Three printed pamphlets from the University of Wales (Prifysgol Cymru): two reports of the Special Committee of the Theological Board, and 'University Appointments Board. Memorandum on Appointments in the Civil Service at Home and Abroad'.
The three items in good condition, on lightly aged and worn paper, with stamps, shelfmarks and red labels of the Board of Education Reference Library. ONE: 'Report of the Special Committee of the Theological Board on certain Theological Colleges. Received by the Theological Board at its Meeting on June 25th, 1909, and presented to the University Court at its Meeting on November 26th, 1909.' By E. Anwyl, H. Rashdall and T. F. Roberts, and dated June 1909. 17 + pp., 12mo. Table giving 'Number of Students who have completed B.D. Examinations, 1896-1908' as two-page appendix. TWO: 'Report of the Special Committee of the Theological Board on the Theological Colleges of Wales, 1914.' By E. Anwyl, A. E. Garvie and T. F. Roberts. 30pp., 12mo. Text paginated 1-20, followed by two appendices paginated 1-10. First appendix giving 'Particulars as to Students in the Associated Theological Colleges, Session 1913-14'; second appendix giving the 'Class Time-Table: Session 1913-14' of the Theological College, Bala. THREE: 'University Appointments Board. Memorandum on Appointments in the Civil Service at Home and Abroad'.  + 16pp., 12mo. Headed: 'The following notes on appointments in the Civil Service are based upon the most recent information received from Government departments.' Areas covered include: Junior Grade of the Administrative Class; The Inland Revenue Department; The Ministry of Health: District Audit Staff; Live Stock Officers (Male); Assistants in the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew; Scholarships; Research Scholarships: Colonial Office; Miscellaneous Appointments in the Home Service; Appointments in the Foreign Office and Diplomatic Service; The Consular Service; The Indian Civil Service Group of Examinations; Women in the Civil Service. All three items scarce, with no copies of any of them at the British Library or on COPAC, and only one (a copy of Item Two at Bangor University) on OCLC WorldCat.