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OUR readers would have observed in our impression of last week a letter from the Editor to Sir George Grey with respect to the sentence passed upon Martin, who was convicted at our last assizes of murder. In a second edition we were able to publish the subjoined letter from the Home Secretary Whitehall, July 27, 1848. Io. SiR,—With "reference to your communication respecting the case of .Thomas Martin, who was convicted at the late Gla- morganshire Assizes of murder, and sentenced to death,—I am directed by Secretary Sir George Grey to acquaint you that a Respite will be forwarded by this night's post to Cardiff, for staying the execution of the prisoner until further signification: at her Majesty's pleasure. H I am, Sir, H Your obedient Servant, "H. WADDINGTON. E, van Jones, Esq., PILINCIPALITY Office, Cardiff."

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THE REV. W. WILLIAMS, -(CALEDFRYN).

CARDIFF.

" SWANSEA,

IMPORTANT MEETING,

NEATII.

NEWPORT.

-HA VERFORDWEST.

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