of the last enemy of man was lost . The paternal government of the one only God , his free , unpurchased love and mercy to his frail creature man , embracing the whole human race and eventually working out the final happiness
South Wales Unitarian Quarterly Meeting . The Quarterly Meeting of the Unitarian Christians in South Wales , was held at Ystrad , Cardiganshire , dh Thursday , October 5 , On the preceding afternoon a service was held at Capel-y-gros , another Unitarian Chapel in the same
neighbourhood and connected with the former , at which place the devotional part was performed by Mr . W . Williams , of Llangendyrn , Carmarthenshire , and Mr . Benjamin Philips , of St . dear ' s , in the same county , preached from John xxi . 19 , the last clause , and was succeeded by Mr . D . L . Jones , Classical
and Mathematical Tutor in the Presbyterian College , Carmarthen , who took for his text Rom . x 9 . On Thursday , October 5 , at Ystrad , the introductory part of the service was conducted by Mr . J . Jones , a student in his fourth year , of the said College ; and Mr . J . James , of Gellionnen , Glamorganshire , preached from John xiv . 8 . After the sermon a
conference ensued on the subject of * the Difference between Doctrinal and Practical Preaching , " as was proposed Jn the last annual meeting . The meeting was well attended , and all seemed to be very attentive to all its proceedings .
The next Quarterly Meeting was appointed to be held at Rhyd-y-park , Carmarthenshire , on Thursday , December 28 , at which D . Rees , M . D , of Merthyr Tydfil , Glamorganshire , is to preach . The subject proposed for discussion in the next meeting is , " t Utility or Benefit resulting from Public Worship . " R . D . Lloyd Jack , Oct . 24 , 1826 ,
of all , were themes on which she de UghtfeS W * dwell , ' in tfhteh she exulted dtirfn £ life / HvhTtfh ! c *\ mm . her former tert-orsy and , relieving Wr irilhd of all alarms , smoothed the bed of death arid shaped for her an easy descent to the
grave . To a relation of the ' contrary faith who visited bet a few hours only previous to her decease , and who asked her on what her hopes were founded and how she felt , she serenely replied , " I am unable to talk , but our views are
totally different . " An additional testimonial this to the many already produced , that an Unitarian can exult and say with the apostle , Oh death ! where is thy sting ? Oh grave ! where is thy victory ? Thanks be unto God who giveth us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ
694 Intelligence . —South Walys Unitarian Quarterly Meeting , &c .
Appointments in Dissenting fa&t t tutions . TiiE . ttcv , IU Haxle * , late Pastor of
Unitarian Congregation Newport , Isle of Wight . The Unitarian Congregation of Newport , in the Isle of Wight , met together on Friday , October 20 , for the purpose
of commemorating the anniversary of the re-opening of their Chapel . The Rev . Michael Maurice , of Southampton , was invited to preach in the morning , and delivered an affectionate address to
the congregation from Exod , xvm . 7 , cc They asked each other of their welfare . " From these words the preacher earnestly recommended to the members of this religious community an anxious solicitude for each other ' s well-being ,
and the cultivation of the purest feelings of Christian fellowship and brotherly love . In the evening of the same day , the members of the congregation and a large party of their friends drank tea together at the Assembly Room in the town . Two or three hours were spent
in a very interesting and social manner . The different addresses of the geutlemen present , and the apparent proofs of the prosperity of the Society , gave every one heartfelt satisfaction . The Rev . Russell Scott was present on this occasion , and preached on the Sunday following , hi the morning , on the Importance and Duties of the Christian Sabbath , and , in
the evening , an able and impressive lecture from 2 Pet . ii . l , explaining the scriptural signification of the phrase < c denying the Lord that bought them . ' These discourses excited great interest in the minds of large and attentive audiences .
Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), Nov. 2, 1826, page 694, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct2554/page/58/