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PEMBROKE.

ABEIIYSTWITII,

NORTH WALES.

PICTURES FOli THE HILLTOP…

Religious Intelligence. .

MINING INTELLIGENCE.

!' cURllENT PRJCES OF METAL.

GLASGOW PIG-IRON rTRADE.

PRICES OF WELSH MINING SHARES.…

TO THE REV. D. REES, LLANELLY.…

THE NEW DODGE.

TEMPERANCE CERTIFICATES;

CARMARTHEN.

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The Brecon and other Dissenting Colleges in Wales," by the Rev. D. Liayd, and acknowledged by the Rev. II. Griffiths. "The Old Students," by the Rev. 1-1. Hughes, and responded to by the Rev. Timothy Davis, Evesham. Mr. Mortimer then proposed "The Chairman," for his very valua- ble and efficient services during the evening. The proceedings of the evening went off with the utmost harmony and concard, and afforded ample illustration, if one were necessary, that it is not only necessary, that it is not only desirable, but perfectly practicable for persons, differing widely, (-)-ii iinportttii.t paints, to meet in harmony and good feeling, for social, moral, and religious purposes. LLAVELLY MECHANICS' INSTITUTION.—The lecture for this week was delivered by Mr. John Thomas, our respected townsman, on "the peculiarities of Welsh Poetry," to a large and respecta- ble audience, at the Society's Rooms. The lecturer, being one of the distinguished sons of the Awen," entertained his audience (particularly that portion of it that had a slight knowledge of the Welsh language), with a rich treat for a considerable time. The chair was occupied by the Rev. Mr. Williams, of St. Paul's church. At the conclusion of the address, the thanks of the meeting were presented to the lecturer, with enthusiastic applause.