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Echoes from the Welsh Papers.

WALK AND TALK.

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WALK AND TALK. (By Daylight.") Jonw Good evening, Morgan; how are you, and what is the news up in the Valley? MORCKAN I am glad to see you, old friend. All the talk now in, the Valley is about some new paper that is to be started this week. They call it the Pontypridd Chronicle. What do you think about it, John ? Do tell us, for you are a good judge of these kind of things. You know well what the Rhondda Valley is, and you ought to be able to say what kind of paper would do best. JOHN Well, Morgan, I see you are rather fond of complimenting an old friend. I wonder where did you get such soft soap. I, too, have heard about the new paper, and I will tell you the truth- I think from what I have heard that it will be on' of the best papers we can get, and the most suitable to our wants. Mono AN What makes you think so ? JOHN: I have been told that the very beat writers have been engaged to write different articles upon all matters belonging to our interest. I know the editor and proprietor is just the man for the work. For who knows the district better, or so well as he does ? But I should be glad to hear what has David Jones got to say about it. JONES Well, I do not know muc). abont your politics, nor care a pin about such things; but I know one thing very well-we want a paper to give a true account of our meetings, and to tell us all about the coal trade, and they saf that will be done in the Chronicle. DAFYDD BACH: Father, I hope the Chronicle will come out 'fore long, for they saf it will tell us all about the Sunday Schools, ani all the big meetings, and treats, and everytHng else. I should like to see it, father. FATHER: You shall see the Chroiicle, my boy, and then you shall see the account dt the Sunday Schools and all the big meetings rouad about. TWM O'R NANT: Hey, I say, look bhind, do you see who is coming? Let me see. Yes; I know apme of them. Here they are-old gion Dafydd, Lewis Pobman, Fred the tailor, md Farmer. Jackson. Let us wait and hear wbLt they say Thoy -.ro in some hot discussion. I fonder what it's about. Hush! Silence! Do jbu hear old Shon Dafydd, he is full of the old Wflah fire ? Snoq DAFYDD Dywedwch a fynoh, mynaf y Chronicle pe bai ddim ond er mwym ySolofn Gym- raeg. Bydd y beirdd yn canu yno mfV11 hwyl yn yr hiii iaith anwyl. Ao nid iaith 3ymraeg air Fi»e\v*»d gawn ni chwaith. LEwis POPMAN Yr ydyoh yn ddonio iawn Shon, oaf! o tol irg y fath iaith oedd iaithsir Besyfed flyn- yddan yn 01. Sao* DAFTDD Rhyw gymysgfa rlyfedd iawn fel hyn dyweddodd an farmwr wrth eiwas John go to the field i 'mofyn y gwartheg. Wiat shall I do os na cha i hwynt? Come b&ok hebdiynt my boy.

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