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SLIP II.—FROM HIS OWN COUNTRY.

.I EDUCATION IN WALES.

THE NORMAL COLLEGE FOR WALES.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE PRINCIPALITY.…

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. It is our invariable rule not to insert any communication without possessing in confidence the teal name of the writer. Thomas and Stephens, Millers." Your paragraph was in ef. feet an advertisement of the good qualities of some lime, of which we knew nothing, and therefore cou'd not recommend it. "H. Bowen," It is a delightful subject, but we have no time this week. We shall bear your request in mind. "J. Jones." If we cm get the act, we will publish all that may be necessary for the information you seek, at an early date. Meanwhile, you will find the principal provisions in col, 2, p, 3, of our present number. Eryr." We cannot understand the object of your paper. The Post is not free to correspond with an Editor. Spoonfuls and spoonsful are both used. We prefer the former. 11 M. Ellis." And he worshipped at the altar last Sunday did be ? We had both long predicted it. Has he taken the diploma with him ? J. C." We are sorry that we have not available space to pub- lih the case of Mr. Shore. A Scotch Mountaineer." You have not given us your name. "J." Too late this week. Tremrliudd." We have not thought it desirable thus far to publish Welsh poetry. We could not possibly publish the long and excellent letter of the Rev. D. Evans in our present number.

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