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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. 1-11111----

PENCADER.

ANTI-WELSH.

BOGUS DEGREES.,s ————— I 1

THE REPRESENTATION OF THE…

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THE REPRESENTATION OF THE CARMARTHEN BOROUGHS. To the Editor of THE JOURNAL. SIR,-My attention has been called to the sensi- ble article which appeared in your issue of the week before last on this subject. It is only too true, I am afraid, that during the heat of the con- troversy raging between The rival Radicals that a few of the Unionist electors, yielding in the excitement of the moment to the wiles of the Radical canvassers, promised to support Mr Lewis Morris against Major Joues. But, gir, it surely is not at all sophistical to say that such promises given to either Radical while there was no Union- ist in the field were in their very nature condi- tional on there being no Unionist candidate to vote for. Now that a Unionist is almost certain to come forward, it is very desirable that the eyes of our Unionist voters should not be blinded by the dust which is being so assiduously stirred up by our opponents. There ought to be no mincing matters, as there is no middle course which can be steered, and everyone should be plainly told that (para- doxical as it may sound) any Unionist who votes for Mr Morris against a Unionist candidate is no Unionist at all, but a Quixotic. I am, Sir, Yours obediently, Ä.

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