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SCHOOL EXAMINATION AT LLANARTH.

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SCHOOL EXAMINATION AT LLANARTH. The examination of the numerous children receiving in- struction at the Llanarth National School, took place on the 12th inst.; and the evidences of good effected, imparted much satisfaction to a numerous and respectable company; amongst whom were the Venerable Archdeacon Crawley and Lady; the Vicar of Llanarth and Mrs. Price, Rev. Wm. Price, of Llan. vihangel, several respectable farmers, Sunday school teachers, &c. The school-room, which was tastefully decorated, pre- sented a very interesting appearance, displaying, amongsl other ornaments, maps and drawings executed by the pupils; whilst the cleanly and healthy appearance of the children was the subject of much praise. The examination was commenced by the Archdeacon, as. sisted by the Rev. Mr. Price. The writing, Scriptural read. ing, and answers from Holy Writ, were highly commended. The proficiency in arithmetic, by the first class of boys, was most satisfactory, evincing much care and ability on the part of their instructor. At the close of the examination, Archdeacon Crawley ad- dressed the children (about fifty in number), in affectionate and interesting terms, well calculated to persuade the mind and touch the heart. The reverend gentleman dwelt, in per- suasive language, on the advantages resulting from early and constant attendance, for the acquirement of advantages so con- ducive to their well-doing here, and their happiness hereafter. In conclusion, Testaments were given to the most deserving, and the worthy dignitary promised to reward two of the best monitors and Mrs. Crawley held out the encouragement 01 prizes to the best sewers, at the examination in March next. Sacred music concluded the proceedings of the day, which, upon the whole, reflected much credit on the master and mis- tress, Mr. and Mrs. Winstone. The examination of the children instructed at Bryngwin Infant School took place on Monday, the 8th inst., before the Rev. W. Price, Vicar of Llanarth, when the answering and good conduct of the little ones were so very pleasing, that the governess was much praised for the great good she has effected. This very useful institution is sustained solely by the Rector and family.

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