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MR BRIGHT, M-P., ON TORY TACTICS.

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THE CAMBRIDGE CLASSICAL TRIPOS.

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THE QUEEN'S VISIT TO GERMANY-

TWO CHILDREN BURNED TO DEATH.

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MOLD.

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MOLD. MR JAMES PRITCHARD.-We understand that Mr Pritchard, late of Mold, and now of the Congre- gational College, Bristol, will preach in the English Chapel, Mold, on Sunday evening next. LITERARY INSTITUTE.—There is now every pro- bability of the debt on the Mold Reading-room being speedily paid off. Mr E. Thompson, J.P. (president of the Institute), and Mr T. Bate (Kel- sterton), have each generously contributed X5, in addition to the gifts already forwarded. We are glad to hear that the members are forming a cricket club for the ensuing summer.

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ELECTION NOTES.