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fact that the train would bo off in a very short time, ho said, quietly and leisurely, * I should like to know what you think will be the result of the General Election ? * I answered : 11 nhould think that you will conic back with about fivo followers, and I should not bo wirprwiHl if you came back absolutely alone/ * Well/ ho anHWorod impasnively, * if I do come back abBoluttily alone, ono thing i« certain, 1 shall then roprc-Hont a party whcmo imU»pondonco will not be sapped.51 At thin point the guard blew IUB whintie and the train began to move, * Ah,'mud Parnoll, * the train in going/ and, without the least hurry, he walked quietly forward. Several porters rushed up and said : * Where in your carriage, Mr. ParneUV f lie said, ' 1 have no carriage/ Then a door was opened; the guard said: 'Will you get in her**, Mr. Parnell?' * No,' said he. * 1 don't like Unit.' Thru another <»un'wgi» door wan opened. * No/ Haiti be, * I don't like* that/ The idea of his being left behind Hivmetl never to have occurred to hint, The train \\UH 3»lu\v*Ml down. Parnelt walked along, panning <mcHirt\vot*im*iit**t'}i; th««n s-uuldtwly hopoepod into one, \\lu*ro h«« bttw Mr. t'urt^w, M,P. * Ah/ said ho, * thorc is Ciuvw ; Til i<ui hi he*n»/ The train by this time was .stopped, Hi* fjot in. Then the train started again; ittid lit? litttrivil tho \vinclo\\, and, with a pleasant hiiiili* ti|*litiii|| up luh puli* siul fiuu*, waved me a last iiclieii,
Ilin f^tlrf, Mr*. Uic'kiw»out ac'couxpaniocl him to nanny iii«^iiii|*H tttirin^ thin riytipiwgn.
* I it gut«l thsil i»f him,* i*\w KiiyHf * during tho nplit. t wmt In !tif»Ht!tK*i \\tth him, I wus at ono of bin last ^ • nl (•ti))i!itiu*l>. I Itt wan in good spiritH, and rtiiilitlriit of iiliitnatt* met-tm. My daughtor, of \vlitiiii liti vt*ry ftuul, WUH \\iih tin. Wo drove in aative. 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 c»f ffilltiw* rut ttin tihttforin,             Iw t«»nlt»n it, jttimui him. lUit 1 hcltl