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Full text of "The Life Of Charles Stewart Parnell - Ii"

-KT, 45]              'NOT  DICTATOR  KXOUCJH1                      333
mixed up with English statesmen.    They only make
you givo way, and I gave way a groat deal too much/ 1 Your people made a close alliance with the Liberals/ 1 Haiti.    * I could not help that/ ho answered.    * They ought to have known my wishes.    They know all the time I had been in public lift! I avoided  Englishmen. 1 did not want them to rush into English clubR, or into   Kuglish  Society,  as it  is called.    You  talk  of O*Connoll,    What would OVonnell have done in my position ? *    1 answered : 4 Tim difference between you and O'Connell in, that he always remained at the wheel, you often let others run the ship/    4 Ah !' he replied with energy, * that wan my mistake, I admit it.    1 have not denied my faults.    I committed many mistakes; that wan the greatest.    They rail me a dictator.    1. wan not dictator enough.    I allowed them to do too much. Hut   (clenching his list and  placing it quietly on the table) that will not happen   itgain.     It in  called  my party.    It is everybody's putty   tuurn  than   mini*,    i Kuppom*   you   think   that   i   have   nominated  every member of the party,    J hitvit not; cither people nominated them,    Look at  - (nodding hi head towardK an   Irish  member  who sat some distance from us). J low did he get into Parliament ?   I will tell you.  (] -(nodding  his  head  in  the ilirectiiin of another Irish member), C~ came to me and naid9 4<Mr,  (I had niver luuird of him befonO would make a UBCiful meiuber.    He in a Protestant, he in a landlord, he is an Oxford man, and he is a good speaker.    He would be UBeful in the KttgliBh cunHttimtttctcw."    '* Wall/1 i said, *'          him," iitid that          how Mr.  came into
ParliiUtumt.    I darn say he            pratty speeches, and
1 Huppose liu thinks himself a great Irish representative. 1 could givci you cither          of the ame kind.    Mostntnl i "Sing it* it.*1 Of nmrxtt ! rtiltwett* but hit kept {Hiking tit** it$ ttw I'Uw mil this litn**, Nnying: '* Hing It/1 iittcl n nuntht>r cf ffilltiw* rut ttin tihttforin,             Iw tnltn it, jttimui him. lUit 1 hcltl