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rThe correspondence published in this column must not be always considered necessarily in coutonaitv with the prin- ciples or opinions of the journal.] [TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERLIN AND SILURIAN.] SIR.,—An incorrect statement was made by one of the witnesses at th^Newport Police Court, in the case of William Francombe, reported in your paper of the 1st inst. He alleged that Mr. Wi liam Baker, of St. Brides, who was concerned in this case, was worse for liquor. We, the undersigned, were in the company of Mr. William Baker on the afternoon of the day referred to in your report, a few minutes before he left the South Wales Railway Station, and can confidently assert that he was perfectly sober at the time, and also after the disturbance with the man Francomb. RICHARD BAKER, Commissioner. LEWIS WILLIAMS, Magor. MATTHEW COPE, Caerieon. CHARLES MILXER, Magor Pill. SAMUEL LITTLE, lligh-street, ELIJAH G-WILLIAM. Newport. Newport. WILLIAM WATERS, Redwick. T. 13. liiLLiER, Lower Grange. ROBT. DUCKHAH, jun., .Newport Newport. WILLIAM WATERS, Redwick. T. B. liiLLiER, Lower Grange. ROBT. DUCKHAH, jun., .Newport •—

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