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TO THE EDITOR OF THE PRINCIPALITY.

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severe on those who act unworthy of their positions. Pe- rish rather than suppress a truth demanded by the interests of the public. Yours, &c., Haverfordwest, June 19. E. DAVIES. [We have not seen any retraction in the Silurian, nor do we believe that the editor of that paper was the Writer of the article in question. If internal evidence can be at all credited, he unfortunately lends his columns occasionally to ether parties. If our brethren on both sides are satisfied with what has been already published, we are quite so, and do not intend replying to any personal allusions in Mr. Charles's last letter but there are two or three points in- volved in it to which separate articles shall be devoted. We can bear the charges which he brings against us, seeing that they have already been brought against all reformers, in all ages, and under every conceivable circumstances. We arc in good company, and Time, kind Time, will vindicate the meekness of our spirit, if vindication be needed. We be- lieve not one in every seventy of our readers would thank us for devoting a line to the question.] 0