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From the year 1789 Iiis faith was derivedentirely from the Bible , and he bowed to no human authdriiy but that of Christ , d ying in full hopes to be in due time called again into being by his Saviour , and to be made partaker of his glory in the life to come .
Sidney , Godmanchester , fecit . " ^ TEF ^ Gr ^ insCTip ^ fi 5 iris ^ n " anlip ^ right stone , on the right hand side of the walk which leads from the churchyard gate to the south door 6 i the church . It has remained there unmolested about six years . On May the 17 th , 1803 , the widow of the
deceased was surprised by a visit from the vicar of the parish , to request her to remove the gravestone out of the churchyard : and , in case of noncompliance , he threatened to present itin form to the bishop ; Thewidow
refused to offer such an indig&ity to her husband's remains , The bishop of Lincoln is the person to whom , as diocesan , the complaint either has been or is toJ > e made , !
\ 6 UNiTAUIAN ClIItONlCLE .
Sir , — -If the term Unitarian is used-in the article ' Unitarian Statistics / in the same sense as it is used by the Editor o £ the ' Monthly Repository , ' and by the Unitarian Association , including all who believe in the subordination of Christ
Jesus , and his dependence on God the Eath 6 r -to--wham . ' .-oniy .. ^ b : ey . ^ piEi 5 r ^ wU-= gious worship , in contradistinction to those Christians who worship God as three persons , and believe the Son to be equal with the Father , then is the list of Unitarian congregations in Wales very defective , particularly
as it respects Cardigans hire , where there are ' larg ¥ *^ oyn ^ eg ^ ioni ~ not named , whose worship is confined to one object , even the God and Father of Our Lord Jesus Christ , who for many years have been served by ministers of eminent talents , of Arian sentiment ' s " -: —tfre Rev . David Lloyd , Richard 1-loyd , brother to
Eri Charles Lloy < J-¦ ¦ %£ & 0 s 0 hfy-Magazine * for ISi ^ i vol . ^ x * xiij .-p . d 7 ^* 5 SQ ) ,. and the- lalei- j ftfef , ' J > avid j } avis ( see ? Christian " 'Soclerator , voUii-Vp . ^ 87 ^ 289 * / Monthly Repository / vqL xxiu p . 6 9 & 6 0 5 and 848 . ) More tjian one of their present ministers have given up thedtfc ^ "tttaiyf ^ pre ^ ett ^ ing members have done the skuiieV
Uwynrhydowen --- John Davies , I > avid EvariSv 300 to 400 / Conimtinion every month , about 500 . ^ 00 to 300 communicants . S ..
Vadfa— -A ^ branch the same , 150 . About 80 communicants .
Galltyplacca . John ODayiSi Pavid Evans , 200 to 300 . About 100 cpn > inunicants . * Penrhivv , Carmarthenshire—150 . Arthur- ^ RlHariisj- assistanHpreacher in the above united congregatidns ^ Ciliau , Cardiganshire — -Thpmaa Griffiths ^ 100 to 2 O& Cri bin , Cardiganshire — Thomas Gnfilths , 100 to 200 .
Caeronnen—John Jeremy , 100 to 200 . Kilgwyn ^—rEv an Lewis , 100 to 200 . William Rees , late minister in Cardiganshire , has lately opened a new meeting-house , in the same connexion , iiear JBrechfa , Carmarthen * shire . '
Pantydefaid : was a ,, secession froni LI wynrhydowen ; and : Capel y gi : oes fefi 59 L ^ Si !^ ii ® 3- ^ ¦ "is - ' i& ? year isoMy uponr the cohgregatuJfis not agreejiig to choose DrVpha ^ les Lloyd to be cpnpastor with the Rev , Davjd Davis , their old minister . But the secedera and the old congregations are now upon very friendly terms ^ . ¦* " " a : ¦" " -CA-RDTGA-NIENSlSr "
UNITARIAN STATISTICS .
Sir , ^ —The return given of the General Baptist Congregation in Trinity Place , in ? Unitarian Statistics , having eeased to be a cp / rect representation of -our condition , | beg
Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), Jan. 1, 1833, page 16, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct2605/page/16/