Disaster at Rhondda, South Wales

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BWA World Congress Resolution 1905.2

Upon the motion of Rev. F. B. Meyer, B.A., of London, seconded by Sir Hugh Gilzean Reid, it was unanimously resolved to send the following telegram to the Acting Manager of the Colliery at Wattstown, Pontypridd:—

Baptist World Congress expresses profound sympathy with sufferers Rhondda disaster and prays for Divine consolation.

Alexander Maclaren, President Exeter Hall

Citations

Original Source Bibliography: Shakespeare, J. H., editor. The Baptist World Congress: London, July 11- 19, 1905. London: Baptist Union Publication Department, 1905.

Original Source Footnote/Endnote: J.H. Shakespeare, ed., The Baptist World Congress: London, July 11- 19, 1905 (London: Baptist Union Publication Department), pp. 322-323.

Online Document Full Citation: BWA World Congress Resolution 1905.2 Disaster at Rhondda, South Wales; https://www.baptistworld.org/resolutions.

In-text Online Document Citation: (BWA World Congress Resolution 1905.2).

For more information about Baptist World Alliance resolutions, visit BaptistWorld.org/resolutions.

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