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-'---TO AGENTS.

TO SUBSCRIBERS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

REACTION.

jTHE REV. MR. GORHAM.:

THE VICTORIA WORKS.

THE BISHOP OF EXETER.

CARDIFF.

ST. MELLOFS.

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ST. MELLOFS. BIUTISH SCHOOL.—The friends of liberal education have formed themselves into a committee to raise a British School in this vil- lage. They applied respectfully to the vicar, the Rev. Edward Jenkins, to co-operate with them, which he peremptorily re- fused, but on the condition of sending the children to church on Sunday, &c. A parish meeting was held some five or six weeks ago, and the parish unanimously agreed to place at the dis- posal of the committee the old poorhouse for this purpose Sundry repairs are being effected, and the school is to be opened M May. lhe parish officers have been honoured with a letter to the following effect from the rev. vicar ._°UREA WL £ LI To the Wardens and Overseers of St. Mellon'a. "Gentlemen,—Take notice, that whatever you do to the poor- house, you do it on your own responsibility because if I have anv power over it, depend upon it I will enforce that power. "I am, &c., (From a Correspondent.) EDWARD JENKINS." [We think it a great pity that the Rev. E. Jenkins did not live' with Bonner or Wasto time, or does not now reside nearer the meek and gentle Dr. Phillpotts as to locality. Ho certainly is out of place in one respect or the other. We are sorry for him, and being willing to believe that his malady is physical rather than moral, we give it as our opinion that a little ADE rient medicine may do him good.—ED. P. j 1

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