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The Disloyalists.

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The Disloyalists. Sir,—To say positively that I know would be to presume a trifle too much, but I have very, very strong reason to believe that not a few Liberals with whom I am familiar voted Tory at Newtown. Left to themselves I daresay they would have stood true, but worried day and night by Tory canvassers, they yielded. We, of course, know many of the sympathetic yarns that were told to fetch votes, and the cajoleries practised every- where, but all these things were no justification for the disloyalists. Their names are known at Liberal headquarters, and if, as is said, their dis- loyalty was due to more mercenary motives, then they should be left to the patronage of the party whom they supported in the hope of obtaining personal favours.—Yours truly. JUSTICE. P.S.-These are the men too, who chatter about their Liberalism and appear devoted Noncon- formists. Their religion, like their politics, evidently is only a commercial one.

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