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In Vice-Chancellor Stuart's Court, a motion on the part of the Times to restrain the proprietor of the Clerkenwell News from using the words and London Times," as part of the title of his paper, has been withdrawn on defendant's undertaking not to use the sub-title. ST. DAVID'S COLLEGE, LAMPETER.-A well-informed correspondent, referring to our recent notice of educational movements in Wales, states that the reverend principal of St. David's College is so far from discouraging the admission of non-theological students, that it was by his special desire that the name of a gentleman, who has lately passed the examination for direct commissions, was placed on the college books. The statement that only one non-theological student has applied for admission to this college is likewise incorrect. The number of such men is indeed small, but is increasing with a growth which, though slow, is not imperceptible. Of the Government grant to which our correspondent alluded, not one penny passes into the pockets of the professors. These corrections are made in justice to gentlemen who are doing their best in a liberal spirit to extend the utility of St. David's ^College.—Daily News,

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