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DEFIANCE TO THE LORDS.

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MONTGOMERY..

THE LATE REV. ROBERT HUGHES.

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ALLEGATIONS AGAINST A SCHOOLMASTER To the Editor of the Montgomeryshire Express and Radnor Times. Sir,—Kindly permit me as the Master of the school referred to in your issue of the 31st ult. to say the eta, ements are grossly untrue. I quote your own words: Another woman with tears in her eyes de- clared that blows on the side of the head with a ruler had caused her child to beeome deaf." If the above can be verified I will give .£1(). to any local charity. No child has ever been hit on the side of che head, or on the head at all with a ruler, and the assertion that the children of the parents who were summoned would not attend school on account of the Master's severity is an excuse invented by the parents for the purpose of escaping conviction for their culpable fneglect of duty io sending their children regularly to school. Before [ became Master of the school three of the same defendants were sum noned for similar ;neglect of duty, (one parent has been summoned three times), and: seeing that notorious cases year iafter year of irregularity of attendance are sirup.v dismissed, I wonder that the Commi t-ee of Council on Education is not communicated with.—I am, Sir, yours truly, Marton, Chirbury, Salpn. JAMES C. MAIN. 9th Nov., 1893.

ALLEGATIONS AGAINST A SCHOOLMASTER

THE RECENT EARTHQUAKE.

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