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IMERTHYR POLICE.

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BRECONSHIRE.

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TO Til E EDITOR OF THE GAZETTE AND GUARDIAN Sir,—When Philodicseus speaks of the grossly remiss examination as to the causes of John Wil- liams's death, he speaks of what be knows nothing about, and assumes as a fact an unfounded assertion. 1 assert that the examination was not remiss. There was a most minute examination made, and there was nothing in the appearance of the body, or any circumstance whatever, to cause the least suspicion of any violenee having been done to it. In his motley checquered letter, full of wise saws" larded with cases, bort-owed from Impey's, and scraps of Latin, with a fag end of Greek (to shew his laming) he talks of the Coroner being liable to certain penalties—for what 1 When the accident happened, the Coroner was ill in his bed, and 20 miles from home; and never heard of the accident for some days after the man had been buried, and was so ill as not to be able to hold an an inquest on a sudden death which took place within 150 yards from where he lay. As to the insi- nuation that theCoroner takes fees forlnquests which he never held, and indeed it is well known, that the laws of our country forbid him; the Coroner is too honourable a man to do such an act. Philodicaeus had better take care in future to re- present matters in their true light than to promulgate false assertions. I am sir, Your obedient servant, A LOVER OF TRUTH.

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