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CARNARVON. I

TRAMPS.

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TRAMPS. SiR, -In practice Mr Baker's s ystem cannot he carried out—but a modification of it might be, under the autho- rity of an Act of Parliament. The alteration I would suggest is that a tramp should obtain a police or other certificate fmm his starting point in some such form as that given below. The production of this certificate to entitle, after search, to bed and food at fixed points along the route. By this means lie would be returned again when requitit.e. In the case of a man who breaks down on the road for want of food, he must go to the workhouse and remain there till a pass be obtained for him. This, with a strict enforcement of the present law, would alter matters much. ONE WHO WOULD HELP THE HONEST WAYFARER. Nov. 9th, 1867. Name I Height I-T Eyes Marks From To I Date I Signature.

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EDUCATION IN WALES.

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