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Now this is only one of many similar cases which could be pointed out by those familiar with the poorest parts of the town. Large families of nine or eleven, sometimes two or three families crowd together into one of these small hovels which have generally only two small rooms. But Bangor is not worse than other towns in the district. Indeed, we think it is better than Carnarvon, where the state of things, as shown by the articles we published a few years ago, is such as could scarcely be considered possible in a civilised and Christian country. Now, whose fault is it that things are so 1 Un- doubtedly the landlords of the houses are the persons to blame. The rents are extortionate as compared with the state of the houses. If these landlords had any Christian feelings-and they are generally considered gsod Churchmen 01 Nonconformists- (indeed we are toldthat some of these houses are owned by religious bodies)- they would not need any urging to do their duty with regard to the poor.

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THE SLUMS OF BANGOR.

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