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I MRS. GRUNDY'S JOTTINGS.

JOTTINGS FROM LLANTRITHYD.

-0-JOTTINGS FROM DINAS POWIS.

-0-FROM CORRESPONDENTS.

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-0- FROM CORRESPONDENTS. MADAM,âKindly allow me a small space to call the attention of your readers to the glaring false state- ment of one of your correspondents last week with regard to the Debating Society of the Spinsters' Club. First of all-love affairs have never been in- troduced into this club. Secondly, they had no meet- ings in the week mentioned. Thirdly, the Spinsters' Club never had a debating class. Fourthly, the Barry Dock Spinsters' Club never had an existence at all. He cannot be a Welshman, for the falsehood is too glaring; neither can he be an Irishman, for there is no wit in it; nor yet a Scotchman, for it lacks interest. What nation does he belong to? It appears to me that his mental resources are very feeble. Yours, etc.â" BILLY FAIR PLAY." -0- TO CORRESPONDENTS. GARMCK."âMr E. A. H. Stewart has no connec- tion with the Garrick Amateur Dramatic Society. He is, however, the stage manager of the Cadoxton- Barry Histrionic Society.âF.G.

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