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ON Tuesday Lord Hartington introduced to Sir W. Hart Dyke a deputation consisting of Sir Henry Roscoe, Sir Lyon Playfair, Mr. Rathbone, Mr. G. Howell, Mr. Cyril Flower, Sir B. Samuelson, and other gentlemen interested in education. They urged the desirability of the Technical Education Bill being passed, and of certain changes being made in the measure. Sir W. Hart Dyke replied favourably on both points. He was of opinion that the prospects of the Bill were good, both in the House of Commons and in the House of Lords.

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