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MR WRIGHT’S MEETING.

To Tee Editor. Sir, —Kindly permit me to make a few remarks through the columns of your paper on Mr Wright’s meeting last night, as it would be useless to write to a journal wherein the report appeared ibis morning. Those who were present will fidd that Mr Wright’s words were given almost verbatim but in ocher respects it ■was unreliable, as Mr St. Hill’s question on the gaming law was carefully omilted, as well as the hissing etc., and whereas everything regarding Saturday night’s meeting—and indeed more than was sa’d —appeared in yesterday’s Mail simply because the Irish military orator stands in opposition to poor Joe, and will perhaps make it hot for him on the polling day. Apologising for the spice, I am, <fec., Rat grave a.

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MR WRIGHT’S MEETING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 498, 22 November 1881

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MR WRIGHT’S MEETING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 498, 22 November 1881

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