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HAVERFORDWEST RIFLE VOLUNTEERS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

THE «■ LIBERAL » TRADESMAN'S…

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THE «■ LIBERAL » TRADESMAN'S SCREW. As an illustration of t! e ill feeling that prevails in the Liberal camp, we may mention that the Vicar of St. Mary's and his were subjected to the grossest insults when about to leave Haverfordwest in thair carriage on Wednesday evening. Colonel Edwardes's procession arrived in the Castle Square at the moment Mr Philipps and his family were about to take their departure. A number of "roughs," urged on by a few respectably dre!!sed" men of busintss," surrounded the carriage one of the party got upon the carriage, and another struck the horses, while the general body g-ave the assembled crowd specimens of the insulting powers of the Liberal tongue. Fortunately, the horses, which were spirited animals, were kept under control, and the carriage and its occupants—among whom were several ladles-passed. through the crowd in safety. The names of some of the instigators of this outrage are known, and if this conduct is repeated, we shall not hesitate to publish the names of the Liberal trades- men and others who carry their Jove of politics so far as to countenance, and even participate in ttttacks On the persons and property of those who differ from tbem.

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HAVERFORDWEST TOWN COUNCIL.