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LLANGOLLEN. The following letter, bearing upon an important matter in connection with the many applications sent from vestries in Wales for powers to establish School Boards, previously to the receipt of the recent Council Order, was received from Sir F. R. Sandford by a member of the Llangollen Education Committee, on Friday last, having been delayed in transit:â Education Department, Privy Council Office, Downing-street, London, S. W., 22nd Dec., 1870. EDUCATION ACT. Sir,âI have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 19th instant, and to inform you that no application of the ratepayers, which is not made in accordance with an orde issued by the Education Department, under the powers given in the second schedule to the Education Act, can be entertained by this clepartment.-I have the honour to be, Sir, your obedient servant, F. R. SANDFORD. R. F. Griffiths, Esq. VOLUNTEER CONCERT. On Thursday week a grand amateur concert was held at the Assembly Rooms. The programme contained songs, pianoforte solos, and comic recitatives. The performers were Mrs Cuncliffe, Dinbren Hall, and the Misses Cunliffe, Mrs Gregson Fell, Walton House, Miss Robins, Mount Pleasant, Miss Fannie E. Rowland, Wrexham, the Misses Jarvis, Birch Cottage, the Misses Warne, Corwen, Miss Stewart, Hafod-y-Maidd, Miss Tanqueray, Penybryn Hall, Miss Cross, Mr J. W. Tanqueray, Mr Attwell, Mr J. Edwards, Mr J. Pughe, choirmaster, and a few members of the Church choir. The volunteer band played overtures to the two parts of the concert. Mr Fred Owen was the professional accom- panist. The programme was very well sustained; some of the pieces were excellent, and we would especially refer to the comic songs of Mr Tanqueray and Mr Attwell. At the close, previous to the singing of the National Anthem, Captain C. R. W. Tottenham came forward to thank those present for their support, and on behalf of the officers and men of the corps he would heartily thank those who so very kindly came to assist. (Applause.) The full-dress stalls were all occupied; we were sorry to see that the body of the Hall was not filled, but feel no doubt that a future concert will be more largely patronized.

WELSHPOOL.

LLANIDLOES.

NEWTOWN.

WREXHAM.

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