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I PORTMADOC.

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I PORTMADOC. Till NEW STKAM SAWMILL.— A new steam saw mill has been just opened in the Port, erected by a spirited local Company, and forms a valuable addition to the me. chanical machines of the town. It performs most splen- didly, and will be of decided advantage to the quarries in the neighbourhood, and to builders, as by its means they can procure with the greatest despatch anything which they may require. We wish the Company every success, and congratulate the district upon this useful improvement. FRENCH AND GF.RMAN.-Wetre glad to find that tht inhabitants of these distTietll have now an opjvortunity afforded them of acquiring a knowledge of the above named two languages, which are the most useful and important of the Continental ones. A gentleman named Mons. Alsacer attends once a week at the National School-room, where a class has been formed of some of the most respectable inhabitants of the tnwn, and his method of teaching, which is the conversational one, is at once both pleasing and effective. He has been en- gaged in different parts of the kingdom fur the past nine years or so; and is highly commended by persons of the highest authority for his gentlemanly conduct as a man, and his talents as a teacher. A knowledge of French and Germap is of the greatest advautage to every one but more epeciaJly so to the inhabitants of a seapoit like Portmadoc, whose foreign trade is chiefly connected with the German Ports in the Baltic, and with German and French Houses. The present is an opportunity, therefore, which should not lie neglected, as a kDow, ledge of the two languages can be obtained, and at a very trifling charge. We learn, likewise, that Mona. Alsacer intends to establish a class for Ladies, if a suf- ficient number of pupils should enrol themselves for that purpose. ■— —.

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