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Chancellorship of the Welsh University. Wales feels a deep interest in the ques- tion whether his Majesty King Edward will I retain the Chancellorship of the University, which as Prince of Wales he accepted a few years ago. His appointment as Chan- cellor was a personal, not an official, one, and the Chancellorship is, therefore, vested in him so long as he may be pleased to re- tain it. There appears to be no precedent (says theLondbn ''Daily News") for the re- tention .of a University Chancellorship by the reigning Monarch. On the other hand there seems to be no Constitutional reason why the King should not continue to act as Chancellor. A former Prince of Wales- Prince Frederick—was a Chancellor of the University of Dublin, but he did not live to succeed to the Throne. On the Con- tinent, with the doubtful exception of the King of Saxony, who is sometime5 stated to be the Chancellor of the University of Leipsic, reigning Princes do not appear to hold any analogous position. Loyal Welsh- men naturally hope that his Majesty the King will continue to retain the office on J which he has shed so much lustre. ■

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Bangor Bankruptcy Court,

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