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ABERDARE. MECHANICS' INSTITUTE.—On Tuesday evening, March -27th, the Rev. J. Griffiths, vicar, delivered a lecture, the first of a series, on ancient Britain. The period treated of by the rev. gentleman was the first epoch in the history of tue ancient Britons, ending at the time of the invasion by Hie Romans. Mr.jGriffiths said that the subject was interest- ing to all, but peculiarly so to Welshmen. He said that the Welsh stood alone amongst the natious of the earth; it was a fact amounting almost to a miracle, that the Welsh possessed more of their nationality for the last two hundred years of wars and troubles than any other nation under heaven. It was a fact, he said, that rhe Welsh language had been preserved so pure, that the Briton of the time of Julius Cresar might converse with ease with the Welshman of o l ilJ, verifying the very very old prediction :— Eu iner a l'olant, Eu iaith a gadwanL" The lecture was very interesting, and seemed to give general satisfaction. At the close a vote of thanks was voted to Mr. Ufiniths. and also to Mr. Thos. Weyne, the chairman. T.1e mxt lecture will be delivered in April next.

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