saa <*UAU!.Ks STKWAUT I'AKNKI.L
PanielL * What do they find about me, an regards crime ? *
Mr. Cunynyham?, * Practically aromplttto acquittal on all crime for you ; 1'hti'nix Park murders ami the nwt/
IViiwIf, * What about boycotting ?'
Mr. Cunynghame, * TItt»y givtt it an hut us they can to you on that.'
JfVirw//. ' And lu»\v about xuparation ? What do ttit»y Kay about ntti ? *
llr, CuHnnghtune. 'That n«> emu on oarth can sny what your viuwH and 1 think it is not fat
« What Dttvitt ? '
Iff, * Tliciy it to him pretty
woll» that nay ho denounced criniu liontmtly.
You will bo in opponition to him day.'
Purncll. *I am not in opptmition to him* (vary quickly),
ATr. CunynghttM?* * Ah! but I meant if a chango tcHik place/
Parnell. * Oh, in a Homo Hulo l^arliamont that in possible, but lie will find Ireland a very bad placofor tMlvotmtitig Hoc'ialiHtk*. Hclu*meK/
Mr. Cunynglwme. * Yiw; that i» mfltiit I moant."
Parnell, * What about tlio otliorn ? *
Afr. Cunynghanw. * Thoy find othorn guilty
of tho with ti viow to miparation, but
tho Land movomont not nocotmarily
involve boing a movamont* A» to
nay no ono plotted itt but that inflammatory and action** worn coutinuacl notwith-tho of them in producing crimo woro known/of the inhabitants, the question submitted being: * Do you wiwh Mr. Parnell to receive the honour of the freedom of the city of Edinburgh ? ' 21,014 rtplles were received, of which 17,813 were in the negative and 8,201 in the affirmative. Thug Parnell received the freedom of the* city, though according to the plebiscite there was a majority of the citi/.etm againttt it.—4nni*aJ Regbtcr, 18H9, p. 101.to anil in mtr