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343 subscribed by Eord Mountgomerie ... to vSir William Flemin, with direction, in case hee were not at court, to deliver the letter to the King's owne hande. This examinant, repairing on Munday to Rewperre, in Glamorganshire, where the King then was, delivered the letter to Sir William Flemin, who shewed the same to the King in the garden in the sight of this examinant. Upon reading whereof the King came to him, and sayde. ' You are come owt of the Scott's armye. How strong are they ? ' This examinant replyed that they were a greate armye . . . but thought they were his Majestie's faithfull subjects, some of them declaring themeslves his Majestie's sworne servants," &c. (To be continued.) NOTES REV. EVAN DAVIES. This worth}- son of Wales was born at Hengwm, Eledrod, in the county of Cardigan, in the year 1805, and being ordained at the Wycliffe Congregational Chapel, London, as a missionary to the Chinese, in 1835, was ordered to proceed to Penang under the auspices of the London Missionary Society in that year. He laboured in this arduous field of toil until his return to England four years later. Mr. Davies was afterwards made Superintendent of the Boys' Mission School at Walthamstow, in Essex, in 1842, but vacated this post after two years service on being chosen Pastor at Richmond, in Surrey, where he remained until 1857. He was the author of three published works, the first of which, China and her Spiritual Claims, appeared in 1845, followed by his Memoirs of the Rev. Samuel Dyer, which was issued the next year, while he afterwards wrote