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There was nothing in his manner to lead her to suppose that his mind was affected. He was a very quiet man, not given to joking. He went to bed early every night he was at her house. She did not see a glass or any- thing in the rooms, leading her to infer that be was ia the habit of taking spirits, but he oue day said he was sorry for having spilt medicine on the bed c ottips. A boy named William Williams said he found deceased lying on the ground near the gas works about eleven o'clock on Friday morning, smokinofy a short pipe. He assisted him to get up and to walk along the road.
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The Chairman said Mr Lewis was expecting too much for the resolutions to be immediately adopted. He still held to the opinion that much that had been suggested could not be done without the aid of the Bishop. But now three months have dapsed, and no step appfar? The Chairman then called upon the Rev. Gobst to explain what bad been done by the com- I mittee appointed to consider the question of a choral union. Mr Gobat said the committee had found it ne- cessary to draw up a code of rules to submit to the different clergymen before the latter could say whe- ther they cou'd join.
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Mr Lewis Bnt what Mr Gobat has drawn up are as yet but suggestions. The Chairman The committee should have re- ported to us to-day the result of their labours and then we could have determined upon action. I would recommend that these rules be taken into consideration by the executive committee. If we set about discussing them now, we shall not get through the business to-day. Mr Irven Mr Gobat has done what was most important, that is enquiring as to the views of the ether clergymen. The Chairman I have nothing to say against Mr Gobat, but there are several things in these rules which require alteration.
Mr Lewis There is no encouragement here for anyone. Nothing but cold water is thrown upon every project. There needs no show of delicacy in ex- pressing my feelings in this matter. I have un- f ortup-ately not been able to attend the committee meetings, but I know that the rules were only drawn up for the recommendation of the chapter, and it was due to those gentlemen who drew them up that they should be considered, and if needed, cor- rected and then adopted by us, so that the union may be started at once. We are now simply doing nothing but talking. These rules must not be dis- cussed to-day. We can receive the report of the committee and acknowledge their services, but we cannot pass the rules without fully discussing them, and we cannot discuss them now.
The Chairman I do not go by the paper, I go by the report of the committee. Mr Acton There is nothing in the words of the fourth resolution which excludes us from discussing it. I think Mr Gobat will be quite in order in pro- posing the rules for adoption. The Chairman Rule eight says the ruri-decanal chapter shall receive the report of the executive committee. Bat does not that involve discission? The Chairman Yes, but he must be a bad chair- man who permits much of it, the ruri- decanal chapter is to register the resolutions of the com- mittee only, to receive or reject them.
Mr Lewis Then there is an end of all free dis- cussion. Davies Are we not to follow the programme. Mr Irven Then what are we here for? The Chairman Here's the report of the com- mittee. We have first-" We regret we are unable to report anything respecting the formation of the parochial associations. Is not that a topic for discussion? I don't see what we are here for, if we are not to discuss anything because this or the other rule says we are to do nothing. Let us discuss the different questions as they come before us. Never mind this or that rule if we do the work. If we don't do it, it will seem very ab- surd.
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Davies I feel strongly that the Archdeacon sljts a great responsibility, and is afraid of being trapped. It's a very im- proper term, and I call on Mr Davies to retract it. It was most uncalled for. Mr Trevor Parkins I hope the meeting will not be allowed to break np, and that the chairman will still occupy the cbair. We must Sex chat webcams 1 on 1 feel obliged to Mr bobat, but really the subject requires that care- fal scrutiny that we cannot give it to-day.
I pro- pose that the rules be printed and circulated and that the matter be discussed at our next Fihds. Williams No email chat that cturse would in- volve a delay of a year, as the arrangements could not then be made by the winter, which was most essential. Could they not have a special meeting? On the motion of Mr Trevor Parkins, seconded by the Rev. Williams Berse it was agreed to have a special chapter meeting to consider the question. The Chairman said the next business was to con- sider the locwl of making the following alter- ations in the rules: In rule slus after the words Lay Representatives," in the second line, the words being Communicants" to be inserted.
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It was going against the principle under which as a national church they were bonnd to act. There was nothing like it in the Prayer Book or in the Bible. Churchwardens were elected without any questions being asked as to whether they were communicants. When he began his ministerial life here, he had laid down that no churchwarden should be elected unless he was a communicant, but he found that they were appointed without such stipulation, and there was no canon or rubric to fall back upon. Mr Trevor Parkins and Mr T. Griffith spoke in favour of the alteration, and Rev.
When the votes were taken there appeared a majority in favour of the alteration. The next business was the adoption of a congra- tulatory address to the bishop of St. We feel that our lot is fallen in times of trouble and anxiety, and that special difficulty surround your office. We pray that Almighty God may give you strength and wisdom to direct you to His glory and the good of His Church. We cannot doubt but that your Lordship will find ready helpers in your clergy and the laity in all such measures as you. We respectfully request your lordship to accept the office of president of this association.
We have the honour to be, my lord, Your lordship's most obedient and humble servants. Davies asked was it usual to ask a favour when offering an address of congratula- tion? He thought it was an unusual proceeding to do so. Asaph, Denbigh and Dyfiryn Clwyd Deaneries had forwarded a similar address in which they asked his lordship to co-operate with them. Davies thoaght the request might be made in a nice letter from the president,-The Rev. Boscawen proposed and Mr Irven seconded that the address be adopted, which was carried unanimously. This motion was put on the paper by Mr A. Peel, who said he had a great desire to see the poor subsidized by the church.
By the church he did n t mean merely the ordained clergymen, but also the laity as well. What he would suggest would be that they should initiate a voluntary organisa- tion of charity under the auspices of the church. Unless something of the kind was done, they could never make headway agairst the destitution and imposition of the present day. From the time of the apostles it had always been a part of the duty of the church to provide for the maintenance of the poor. At first the duty was confined to the church, but since the time of Constantine the Great, the civil officers took a share of this work.
Mr Peel then quoted from Froude and Hallam to show that the church had always bad a hand in administering to the needy, up to the time of William IV. There was nothing more pitiable than to see a poor old man shut up in the evil red walls of a work- house, cut of from society and debarred from many enjoyments which otherwise he would have. He then read an extract showing what Mr Goschen bad sngge ed-that in every parish a list of the poor should be po-ted up in order that the poor law system should not clash with the public charities and private benefactions, which now oc- curred te a considerable extent, especially in the metropolis.
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