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UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES.

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UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES. The question of a University for Wales was lucidly and intelligently placed before the pub- lic meeting on Friday night, by the Rev. D. Charies, Rev. Kilsby Jones, Rev. Dr Price, and Gohebydd. The necessity for the existence of such an institution was demonstrated to the satisfaction of the audience the evidence was, indeed, sufficient to satisfy any unprejudiced mind. Mr. Charles showed moreover that in endeavouring to promote the establishment of an unsectarian educational institution, he was playing no losing game. He has before him almost a guarantee of success. He and his fellow la- bourers have won the sympathy of many liberal minds, not only in Wales but in various parts of England. Gentlemen of high reputation in the national council and government have ex- pressed themselves disposed favourably towards the movement, and given reason to believe that at the proper moment help from the public purse will not be withheld. As the speakers showed, each division of the kingdom, England, Scot- land, and Ireland, have flourishing universities, the advantages of wbieh are apparent in the education of the people. If universities are essential in the other departments of the king- dom, why should not the Principality also benefit by the existence of similar educational influences and privileges in her midst? We Wish Mr. Charles and his friends a hearty suc- (m

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