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;MRS. CORNWALLIS-I WEST. I

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MRS. CORNWALLIS- I WEST. I REPLIES TO HER CRITICS. "MY FRIENDS KNOW I ) THE TRUTH" I II THE TRUTH. I 5 1rs. Corn wallis-West, who figures so pro-1 tomently in the recent War Office inquiry report. said to a "Daily Sketch" representa- tive :— I know the truth., and my friends know the truth. I have had abundance of evidence that they still believe in me. I have nothing to say. The whole thing is beneath con- tempt. She would say nothing in her defence, had ??- h e i?-ou i c i ,?ay liot h fio message to convey to those who have heard only one side of the story. I prefer to remain silent. It is the only dignified way," she said. Mrs. Corn wall is-West was sitting very Quietly, but (says the writer) she was deeply stirred, and there were moments when her eyes Hashed with indignation. Mrs. Com- wallis-West is still charming. She still re- tains her slim figure and the graceful ease of early youth. The wealth of beautiful white hair adds a crowning touch of dignity to the woman. In the town Mrs. Cornwallis- West takes a deep interest in the wounded soldiers, for whom she has done very much. All the boys speak with gratitude of her, having apparently many pleasant memories of her kindness. They all talk enthusiasti- ically of her care and kindness. COLONEL COENWALLIS- WEST'S I COMPLAINT. Colonel Corn wall is-West. in an interview Vith the "Liverpool Evening Post." com- plained that the findings of a "secret" in- quiry and "selected items" had been made public, and that letters from Lieut. Barrett to his wife had not been, published. He jadded, however On the whole, aaid as there was no ap- peal, the incident should be regarded as closed, and Mrs. Cornwallis-WestTs reputac- ition could very well be left to those numer- ous people both in the County of Denbigh and elsewhere with whom she had worked so long. and who had know n her for so Biany years."

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