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Mr Llewelyn Williams' Speech I LIBEL ACTION DISCONTINUED. I An interesting libel action which was ex- pected to come oil for trial in the summer in London has come to a premature end. The plaintiff was the Earl of Jersey, and the de- fendant Mr. Llewelyn Williams, the member for the Carmarthen Boroughs. On the Plst. September 'last Mr. Williams addressed a crowded meeting in support of the Budget at the Adys Road Council School. Dnlwich, in connection with the proposed lax on undeveloped land and the increment duty, and drew an illustration from Swansea. A report of that speech appeared in the South London Press. Lord Jersey, through his solicitors (Messrs. Fresh.fields), took objec- tion to the speech and endeavoured to get Mr Williams to withdraw his statement and to sign an apology. That Mr. Williams refused to do. and in November last a writ claiming £ 500 damages for libel and slander was issued asainst hinJ. A defence was put in for Mr. Williams, and the pleadings were closed. The time for giving notice of ititil having ex pired, the plaintiff's solicitors were informed that unless they proceeded with the action an application to dismiss it would be made. Thereupon, the plaintiff's solicitors took out a summons for leave to discontinue the proceed- ings. and an order was on Saturday made dis- continuing the action and ordering the plaintiff, the Earl of Jersey, to pay the defen- dant's costs. The defendant was represented in the proceedings by Mr John T. Lewis, soli- citor, Chrneery Lane.

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