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WATERTON DOG CASE.

To the Editor.

Sib, —Would you allow me space in your journal for a few lines concerning the above case. It is the second and last I shall trouble you with. I see in your correspondence oftheSfch iuafc., a letter signed “William Fleming,” in which he attempts to make the statements of my first letter false. He flatly denies my claiming the dog previous to sending him a bill and summons. I would ask Mr. Fleming can he deny my letter (which was produced iu Court and published in the Ashburton papers), which I sent to him on the 3rd March last, demanding ray dog. That was eight days before he got the summons. I question the sanity of the man who flatly denies a statement that bears such an undeniable proof. As to the statements made in my first letter and contradicted by him, I again maintain every word true, and if called on can prove the same, and I defy him in truth to contradict me.—l am, &c., Robert Anderson.

[This correspondence is of no interest to any one but the correspondents themselves, and must now cease.— Ed. A.(?.]

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WATERTON DOG CASE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 89, 20 April 1880

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WATERTON DOG CASE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 89, 20 April 1880

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