Issue 21 and Volume 1878 1.

Correspondence. The JOURNAL does not hold itself responsible for the ideas, opinions or prejudices expressed by its correspondents. Our policy is to give every one fair play, and our desire is to place on record the experience of practical Firemen in the management of fires, fire apparatus and all that pertains to the Fire Service. To this end, we permit the greatest latitude of expression to correspondents. Letters from the following named contributors are crowded out this week, but will appear in due time : “ A Fireman,” Janesville, Wis. ; “ Carboy,” St. Joseph, Mo.; “ Myrtle and Ivy,” York, Pa. ATTLEBORO, MASS. ATTLEBORO, April 3. Editor National Fireman s Journal : I have received several copies of the NATIONAL FIREMAN’S JOURNAL, and have read them with a great deal of interest. As I looked them over I noticed with particular interest your correspondence, and, while the letters from…

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