iMil CHAULES STKWAUT PAIINKLL
was tromondouH. I had h*t those sharp -American pressmen seo that I wus not entirely of one mind with Mr. Dillon and Mr. O'Brien; it was splendid copy for thorn, just tho sort of tiling they wanted --ovidoncoof diHuuion uniting the dt'logates. " Oh, they fished for it, they fwhod f<*r it/*«iticl Mr. O'llrittu, '*and thoy
On tho day, Noxf«milw*i% 19, Mr.
dwlartitl holilly for i*urm<U. Writing in * Truth/ tho brilliant Kadiral jounuilmt Raid: 'It w not for tho English to decide who tho Irinh Usa<U»r in to In*. Thm coucc^rnH thi^ Irish alotu\ My advirr, if 1 nii^ht tako tlici lilwrty to tondcr it, In Mr. Pitini*!! w that !i« nhould not bo clhwttitl from th«! In* has sot himself, to
hm lHH>i>hs by anything that has ocrutwd or may occur. Whiti'i Parliament minds I. trust that ho will bo in hi» and tlmt, utterly ignririii^ tho vilifications and abum) of thono who l>«forn trit*d to rrush him titular eliiirnis, ho will dovoto hiiin%t*lf with of
|nir|>0»ii to bin patriotic tasks.*
On Thursday, Novombor *20, tht*ro a grtmt
mooting of Trinh KationaHstH and Litxmln in tho Loin&tor Hall, Dublin.
1 HtitUy,' Mr, William lUsdmond, 'wiw at tho
timo ill, Konny, Jai;k, and I wont to KOO him, and to havo ti tiilk about tho coming mcwting. " Havo any roRolutionn boon proparod f " Wnmiicl, l4 No."
11 Then," lie, " me n of papor and I will
thom. We'll tl^^M.,tl KoticonformmtH
to mind their and ha wroto tbo rimolu-
He ; 4I Wire for
Justin/* and wa Mr, hi« in-
'ma a and of
At the of tlie9, p. 101.to anil in mtr