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TO CORRESPONDENTS. .i ,¡v"l"t;v' Oori-v p.nAo.ot "ritv.c to OOuu.tD.1'n:Jnnfl t},p, PnTJJCI PAi.rrv, "but continues our most earnest well-wisher." We are obliged to him for his wishes, but we cannot pay even our errand- bay with them. The very urchin expects something more every Saturday evening indeed, we don't know that he cares much c.h:>ut oar wishes'it' he cares at all, so that he gets the pay in cash. We have suffered so much from goaci wishes, that we get rather eareless about them ourselves but there is one way to serve us, and to enable us to serve the country—i. that those who agree wi-tb us in our general objects do tahe t/ie PRINCII'ALITY and pay us faith fully for it. T. j. T,Tenby.We shall be aliarays glad to hear from him. "Po J. Swansea. -We shall endeavour to make room for his next week. We have received payments from Mr. A. B., Barmith; Rev. M. E., Nir. T. M. J., Llaudiio; Mr. D W., P-ntynridd; C. V., and W. W., Cardiff; J. S" Swansea; Rev. ,J. D Pembroke j D. Ii:, Sirhowy P. J., Cardiff; D. B., Maesr leg: J. T and Miss M., Glynnedd. J. J. B."—Duly received, and shall be soon attended to. S. B.—Your l^tjter, *e regref, is crowded out. W" r.

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jTHE REV. MR. GORHAM.:

THE VICTORIA WORKS.

THE BISHOP OF EXETER.

CARDIFF.

ST. MELLOFS.

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