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dexbigil LORD ABERDEEN AT HOWELL'S SCHOOL.—On Saturday evening the Earl of Aber- deen, oil his way from the installation of the Prince of Wales at Carnarvon, visited the Howell's School for Girls, Denbigh, at the invitation of Miss Beloe, B.A., the head mistress. He was met by the Lord Bishop of St. Asaph (chairman) and other governors, and be thoroughly inspected the school and the work of higher education for girls going on there. Subsequently, at a gathering of the scholars, governors, and friends, the Bishop introduced Lord Aberdeen, who counselled the girls to make the most of the great opportunities given them at the school, and indicated the means of educational advancement conferred. He laid special stress on the girls fostering the spirit of sympathy with each other in their work, and to help on the name and fame of that excellent school by the cultivation of that spirit of sympathy which it was one of the aims of the teaching there to cultivate.

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