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V ' r r The Cymrie Element in the English People. By T. DARLINGTON, M.Ä. Page 234. Vol. II. No. 22.] OCTOBER, 1896. [Price Threepence. Edited by J. HÜGH EDWÄRDS. The National Awakening in Wales in its Relation to Welsh Literature. B y Peofessoe Anttyl, M.A. Ä Lay of Gower. By Max A. "Wright. "Oweii Rhos- comyl." By J. 0. Jones, Editor "Merthyr TlMES.") The Cymric Ele- ment in the English People. By T. DARLrxGTON, M.A., H.M.I. Through Welsh Spectacles. By W. Lletyelyîí Williams, M.A. Our Sunday Note- Book. By WlLLIAM GrEORGE. Progress of Women in Wales. By Mrs. "Wtntord Philipps <S: Miss Elsbeth Philipps. T. DÄRLINGTON, M.Ä., H.M.I. A Welsh College Tale. Chap. I. By Gracie ap Ehys. Welsh Notes. Special Notice.—It is requested that all communications for the Editor, be addressed—"Editor, 'Yoüng. Wales,' Aberystwyth." All Orders, Payments, Avertisements, &c, to be sent to Publishers, «YOUNG WALES," Carnarvon. CARNARVON: Printed by the Welsh National Press Company, Limited, "Express" Office.