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THE PARNELLL COMMISSION

[BY BLBCT&XO TELBOEAPH-OOPTMtHT. [PSB PrKSS A SSOOIITIOH .} (Received Febrnary 16, 12.12 p.m.) London, February 14. At the enquiry before the " Times "- Parnell Commission, Mr Soames pro deced a number of letters obtained from clerks of the League, also seven letters signed by Mr Parnell. The body of the last-mentioned letters is supposed to hare been written by Campbell. Eight of the letters were written by Egan. He (Mr Soames) said that he had obtained from Mr Piggott a letter written by Byrne, stating that he had received £100 from Mr Parnell. The " Times " paid £0000 for the letters. A number of forgeries received from America were nnused. Mr Flanagan, son of an Irish Judge, who is on the staff of the " Times," was the writer of " Parnellism and Crime." It is reported that Mr Parneli's state of health is critical.

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THE PARNELLL COMMISSION, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2065, 16 February 1889

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THE PARNELLL COMMISSION Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2065, 16 February 1889

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