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---BIBLE SOCIETY 8 MEETING.…

THE USK GRAMMAR SCHOOL.I

PONTYTOOL COLLEGE.

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PONTYTOOL COLLEGE. To the Editor of the Free Press. Sir,—"Judex" says that I "admit" that I am in possession of the list of voters at the late election. I have admitted nothing of the kind. This is not import- ant, but it shews that his statements must be received with caution. He has got into a muddle with his for- inula. He is an ungracious man, but I will help him a little out of his difficulty. Now, "Judex," you affirmed that" Scrutator" had not dealt fairly with the list— that if it were otherwise dealt with it would have given another result, and you were invited to try your hand." This is as if (perhaps this way of putting the matter may assist you, as you tried a similar way in your last, though, alas for you without the least success) a man who had not liked the damaging evidence of a witness (the list) elicited by counsel ("Scrutator") should say, Ah, that examination was not fairly conductedif I only had him under examination his evidence would be altogether on the other side," and the presiding judge should say, "Let that witness return to the box, and now, 'Judex,' you may examine him." The reason why Scrutator" does not call for the witness again is, I should think, that he (the witness) has given evidence which 1 believe cannot be shaken; but if you think you can do anything with him, there he is for you. And as the editor of the Seren was one engaged at the meeting in registering the votes, it is very probable that ho can give you such information as may enable you to get pos- sesion of tbe list. Considerations of self respect. Mr Editor, forbid my making allusion in detail to the letter of Judex." It is characterised by the same faults as the former one, and his glory is in his shame. But if he seriously think that the publication of the voting list will demolish Scrutator" and realiso his own fond hopes, I see no reason why your irate correspondent should forego such a splendid opportunity. Again I say, Let him try his hand, and we shall see—what we shall see. June 25th, 1877. GWIRIQNEDD.

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THE SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION.

OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT.j