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ad Lnózate raje omnibuses. A new chapel has been opened at from Pmson, Kemizg101 and Ossett Yorkshire-The foundationCamden Tore, pass close by aboti stone of a new chapel has been laid ETETT tem m utes. Tbose from ibe si Stockport for the pastorate of the W Steemi and the Chis can set dosi Pet. J. Biwell a the street ILE The Countries The Per. J.B. Vrers has been re. a onde proved to secure pians
cognised as the pastor of the Church md estimates; and it is fully e in Waterloo Road, Volverhampton, Dettei tha ampie accommodation
- The Poet. D. Cork has been recog. Til de provided for the accommoda
ised as the pastor of the Church 19 of our various sockenes. There at Crookham HantaThe Rev. C.
be Lo temptation to expend Sirtel has been recognised as the money in mere ortament, while 'master
le pastor of the Church at Fakenham, pásness and simpbOIT of structure Sorolk-Tbe Rer. C. White has
be combined with convenience' been recognised as the pastor of the and oriori
Church at Cornwall Road, Notting. A Church has been recently formed, hull. London.—The Rer. W. H. King in connection with ibe Barris has been recognised as the pastor of Chapel, Spring Tale. Hammersmith. · The Church at Grange Lane, Birkenof which the Per. W. P. Balfour is head.—The Rev. J. D. Williams has the pastor.-A new Church has been · been recognised as the pastor of the formed at Dalton in Furness, for ; Church at tpton Chapel, Lambet] ibe pastorate of the Rer. D. Thomas, Road, London.—The Rer. J. H
The per chapel recent erected ! Lummis, late of Hamsterley, Dur at York was opened on the 17th of i ham, has been recognised as th Jppe. The building is an elegant | pastor of the Church at Swadlincote ope, and has been erected at a cost | Derbyshire-The Rer. W. Whale of upwards of $3000. We are glad
late of the Metropolitan Tabernac that the Baptists have, at last, a
College, has been recognised as th proper representation in this ancient
pastor of the Church at Bure city.-The foundation-stone of a new
Suffolk. and handsome chapel has also been The following reports of MINI laid in Cornwall Gardens, South TERIAL CHANGES have reached Kensington, for the ministry of the since our last issue: The Rev. Rev. S. Bird.
Bullock, M.A., of Abergavenny, 1 The memorial-stone of a new
George Street, Hull; the Rev. 1 chapel has been laid at Eye, Suffolk.
Davies, of Pembroke, to Bacup, Lal -The foundation-stone of a new
cashire; the Rev. G. Short, B.A chapel (in connection with the
of Hitchin, to Salisbury. The Re Church at Coate) has been laid at
Charles Graham has resigned th Ducklington, near Witney, Oxon.
pastorate of the Church meeting The foundation-stone of a new chapel
Oakland's Chapel, Shepherd's-bus has been laid at Magor, Monmouth Mr. Graham hopes, in the course shire.-An enlarged chapel and a few weeks, to open a large and coi schools (costing £2,600) have been
modious iron chapel in the Aven opened at Waterbarn, Stacksteads,
| Road, New Road, Hammersmith. near Manchester.-A new chapel We regret to announce the dea has been built at Bideford.—The of the Rev. T. S. Crisp, President memorial-stone of a new chapel has Bristol College, which took place been laid at Esher, Surrey.-The the 16th of June. He had been 1 new chapel erected at Darlington, for fifty years one of the ministers the ministry of the Rev. J. H. Gor- | Broadmead Chapel, and for the sal don, has been opened for worship.- | period a tutor of the College.
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