he Paisley Parliamentary Refers Successions and as I am confirm will be honest inhabitants of that comparatively little, transporters weaving, but now dreadfully distressed town in the West of Scotland be, when they read it. Sir, I arrived to this country a few months ago and with the came a gentleman who was burn, and who has lived nearly all his life, in Paisley.
Its seem that he never heard of the P.P.R.A. He never heard of Alexander McAndrews.
The chairman know something about.
Mr. Cotent Cochran, the Secretary of the Association.
Unfortunately for the and Mr. Seward nearly theCounty, except in nature are similarpleasure in calling himself the --It is the only calling he has. He is talking, windy fellow: He lives and hadon his wife, who scope a small shop to the If she does not wish him as above on his own account.
It posed be became who is too good for him. He is the laughing of the people and, to their ceded above world.
At though he looks for them regularly, he has not e