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ABERYSTWYTH TOWN COUNCIL.

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THE COLLEGE. Mr Love Jones-Parry, member for Carnarvon boroughs, writes to the Times :—"Sir,—Some of my constituents may draw an incorrect inference from your report of the report of the representa- tions on Saturday addressed addressed to the Pre- sident of the Council in .support of the maintenance of Aberystwyth College. I was present, not to support the elaim of Aberystwyth to be the site of the North Wales College, but to advance the claims of Aberystwyth College for a separate grant. By the Universities (Scotland) Bill the annual grant to the Scotch Universities is increased to £ 40,000, and quite recently a vote of £ 90,000 was passed towards the expenses incurred in resppct of the Glasgow college baildiags. 'laking population as the test of our relative claims upon the consolidated fund, the annual grant to Wales should not be less than £ 17,000. The Welsh are not less clamorous for higb-class education than the Scotch, and there are students to fill three high-class schools or col- leges, and I submit that the claims of Wales upon the consolidated fund are entitled to the like ac- knowledgment as has been accorded to Scotland, and tbat if Aberystwyth College does not obtain a separate grant, the failure will be attributable to the remissnoas of the representatives of Wales.

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