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THE WELSH AND EDUCATION.

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

THE "DAILY TELEGRAPH" ON WELSH…

REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN…

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REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN TRADE. (From, the Mark Lane Express.) We have had another more winterly but seasonable week, closing with a sharp frost; though so many fluctua- tions have lately prevailed, that few have confidence in its permanency. The frost is, however, welcomed, as still keeping vegetation in check, giving a good opportunity to farmers to get on the land, and serving to mellow the soil for seed time. The young wheat is too much in its infancy to indicate prospects, but no harm as yet can be reported. Potatoes on the whole have kept rather better than expected, though but a small proportion have proved really fine and in condition to hold out their full term. The wheat trade in London opening dull, set the character of the country markets, which on the average have declined about Is. per qr.; but on Friday, with a return of frost, there were indications of improvement, Monday's rates in several instances being refused for foreign. Again we note a great falling-off in the weekly sales as compared with last year, amounting' to 20,827 qrs.

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WELSH EDUCATION CONFERENCE.

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ABERYSTWYTH.

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