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ADVERTISEMENT MR. EN'S CLERK'S ANSWER TO THE COMPI AINT OF NORAH MORGAN. Yo Me Editor oj the Monmouthshire Merlin. SIR,—I have seen Norah Morgan's of kst week, complaining of my having, as Mr. Owen's ciSk received 10s. from her, which she subsequently wished to b« returned; and as you inserted her complaint in very flowing colours, I trust you will insert my answer, as if there is a n blame to be attached to anyone, it is to me The facts are these,—Mrs. Nora Morgan'applied tome wish ing me to send for Mr Owdh i 1 1 lJll^u lonit, wi*" adjourned case of bastlvdv 'n which shp was complainant. I told her I could not send for Mr Owen m' with 1110 SO much monev A* ,U1 she would leave down from Pontvoool t\ vJ' "°Ver 118 **Penses to cm- I then wrote to TVft O ev>Pprt( on which she gave me 10s be required heft ro th^'1' '*in8 that his services would following Thnre \>fe ^a8lstrates in this case; and on the al'ei ta Ld tb tday Mr\ °Wen came do™ attend, when he heard and^li«i lnstead of an adjournment the case had been heard and dismisseJ, and that thercfore nothing could be done, could afford aPpeal would be lnorp than Norah Morgan ould afiord to pay, and it was not very likely therefore that I should return the 10s„ when Mr. Owen e^peXd more in coming down, at this woman's particular I equpst. I am, Sir, your obedient servant Norah's eloquent lips.]

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