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To the Editor of the Advertiser and Guardian. ,Si it, I n the report of the investigation which took place last week, with respect to the melancholy acci- dent at the Penydarren Iron Works, there appeared as part of the verdict of the jury what 1 consider it to he a duty to myself and family to prove erroneouSt and this I do without imputing the conclusion they arrived at to anything more in them than they judged to have been betrayed by me, namely, ignorance'' â Nothing can be more satisfactorily proved than that I had on the day on which this awlul accident oc- curred, done all that I am required to do, and had found nothing wanting as far as there was a possibility of ascertaining by me, who am continually going from engine to engine and cannot without being actu dly present at each of them, know whether th« supply of water is at every moment what it ought to he. I fence it is evident that my care alone cannot render it impossible for accidents to occur, and that 1 can be answerable only for the condition of the engine at the times ol actual inspection, between which in- tervals must occur in which neglect, or ignorance, 01 both, may produce what I am by no means answer- both, may produce what I am by no means answer- able for. Trusting you will insert these lines in your next, and that it may obtain the same circulation as the report. I remain, sir. yours obediently, THOMAS LKWIS, Superintendant. Penydarren, Oct. 5th, 1841.

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