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WO                 CliAHLKK  BTKWAtrr  EMIIXKLL               [1800
It"? The Federation yen. That wan the Inhuming, Morley and I laivourt were there. Tint Nonconformist parsons #ot at them, frightened them, and then they came up to l*<mdout saw Gladstone, und persuaded him to I he cowvte he took The {tarsuns frightened thorn, and they frightened Gladstone, ('owuirdico -cowardiet* \\a« the ratine of Parut*irs toverthrow/
Wltiit Mr. ithuistone did» he did, fir/4 und fotH*tmistr in tlie bent interests, or \\hat lu* lti+lit veil to Iw the best inter* tits, of the Liberal party, tliit 1 hhould btt doing him »H*ant juMieu \\ire I to eoneeal tin* iuet that, in his niitid, lite int»*restti of LibrratUtu and thti interentn of Ireland werr inseparable.
He had ^*i\tn hostH^ri* to ftntune tin the fjueHtuin t»t Home itute. * Hi* mill pull Ilie Liberal patty into Homo Hule,* ii Hrithh juttiiinli^t          t<> mn in thti
\\inter of l^^'i.'orht* \\lll pull them to pitt*t*,H»* It matter:* not \\liy Mr, (tlmUtone b<*eamt* n Homu Ruler, it muttrts ttot that bo \\JIH itiii^n into the movement by tin* tiiiitrtili'4 * :»twte$;j, thi* et«mmandin|t p*ntUHt of l*«uuell. L«4 tbr truth be Npi»U« n, X** Irish Xalioititlisit \vaH nifirt! determined to estabh^h a Parliament in Ireland limit U,H the Liberal bailor on that fatal tilth of Xtminlii?r \\heti, in it           tit panie, ho committed
tho iriepiuable btuttiler of irisdin^ hi.flutter to Mr, Mtulry to the IViv-s find lltiH in nit iiiiiliiiil rutting oft* nil rhiiiteii of peueii. !>ttitunut«ni for tint moment by Bir William Htmumrt und Mr, Mork*> -Inith iniinl by tliii Hhril^ld inveonrilabli"^ of wltotit ! miy n word - hit looked upon lliiiexpitkiiin of Piiiitt?!! from tlut command of ttm Itihli patty IIH                  for tlici              of thu
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