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| | Vf:7;I0 THE EDITOB. ; Sift,—ln reply to your correspondent"'"sign* ing himself " Springburh Proper," I do not care to mention or,point out people personally who'-haye, private? boxes Of their own, but just leave this to himself,;'sihoe he has pointed out one already with an* assertion 7-" that if' the oharige'lwas made he would still use hiß Own for very {good reasons." 'In answer otherwise to. his letter, he is like a man of hasty speech, with a slight stammer ip it, or Jake it as a whole would-cl^o or say any thing to gain hia point. One,lthirig"he is in, error, he did. not appropriately Bign himself, \ishould.hsve been Seoretary,to" the MJnorowned King of' Alford Forest,,who would like to get Spring' burn; Poßt fOMoe in his own dominions.. • Yours, etc., „, , One of the Pbixxionbbb..

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2180, 23 July 1889

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Ashburton Guardian Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2180, 23 July 1889

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