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IRELAND.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. RECEIVED the communication and enclosure from Bridgend. CnlRo BACH'S interesting communication reached us last night,—too late for insertion this week. The Cardiff Shipping also arrived last night; a day too late for insertion. At the last moment before going to press, we have been obliged to put the concluding part (3) of The Literature of Wales" aside, to make room for a column of Advertisements. Mr EDWARD JONES, who dates from Dowlais Iron Works, styles the desecration of the Sabbath a trivial occurrence.' We need say no more for excluding from our columns, a letter, which is be- sides full of impertinence and misstatements. GWIR'S letter shall appear in our next, if possible. We respect the zeal of "WILLIAM PRICE;" but his verbosity is too much both for us and our readers. Many thanks to D. T.—We only want the account of Iron sent down the Glamorganshire Canal for 1829 and 1830, to make the table complete. As soon as we have procured that we shall publish the whole. Our notices of the Magazines are unavoidably post- poned. We will have ti grin at Twm Shon Catty the first opportunity-

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