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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. .1

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-------THE HERZE(J0VIXIAN…

THE CRISIS IN EGYPT.

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_.--------_. TURKOMAN RAID…

----AFFAIRS IN MONTENEGRO.

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--A FISHINGFLEET CAUGHT IN…

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THE STATE OF IRELAND. .,------+-----

THE MUTILATION OF CATTLE INI…

A PLOT AGAINST THE CHIEF SECRETARY…

------FOUNDERING OF A CARDIFF…

---.--THE -LOSS OF THE JEANNETTE.

GUITEAU'S SENTENCE.

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THE HEALTH OF GENERAL GARIBALDI.

THE QUEEN'S SPEECH.

ANALYSIS OF THE DIVISION.

SW ANSEA TOWN COUNCIL.

PRESENTATION TO THE MAYOR…

EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE.

LEGAL ANSWERS.

GENERAL ANSWERS.

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THE PROPOSED COLLEGE FOR SOUTH WALES, j THE MEETING AT SWANSEA. SIR,-l was not alone in mv regret at the late stage in the meeting when Archdeacon Griffiths was called upon to speak; a regret much increased when I find that so important a speech was not re- ported. Allow me to call attention to one or two of the valuable remarks made in that speech. The archdeacon justly said that he had no sympathy with the agitation about the site of the new college if the question at issue was the local, and not the national, suitability of this or that site. This is the right ground to work on, viz., the national interests and we have to thank the archdeacon for raising the discussion to its proper level. The archdeacon made another state- ment not, less bold and emphatic." The college at Aberystwith is doomed." From on!; of the earliest and staunchest supporters of'Aberystwith this is a candid confession of very great value. There was, we iancied—let us hope quite wrongly «—almost a tInge of indignation in the tones in which the archdeacon spoke of the conversion of quondam opponents into present friends. Surely that is a point for rejoicing. He quoted, with that marvellous eloquence of which he is so well-known a master, a famous couplet of an unknown writer:— Soven cities Warr'd for Homer being dead, Through whom the living Homer begged, his bread. Did I catch a sly glance in the archdeacon's eye that seemed to say, Why quarrel thus over the once living, but now, alas dead, body of university education in Wales <"—l am, &-(- A VOLUNTEER.

j UNIVERSITY EXTENSION LECTURES.

THE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE.

RATING OF ROYALTIES, kc.

THE COAL SUPPLY OF SOUTH WALES.

WELSH SUNDAY CLOSING BILL.

I— MR. DILLWYN OX THE BORNEO…

DEATH OF LORD LONSDALE.I

MERTHYR UNION RURAL *. SANITARY…

MERTHYR BOARD OF GUARDIANS:'

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