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UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. t Siit,-The able and temperate letter of the member for the Denbighshire Boroughs calls for a very few words in reply. He disclaims any intention on the part of the founders of the College to do more than establish a large school at Aberystwith. May I then put this question," Have they given up all hope of obtaining a Government grant, a charter, and the power to confer degrees ?" 1. I have seen the report, to which your correspond- ent alludes, and I assert that a Nonconformist has free access to all the educational advantages of the great universities, and also to all their endowments, except, perhaps, a few professorships to which canonries are annexed. Of the various colleges this cannot be so strongly asserted, though of many it is substantially true. The passage in my letter referred only to educa- tional advantages; the endowments, which are still beyond the reach of Nonconformists, would be amply compensated for, by the voluntary system, which has established and is to support the University College of Wales. 2. My assertion that the Institution, of which I wrote, would be prejudicial to the interests of the Church of England in Wales, is said to be unsupported by argu- ment, and is compared to the language of an Austrian Protectionist about free trade. The parallel is ingenious, but not exact. It is a mistake to imagine that life-outside the law-courts-is ruled by what is called argument. I would ask you, Mr Editor, if, when you are about to invest your money in some promising speculation, you indulge in abstract considera- tions of financial and economical laws, or whether you adopt the more compendious method of closeiy scanning the names of the promoters. I would also ask every Churchman who reads this correspondence whether it is not a significant fact that my second assertion is denied by the champion of Disestablishment and Disendow- ment of the Church in Wales.—Yours, &c. GWLADGAEWR.

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