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SALE OF WORK AT HOOLE.

DJSATH OF MR. C. EDWARDS.…

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HUNTING.

SIR WATKIN WYNN'S

ALLEGED WOUNDING AT HELSBY.

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CORRESPONDENCE.

THE YEOMANRY COMMAND.

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THE YEOMANRY COMMAND. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,âMay I be permitted, in reply to many letters received and questions asked on this subject, to express in your columns a wish that 110 more may be said about it? I regret the prominence given to it by the leports of uiy remarks at Nant- wich last week, especially in a form calculated to convey the impression that it was my object to air a grievance on a public platform, than which nothing was further from my thoughts in attending the meeting. That meeting was not a. public one, but an informal meeting of my Nantwich political com- mittee, held in a room of the club, and having for its object a discussion of the political situation before my departure for India. My allusion to the Yeomany command was elicited solely by the speech of the Chairman, and was more in the nature of a, conversational reply than with any thought of its widespread circulation in the Press. May I say further that, although I am naturally sorry to leave the regiment and disappointed not to command it at the end of my service, its new colonel has the assurance of my best wishes in his important duties in which he will, 1 know, have the hearty support of his junior officers, including my son, through whom 1 shall still feel that 1 have some connection with the regiment?âYour obedient servant, JAMES TOMKINSON. Cromer, Nov. 7, 1905.

BATTLE OF ROWTON MOOR.

THE ROOK AND THE SPARROW.

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AN APPEAL FROM JAPAN.

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