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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. t1

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.

CARDIFF.

RHYDFELTN

LLANARTH.

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AMENDMENT OF THE EDUCATION…

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AMENDMENT OF THE EDUCATION ACT. Petitions were presented by Mr. Hussey Vivian from the congregations of the Calvanistic Methodists of Saron Chapel, Treforest Independents of Tabernacle Chapel, Skewen Independents of Picton-place, Maesteg; Bap- tists of Salem Chapel, Maesteg; Congregationalists of Maesteg; Calvanistic Methodists of Garth, Maesteg; Congregationalists of Pontypridd; Particular Baptists of Pontypridd Wesleyan Methodists of Pontypridd Particular Baptists, of Rhondda Chapel, Pontypridd • inhabitants of Maesteg; all in Glamorganshire praying for the amendment of the Elementary Education Act, 1870. Also, from inhabitants of Penclawd, Cum Aim' and from the Catholic inhabitants of Pontypridd, against the alteration of the Education Act. Petitions were also presented on Monday by Mr. Hussey Vivian from the Baptists of Rehoboth, Briton Ferry; Indepen- dents of Clydach Independents of Blaen-y-Curn, Ystradyfodwg; inhabitants of Clydach and the in- habitants of Treherbert, setting full their grounds of complaint against the Elementary Education Act, and praying for its amendment. praying for its amendment.

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