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ABERYSTWYTH.

TUESDAY,—Before the Mayor.

LLANBADARN.

PWLLHELI.

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PWLLHELI. LITERARY MEETING.—On the 22nd instant, a literary meeting was held in the National School of this place. The prizes, consisting of books and money, were open for competition to the scholars of the Sunday School ex- clusively. The chair was taken by the Rev. E. Osborne Williams, vicar, and the adjudicators were the Rev. Mr Morgan, Llanfrothen, and Mr Thomas, Portmadoc. There was a very crowded and respectable attendance. Prizes were given to the successful competitors in reading, writing, reciting impromptu speeches, singing, &c. Mr Daniel Pierce (late pupil teacher) was adjudged the best essayist on the advantages of written prayer over ex- temporary. The church choir, under the leadership of Mr Sharpe, sang several anthems with that accuracy and taste which showed that they must have undergone a careful course of training for the occasion. The success of the meeting is to be attributed in no small measure to the persevering efforts of the Rev. J. Morgan, curate.

BALA.

DOLGELLEY.

LLANGOLLEN.

CORWEN.

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THE WELSH EDUCATION ALLIANCE…

ABERYSTWYTH.

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