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i . To thelSwtor. I Sifey—Powiiit- me to ’say in reply to ¥ One Wliq, |i Rail,” although lie attempt to Justify himself »-on Account of extenuating circumstances in that he lias travelled a lo«gi|rajj’j ian£ is in search tpf work, etc., that is no reason why he miblm] through fare,.] i aittWeoOfriVrge upoi3th#rlghta of others! -■ Also", that, I had not ,draw,n oivmy imagination in tAof -slightest' 4 With Vegard to the with 1 - respect to being- a- ‘a' little birora chavita^lpjtoj Mpae Jessj favored tljswi,jnjyself, perhaps lhave carried my swag as far, and have been as aveary as himself, yQtJ.lfpjyned'that bath Respects to law and‘order, and also to I shdnce* l^I ‘defence of her cairise IS’hot nn-" charitable, but. .those bdio.- break her sacred rules are the ..uncharitable., ones <«yyn» i ifqthey;.jdtr so by onjy

#ittiig f .pu-,a rap, ; ni)t favorable—to—neither was I born at “ Windsor Castle,” yet 1 have learned tb respect tile rights of pthetS/>‘i .Wlthilegardi'SH thbcddldefca Idr . otherwise of any world which I may pihabit in the future, I trust I shall not have to sit onvn.jail with the f‘ smoke ” issuing out I shall leave that to more accustomed to ‘ myself, and hope they wUr sit on a sharp-edged rajl-Agy that at Baring fbltegranted. 'their the biajority have seerr the pyror of W.ys sense to Withdraw . to other roosting places ; and iny-aUtiee to 9,ne'%ho still'aits; thereoii is, to taWal 'seat ihsfdie 1 / 'get <sut ; of other, people’s^ayVif^hb'^a’tg'getr 1 opt of,his o#ttVi&efe 'him 'iddboa’hls* friOTid’; 1 by 4^fettin^ n hiht addlliyr stick on the cheap, to accompany, him and'siifc 11 “nixtural lion” is reversed, and the “ survival of'

Oo seen in the wiser prod icGHffiorWgoQd stump, with a good big - liim for its head by way of tisef tmiss laajwad. _ The “ square” is made for pfitflic cpHenience, but the rail was prdront that portion of the unwhich wander over •the town from trespassing—notwithstanding Poundkeeper Price’s skill inrulmidg them in—and not for them to sit on. —l am, &c., Squares eat.

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“SQUARESEAT IN REPLY.”, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 251, 25 January 1881

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“SQUARESEAT IN REPLY.” Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 251, 25 January 1881

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