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CORRESPONDENCE.

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CORRESPONDENCE. (We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents.-ED.) A NATIONAL THANKSGIVING. To the Editor of the" LLangoUen Advertiser." Sir,-Ought not the nation to rejoice and be exceedingly glad ? Have we not escaped fearful dangersâhorrible bloodshed, and very great loss of money ? Burying politics for a season, the hearts of many desire a thanksgiving-day and general holiday. As becometh a Christian nation, the earlier part might be spent in religious worship, the latter in festivities and rejoicings. Our present victory, thanks to our Almighty Preserver, has come without losses. Our most beloved and gracious queen, after rewarding the victors, would, if it be the nation's desire, conveyed through the members of parliament, set apart some day. I am sure every Englishman or Welshman throughout the country would vie with each other in loyally and enthusiastically celebrating such a national thanksgiving-day. Your obedient servant, GRATITUDE.

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