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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.

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ANNUAL MEETING OF THE LITERARY INSTITUTE.âThe annual general meeting of the Pontypridd Literary Insti- tute was held in the reading room, on Friday evening last, Mr. James Coombes in the chair. The hon. secretary, Mr. W. H. Key, read the statement of accounts for the past year, which showed a small balance in the treasurer's hands. Mr. Penn proposed that it be passed. Mr. A. Chivers seconded, and it was carried. A vote of thanks to the president for last year, Mr. Lenox, was proposed by Mr. F. Cooke, and seconded by Mr. John James. Mr. Penn returned thanks on behalf of Mr. Lenex. Proposed by Mr. Robert Thomas, and seconded by Mr. A. Chivers, that Mr. David Davis, Maesyfynon, be elected president for the present yearâcarried. Mr. Penn proposed, and Mr. Alexander seconded a vote of thanks to the vice- president-carried. Mr. George Griffiths proposed, and Mr. H. S. Davis seconded a vote of thanks to the hon. secretary fer his gratuitous services during the past year. Mr. Key, in thanking them, called attention to the great destruction of newspapers, periodicals, and books, and" urged the members to work more with the committee in preserving the property of the Institute. The officers having been elected, the proceedings terminated-