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TO THE EDITOR. Sik,—My attention baa been drawn to a letter which appeared in your Saturday's issue, signed "H. J. Smcrdon." In that letter Mr Smerdon has made a somewhat free and decidedly unwarranted use of my name. He is utterly in error in associating me with the statement that his mare can break eight minutes for three miles. Mr Smerdon has probably by time discovered that he has made a miatako, and the least he can do is to acknowledge his mistake through your columns.—l am, etc., John Melrose. Mosgiel, June 3.

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THE TROTTER ANNEAU D'OR., Issue 7923, 3 June 1889

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THE TROTTER ANNEAU D'OR. Issue 7923, 3 June 1889

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