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THE RADICAL ADDlmSS TO THE ELECTORS I OK MERIONETHSHIRE. Sin,—I last week called attention to the false sta- tistics put f'oitli in the Radical address t,) the county el.-ctois; I shall now name another equally false. The apoeryphal address states as f. ,lIlIWH The report (that is, report just published) adds, that a bishop lately de- c-eased had received £ 887,t'00 from the Church re- venues." Kow Sir, I take the liberty to ask Mr D. Villains where did he iiud that in the report just pub- lished Yes where I Let him answer if he can, or bear the shauio of fabricating visionary statistics. Mr Williams pretends that his statistics are derived from the Report of the Irish Church Commission just published; that is nothing more than a I)i,ft(ncc--tio report bearing that title has oeen jUf<t I'uolished." How then to account for the egi-egioiis blunders of this Kadic;ispirant for senatorial honours It may be that the Wot thy geutleuiau mistook the exploded report of 1831 far the Report of the Commissioners on the Revenues and Condition of the Established Church (lieaind) just published. Hut it is inure likely that Mr AViiliauis condescended to copy his statistical creed from the mendacious pamphlet ol Skeats, published uuder the auspices of the falsely called Liberation Society. Mr Wihiams's apocryphal statistics aie to be found in Skeats' pamphlet, which h is beeu exposed aud refuted over and over again. Whoever Mr 1>. Williams got his false statistics, ] I'cniurc to s:.y that he did not <j.t ti>> >< in the rtoort just />>■fis/ud why then did he siy so ft i, ;III i-npuilent and a u; andac-i-Mis at'einpt to impose upon the that it h i- been reo l.'ied ah •! lie. the lt l..lal<1 ,i, 1: !>" Jt\ ojVt. a I e a l'i l t-oC el. etois uii a lot 1. j -■ i- oc- S r'1/ Sir, t H d.c.u or i'opi-li (.a'W. i-t lacy united and thoroughly identical, must be iu a desperate condition, that it i» necessary that such abomiuable tricks Should be played to induce the Protestants ot Me. rionethsliiie to vote for it. But it is now too late to deceive tlu-m they are too wide awake to be persuaded 11 vote for Popery, and every olle that votes for the Radicals, really votes for the restoration of Popery. Protestants of Merionethshire, heed not the confes- ,qio)i(il, oi- the eltal)el se)-civ wliieli is the Webb furlll of sacerdotal despotism—that is, Popery. ,n ELECTOR.

"Y GOHEBYDD" VERSeS LORD PENRHYN.

LLANUXiA'NIX, XE,\R COX WAY.

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