The ERA: Mewmarket's Digital Newspaper Project
To Correspondents
Publication:
Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 15 Nov 1861, p. 2


Description
Media Type:
Newspaper
Text
Item Type:
Articles
Description:
A letter from Mr. Sutherland, in reply to the attacks made upon him, has been received, but is unavoidably crowded out this week. While on this point, we may as well remark, we consider it time this whole correspondence was brought to a close, Mr. Sutherland is entitled to a reply and shall have the privilege; but our town frinds should remember we have 800 or 900 country subscribrs who are not particularly interested in the subject matter of their letters.
Date of Publication:
15 Nov 1861
Personal Name(s):
Mr. Sutherland
Language of Item:
English
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.05011 Longitude: -79.46631
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Full Text

A letter from Mr. Sutherland, in reply to the attacks made upon him, has been received, but is unavoidably crowded out this week. While on this point, we may as well remark, we consider it time this whole correspondence was brought to a close, Mr. Sutherland is entitled to a reply and shall have the privilege; but our town frinds should remember we have 800 or 900 country subscribrs who are not particularly interested in the subject matter of their letters.

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To Correspondents


A letter from Mr. Sutherland, in reply to the attacks made upon him, has been received, but is unavoidably crowded out this week. While on this point, we may as well remark, we consider it time this whole correspondence was brought to a close, Mr. Sutherland is entitled to a reply and shall have the privilege; but our town frinds should remember we have 800 or 900 country subscribrs who are not particularly interested in the subject matter of their letters.