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LLANFIGAEL.

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LLANFIGAEL. ANGLESEY COLLEGIATE ScuoOL.-Hy the Oxford LIst, just published, we find four pupils from the above School passed at the Local University Examinations—W. Nay- lor, aged 16; W. Conry, aged 15 It W. Jones, aged 15, obtaining the A.A. degree; and A Naylor, aged 12. the certificate. All the boys passed with a star to their names, shewing their proficiency in religious knowledge. It has been our pleasing duty before to chronicle the success of the above school at these examinations. In the course of the last two years, eight pupils have been sent from the Anglesey Collegiate School, ALL of whom have passed with a star to their names. The fact of Dr. Waymouth's pupils passing at so young an age proves the excellency of the education given at the An- glesey Collegiate School, and the parents must be highly delighted with the results. We sincerely trust we Iiall have yet to chronicle the further success of such an ably conducted establishment.

! BETHESDA.

DENBIGH.

I FESTINIOG.

IHOLYHEAD.

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