GLENELG RIVER IN HISTORY.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS
Sir, by the tone of Mr. Henry Pottage's reply to by letter of April 26 he leaves the impression, to me at least, that he still beleives Waines murdered two
peple named Clintock. Waines was tried at Portland Sessions on April 17, 18, and 19, 1860, lor the murder of Mary Hunt. A point of law was raised. The full Court, at its, sittings early in July, confirmed the sentence of death passed on Waines by Judge Pohlman at Portland. The Full Court consisted of Sir William Stawell (then Cheif Justice), Judge Barry, and Judge Pohlman. The report of the Full Court's proceedings may be seen by any person so disposed in files of the metro- politan newspapers in the Public Library under the heading of "Queen v. Waines."
No reference is made to any confession made by Waines excepting the one made to Detective Brown. In conclusion, Mr, Pottage can rest assured that he and Mr. Cuthbert Featherstonhaugh have made an
- Yours, &c.,
A. .J. SULLIVAN.
15 Corsair street, Richmond. May 3.