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Hysbysiadau. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES. (ABEIZYSTWYTII.) President—THE BKUIT HON. LORD ABERDARK. Principal: REV. THOMAS CHARLES EDWARDS, M A. (Oxon. and Loud.), late Scholar of Lincoln College, Oxford. Professors: Greek—The PIUNOI PAL. Latin—J. M. ANGUS, Etq M. A,, late Scholar of Glare College, Cambridge. Hebrew, Arabic, and Sanscrit—H. ETIIE, Esq., Ph.D. (Leipzig). English Language and Literature M. W. MACCALLUM, Esq., M A., Luke Fellow, Glasgow. WeJsh- Logic and Moral Philosophy— Histury and Political Ecouoiny—M. W. JUcwMAm, Esq M.A Compartitive Philology-J. 1,1 ANOUS, Esq., Al. A. Mathematics, Natural Philosophy, and Astronomy—R. W. GENESH, Esq., M.A., late Scholar of St John's College, Cambridge 8th Wrangler, 1S71. German, French, and Italian—Dr ETHE. Natural Science—T. S. HUMPIDOE, Esq., Ph.D. (Heidelberg), B.Se. (London) Director of the Museum—Dr IIUMPIDGE. Registrar and Librarian—E. P. JOKES, Esq., M.A., B.D. (Glasgow). The Council will elect Professors forthwith. rpHE next Session begins 12lli September, 1883, and ends JL 30th June, 1884. T"rms, £ 10 a year for Out-door Students; £ i>5 additional for those In-door. Several Scholai- sliips and Entrance Exhibitions will be ofiered for competition. For Prospectus, apply to the Registrar, at the College, Aberystwyth. E. J. EVANS, „ LEWIS MORRIS, jIIon' Sets> Lonsdale Chambers, Chancery Lane, London, August, 188:3. COLLEC-TIATE SOIEIOOL, MILFORD HAVEN. ONDUCTED by the Misses THOMAS, trained at V_y Milton Mount College, and holding Certificates from the College of Preceptors, South Kensington, &e. Domestic department under the superintendence of Mrs Thomas (widow of the late Rev Evan Thomas). The house secured is well situated in Hamilton- terrace, commanding an extensive view of the Haven, and in every way calcuinted to insure the health of the pupils, Term commences Monday, September 10th, 1883. Pupils prepared for public examinations. PAEKYVELVKT ACADEMY, CABMAETHEN. npHIS Academy will be opened on the 7th AUGUST JL by the Rev J. CERR1DFRYN THOMAS, formerly Congregational Minister at Maesteg. Mr Thomas was a student at the Carmarthen Presbyterian College, was first prizeman throughout the whole of his college course, and won a Sharpe's Plize. He also holds several advanced certificates for proficiency in science, issued by the Science and Art Department, South Kensington, and has matriculated i,. 'he London University. TTNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF SOUTH WALES AND MONMOUTHSHIRE. PRINCIPAL J. VIUIAMU JONES, B.A., Oxon, B.Sc. London, Fellow of University College, Lon- don, &c., &c., assisted by Nine Professors, Four Lecturers, and Two Demonstrators. The College will OPEN in OCTOBER next. Persons of both sexes not under 16 yeirs admitted. No entrance examination will be enforced for the first year. Classes will be held in the following subjects :— L'itin. Mental Philosophy. Greek. Moral Philosophy. Ancient History. Political Economy. Mathematics. English Language and Astronomy. Literature. French. Modern History. German. Zoology. Welsh Language and Chemistry. Literature. Engineenng& Machinery Music. Manufactures. Botany. Geology. Natural Philosophy. Mineralogy. Experimental Physics. Coal Mining. Logic. Metal Mining. Students prepared for the London University Ex- aminations. FORTY-FOUR SCHOLARSHIPS and EXHIBI- TIONS, valued at £10 to Y,40 per annum, and tenable for three years, will be offered. The Fees are £1 Is per term for each class; there being three terms in the College year. By an annual payment of £10 Students may compound for all Class Fees. The Matriculation or Entrance Fee is J21 Is., and I gives permission to attend any of the Classes in the College for five years. Intending Students should apply as soon as pos- sible to IVOR JAMES, Registrar. Town hall, Cardiff, August, 1883. Masonic and General Life Assurance Company, Limited. HEAD OFFICKS- 9, USTEW IBRXDGKE-ST., LONDON, E.C. THE Directors are desirous of receiving Applications for Loans on Eeal or Personal Security in connection with Life Assurance. Every description of Life Assurance and Annuity Business transacted. Commission allowed to Solicitors and others introducing business. For further particulars and forms, apply to A. TORKINGTON, Managing Director. NOW BEADY, T UNES, QH ANTS, AND A NIVHEMS. Cons'sting of Three Parts, ENGLISH OR WELSH EDITION. Compiled and Edited by D. JENKINS, Mus. BAG., CANTAB. Part 1st—314 Tunes. 2nd.—28 Chants and. 22 Psalms. 3rd.—1 Te Daum, 1 Sanctus, 1 Gloria, 1 Christmas Carol, and 3 Easy Anthems, Complete in one Book. Sol-Fa O.N. 1. Clot1>, red edges 3s Od 3s 6d 2. Levant, gilt edges 4 6 5 0 3. Full calf, gilt edges 6 6 7 6 The Anthems also may be had separately 1. Te Deum Id •• 2d 2. Gloria, 7 together in one copy 1 2 3. Sanctus, ) 4 0! be joyful in the Lord (Byddwch lawen yn yr lor) 1 2 5. 0 Jerusalem (0 Ierusalcm) a. 1 2 6. Blessed is the man (Gwyn tyd y Gwr) 1 2 7. Christmas Carol (Carol Nadolig) 1 2 NOTE.—All the above may be had with English or We'sh Words; the Bock of Anthems having the Welsh and English Words combined. CYFRES 0 RAN-GANAU, At wasanaeth Corau Bychain a Plilant, Rhif I.-Ffo rhag y cwpan. 2. De'wch dan faner Dirwest. 3. Gweddi'r Pererin. 4. Pencerdd Natur. Yn un Llyfr. Sol-Ffa, lie. D.S.-Ysgolion Sabbothol, Band of Hopes, Temlau y Plant, am bob order uwch 50, a gyflenwir am Ie y Jjytr. I'w cael oddiwrth D. JENKINS, Mus. BAC., CANTAB., ABEKYSTWYTH. SPECIAL NOTICE. TEA FOR CASH. BY the New Parcel Post 4 lbs and upwards will be sent per return of Post to all parts of th9 United Kingdom, carriage paid. SUPERIOR BLENDS. Is 8d, 2s, 2s 3d, and 2s 6d per lb. P. O. Orders to be made payable at the Gray's Inn Road to JOSHUA THOMAS, Wholesale Tea Dealer, Lamb's Conduit Street, London, W.C. RHAN I., GWYRTHIAU CRIST. Mae y rhan lion yn cynwys 17 o'r gwyrthiau wedi en troi ar gan, gydag addysgiadau, wedi eu gosod allan mewn modd syml a dealladwy i'r plant, gyda thdnau syml a bywiog-y fath ag a hoffir gan y plant a'r bobl ieuainc. Gellir eu canu mewn Cyfarfod fel Cantawd, neu ar wahan, yn ol amgyichiadau. Nid oes ynddo anthemau, na darnau mawr a thrymion, ond rhai y gall pawb eu dysgn a'n canu yn rhwydd. Gyda phob gwylder dyledus y dymunaf Iwyddiant cyffredinol i'r llyfr hwn, oherwydd y gwirioneddau mawrion a ddysgir gan y gwyrthiau a gyflawnwyd gan ein Gwaredwr; a'm gweddi.ddifrifol ydyw, ar iddo fod yn foddion i ddwyn miloedd at y Gwaredwr i gael iachad i'w heneidiau. Fris, Soljfa, 6c.; Hen Nodiant, Is. 6c. ETHEL WYN. S.F., 6c; H.N., Is 6c. Cantata Ddirwestol, yn y ddwy iaith. "Mae lion yn sicr o fod yn boblogaidd." MORDAITH BYWYD. S.F., Cc H.N., 2s 6c. Rhaid i bob un diragfarn gydnabod fod Mordaith Bywyd yn gyfansoddira.d nas gwelir bob dydd ei gyffelyb.Tanymarian. I'w cael gan yr Awdwr—H, DAVIES (Pencerdd Maelor), Garth, Ruabon. Anfonir Rhestr o Ganeuon, Anthemau, Canigau, &c., &c., i unrityw gyfeiriad yn rhad.