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PROTRACTED CASE OF ARBITRATION.

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SIR WATKÆN AND HIS BÄLA TENANTRY.

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SIR WATKÆN AND HIS BÄLA TENANTRY. Stit,Having noticed in your issue of last week the translation of a letter from Thomas Jones, Deildref, Llanuwchliyr., which appeareli tin Y Dydd of the 11th., inst., I think it but right that your readers should also see the translation of a letter in answer to the same which was sent te the editor of Y Brdd on the 12th inst., but which has ^xot appeared in the columns of that paper. Yours, &c., A SUBSCRIBER. [TRANSLATION.] To the Editor of Y Dydd. SIR, --I was surprised tc see in YDydd of the ltth Snst., •an announcement from Thomas Jones, Deildref, Llan- uwchUvn, that the contents of the address which was sent to Sir Watkin were not fully explained to him, and since it was I who took the same to Thomas Jones, I consider it my duty to explain the particulars through the columns of Y Dydd. Thus it was: I went there and found him and his wife alone in the house. After the usual saluta- tions, I told him that some of Sir Watkin's tenants had determined upon sending a letter to him expressing their sympathy at the disrespect which was shown him at Bala on the polling day. I took the letter from my pocket, and reached it to him (a correct copy of which was sent to Sir Watkin), and as far as I could understand, he read the letter every Word, and did not ask me to explain any- thing to him. He desired his wife to reach the ipen. and ink, and said he should have been very sorry if this ad- dress had been sent to Sir Watkin without his having put his name to it. He thanked me warmly for coming there, and said he was sorry I should have had the trouble. These are the simple facts as to the signing of the address .1 by Thomas Jones, Deildref, LlanuwchUyn. -I am, &c., THOMAS WILLIAMS. Rhydsarn, Llanuwchllyn, 12th Feb., 1870. The letter has since appeared in Y Dydd.-ED.

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