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CHARITABLE ACTIONS AND POLI- TICAL MOTIVES. ONE of our Tory contemporaries has discovered a mare's nest. It gives editorial prominence to a statement that it has heard rumours to the effect that political moMves are at the root of the present, as we think, noble attempt to found a fund for the purpose of assisting the widows and orphans created by the heart- rending disaster which has occured at Nantlle Strange that our contemporary should have "L been the first to hear this rumour. Can it have existed at all except in the imagination of the writer? The newspaper press, especially of the Tory ilk, is credited with much p >wer of Pagination. We fear our contemporary is, in this particluar instance, only exemplifying the correctness of this popular idea. We, on our side, can only understand this attempt to quash a benevolent object as emanating from political motives of the meanest kind. Sllrelr it should not be deemed a crime that the first intimation of the desirability of this scheme to tender timely assistance to the surviving victim of an untoward providence, should have been made in our columns, and if the appeal made to the benevolent and charitable district received a, heartier response from Liberals, which und( ubtedly is the case, than from Tories, the fact should not be construed to the discredit of the former. What can be really thought of the uncharitableness, yea, t'ven cruelty of the party, who can, under cloak Qf a sanctimonious regard for purity of mo- tives, to serve party purposes, damage an object eo noble.

OUR LONDON LETTER.

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