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I_Waddington v. Allen,

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I Waddington v. Allen, TO THE EDITOR OF THE KOCTH WAr.t!'I XCHO." 8m,- You publish a letter from Mr Wadding- ton, who confesses he is at a loss to understand my action, and as this is a deliberate attempt to mislead your readers I take the liberty of request- ing your indulgence by publishing this letter. On Monday night last, at Couti.Riel)eil meeting, Mr Waddingtou made certain statements and challenged me to meet him face to face." This was published in your report in Tuesday's issue, and I immediately accepted his invitation, both through your columns and by letters sent to him, Further, letters were written to Mr Waddington on Wednesday with the object of bringing about what he so ardently professed to desire, and from then until I saw bis letter in this morning's paper not one word has been beard from him. These are the facts of the case, and th- y speak for themselves. Now, this morning Mr Wadditigton evidently wants me to deal with him through the Pcese, but as he made his statements m a public meeting I claim my right to reply to him nnder similar conditions, and as my agent (Ml" Daniel Morgan) bas arranged a meeting for Monday evening next at the Albany-road Schools I shall ba delighted to meet this gentleman, who now in the garb of a supporter of Trade Unions liases as their champion. Play up, Waddington, and "face to face" with myself face the intisle.-I anl, &c., W. H. ALLEN. 1 anl, &c., W. H. ALLEN. 21, Albany-road, Cardiff, Oct. 26, 1895.

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