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PRESENTATION TO THE REV. J.…

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MONTGOMERY.

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BETHANY, KERRY.

KERRY.

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SIR PRYCE PRYCE-JONES, M.P.,…

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LLANMERI WiG.

" TORY RUFFIANISM."

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TORY RUFFIANISM." To the Editor of the Montgomeryshire Express and Radnor T imes. Sir,—Having read a parag aph this day in a eoflk temporary of yours, header' Tory ruffianism at YVfeishpool and Newtown," A wish to trouble you with a few words in rogard to the slur east upon Welshpool during tit-a day of poll. One of Mr Tracy's chief supporters, acted in a most suspicious inai ner with voters, by interfering, and taking hold of their arms against their wishes, and, after being remon- strated with as to his conduct, going into the hall. T'ce Conservatives, seeing this continuing, spoke to Mr Tracy complaining of the action of hie supporters. Du,ng this scene the Conservatives behaved calm and dignified, though much enraged At this disgraceful conduct. It was owing to Sir Pryce that no unpleasaut dis- turbance took place, who, on hearing ot tbiÆf, addressed the crowd, and implored his friends not create any disturbance; to shew Mr Tracy that Welshpool he could even enter on the day of pollr and receive thit respect which he (Sir Pryce) WK" not accustomed to receive in some of the olhfil borough towns. Mr Tracy, in the hearing of numbers present, "thanked Sir Pryce for his courtesy and kindness, and expressed openly that what Sir Pryco had saia was only what he expected from him, and begged of Sir Pryce to let the matter drop and say no more about it." Mr Tracy after this spent some time amonget hif friends, and passed to and fro amongst the crowd* and during the afternoon he called at his hotel, and proceeded to the station without any interference ot any shape or foim, and not under police protection' as stated by persons who were never near this town- that day. Anticipating your kindness by inserting this in. Q your next issue, youis etc., Welshpool, JOHN PArr CK. 23rd July, 1892. Secretary Conserve 3 (jlub^

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