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Y TRAETHODYDD. RHODDI AT DEYRNAS DDUW. [Gold and the Gospel. The Ulster Prize Essays on the Scriptural Duty of Giving in Proportion to Means ancl Incomes. Third Edition of Ten Thousand. London : Nisbet & Co. Thë Düty op Giving Away a Stated Proportion of our Income. By William Arthur, A.M. Nisbet. The Duty op Laying By a Stated Proportion op our Income. By Eobert S. Candlish, D.D. Nisbet. Money : Its Use and Abuse. A Lecture by Francr Coulin, D.D., Pastor of the Church of Geneva. Translateä from the French. With a Preface by William Arthur, A.M. Nisbet. Giying Made Easy and Pleasant. New Testament Rule of Christian Liber- ality by IFeelcly Offerings. Nisbet. Systematic Beneficence. Speeches in the Free Trade Eall, Manchester, by Robert Barbour; Esq., Dr. Cather, &c. Serving God with his own in his own Way : Speeches delẁered by the Rev. John Ross of Hachney, London, ancl the Rev. Dr. Cather of Belfast, before the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland. 1861. The Weekly Ofpering Record : A Quarterly Journal of facts intended to illustrate the primitwe cluty of Storing for religioics uses the Firstfruits of All our increase; the public duty of presenting Offerings to God at the Sanctuary from that Store, and as a permanent Record of the goodness of God to those %oho in these things obey him By Rev. John Ross, Haclcney. Nos. 1—21. Tracts, The Inquirer Directed, &c. By Rev. John Ross. What is mine? What is God's? By a Clergyman of the Church of England. Anniversary Sermon, by the Rev. James Morgan, D.D., in behaìf of the Sys- tematic Beneficence Society. "Thou shalt not muzzle the mouth op the Ox:" or the Voluntary Churches of England in account with their Ministers. By Conscientia. Traethawd Arobryn ar Weinidogaeth yr Efengyl ; y JJdyledswijdd cûr Fraint o'i chynnal. Gan James A. Wylie, Ll. D. Cyüeithedig iW Gymraeg, a chyfíwynedig i sylw Ymneillduwyr Cymru o bob enwad. Wrexham : Cyhoedd- edig gan R. Hughes & Son.] Pan feddyliwn am y symiau mawrion a gyfrenir yn ein plith at amcan- ion crefyddol a daionus, ac yn enwedig pan gymharwn hwy â'r hyn a wneid yn ein gwlad yn y ffordd hono ychydigflynydd oedd yn ôl, nid llawn lai na rhyfeddu, a chydnabod fod daionus law ein Duw wedi bod arnom. Y mae Cymru bellach ymron wedi ei llenwi âg addoldai, a llíaws o'r rhai hyny yn adeiladau helaeth, cedyrn, a chyflëus : ac y mae amryw o honynt erbyn hyn yn arddangos chwaeth sydd lawer mwy coetìi nag a welid yn vrìien addoldai. Y mae yr vsgolfeistr hefyd