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ST. JOHN'S AMBULANCE CLASSES.

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ST. JOHN'S AMBULANCE CLASSES. To the Editor of the Chronicle." Sir,—I am exceedingly glad to find some inquiries in your journal concerning the progress of such im- portant knowledge as that taught in these classes to a populated mining district like Pontypridd and Rhon- dda Yalley, where so many calamities occur and the doctors connected with the several works are often difficult to be found. I think the population of the Rhondda district may ask colliery doctors, with con- fidence, to form these classes, upon the condition that those who pass may assist them materially by atten- ding to the injured until the doctor's arrival (which is a long space of time in many instances) when the sufferer is liable to a great deal of pain, neglect, and unnecessary exhaustion. I hope to see a good number of medical gentlemen offering their services to these classes next week through the columns of your valuable paper.—Apolo- gising for thus troubling you, I am, sir, Yours obediently, JUNIUS.

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