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MILFORD. The first annual meeting of the Milford and, Hakin British 9 r n $ school was held in the school-room on Tuesday, the llth instant J. Roberts, Esq., of Studdolph Hall, presided, and the following gentlemen favoured the meeting with their presence, and took part in the proceedings. The Rev. Mr. Stamper, of Uxbridge, Mr. W. Walters, of Preston, Mr. Heeley and Mr. J. H. Thomas, of Milford, Mr. Edward Davies, of Haverfordwest, Mr. Thomas, of Rosemarket, and Mr. Pughe, of Pembroke Dock. The chil- dren'were examined in reading, arithmetic, history, and geography, and several excellent specimens of writing and drawing were exhibited. The lessons had not been prepared for the occasion, and therefore the readiness with which the questions were answered, was the TOore satisfactory as it proved the thoroughness of the training; the questions asked by gentlemen on the platform being replied to with as much ease and correctness as those put by the master. Altogether the progress of the children was highly gratifying to the numerous audience, and reflected great credit on ,Mr. Greening, who has only had charge of the school for nine months. The report showed that a heavy debt remains on the building, but expressed a hope that it would be much reduced before the close of the present year by a special effort to be made immediately, and by a bazaar on a rather extensive scale to be held about Christmas.

IFISIIGU ARD.,

NORTH WALES.

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