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WELSHMAN'S STRANGE VISIONS.

BALA COLLEGE AND THE ARMY.

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BALA COLLEGE AND THE ARMY. The following communication from the Vice- Principal of the above institution will interest some of our readers Many newspapers lately contained the re- port that Mr. J. O. Jones, a student of Bala College, had spoken disrespectfully of the army from the pulpit of a Rhos chapel. Time has been taken for inquiry, and Mr. Jones (who has not en- tered college), desires to say that he is compelled to infer, from the testimonies of some who heard him, that he must have said in the warmth of the moment what is not in accord with his deliberate judgment. Nothing is further from his settled opinion than disesteem of the British army. He entertains for the service a feeling of deep respect, and wishes to express his profound regret and sorrow that any words which implied the contrary respecting the majority of soldiers were uttered by him.—- Yours, &c., ELLIS EDWARDS, Vice Principal."

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