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THE CARNARVON ALDERMANIC "ELECTION.

THE "GOLEUAD" AND MR LLOYD…

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THE "GOLEUAD" AND MR LLOYD GEORGE. [TO THE EDITOR OF TXE NORTH WALES OBSER- VER AND EXPRESS."] Snt,-May I beg the favour of the insertion of the enclosed copy of a letter to the Editor of the ♦< Goleuad" in your next issue ? The public will then be able te judge whether tke reason given by the "Goleuad" for the nonappearance of Messrs T. Ellis and Herbert Lewis's letters is the correct one or not.-I remain, yours truly, R. PARRT, Chairman of Mr Lloyd George's Election Committee, Carnarvon Nov. 30, 1895. [COPY. ] [To the Editor of the Goleuad. Ty newydd, Carnarvon, Nov. 29, 1895. SIR,—I will not press you to publish the letters sent in answer to your malicious charges against Jffr Lloyd George. Doubtless you are aware ere this that the only hope of success in what you at- tempted lay in publishing one side and refusing to publish the other. We cannot, however, allow you not to publish the letters because, as you say, they were not sent to you at the same time as to the other papers. A copy was sent to you on the same day (Friday, Nov. 8) as it was sent to the co Manchester Guardian," the "Genedl," and other papers, and its receipt acknowledged by you f" Goleuad," Nov. 13.).—I remain, yours, &c., B. PABRY.

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