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-W CHAHLKS 8TKWAIIT PARNELL [1881
Englishman. There is not a bit of the Celt in him. " Yolo for the second reading if you think you have committed yourself. It will make no matter. As a question of tactics we ought not to make ourselves iv::,pnusiUe for the. Hill. Do whatever you think best. The IU11 is safe." That is simply his answer tome. Purni'll may he quite, right in holding back. I entirely uj»|uvcmte his anxiety not to make himself responsible f^r the lUll. What 1 object to is, that he should keep U'-. in the dark up to the very last moment, and then f*ave us into a position inconsistent with our public drebmitums.' Some, days later Mr. Sullivan said: 'I iitsvrr eoiue away from talking to Tarn ell without feeling thut lit* knows bettor than any of xis how to deal with tin* }H'oj»U* on this side. Time always tells in his favour. Muuy of us are, inclined to he carried away by what we think a kindly or a generous act. Parnell is never r;anrtl HVUIY by anything. He never dreams of giving thf Knj'.lr.h rmlit for good intentions. He is always iii flu- Ir.nUout for the cloven foot. He distrusts the \\UM!«< lut of th**tu, and is always on the watch. They In4\»- /ft tlu-ir niateb in him, and serve them right. Ii « . 2$»4 jiimr I sum* lUitt tbatthoy have to deal with, or i u n uH'nuurll. Parnellis their master as well as ours.'1 Thr Litutl Hill was nsiiil a se.cond time on May 19 In .i.'iti t«i 170 voti'B, :ia Home Kulers walking out with t**in.»H tin*l --t joining the majority. In committee, l,n\\r\it, riinu'U'B true, designs revealed themselves. Hit' lull WIIH to be saved, but the Government were i»4 t«» br uhti?ntatumsly supported. Whenever the itp-jvanv was in (langer the Parnollitcs came to the rr'a:u«\ NVhrn it WHK salt? they criticised and objected, iiiitlf it nittht \v allowed, improved the Bill Mr. » Mr. SuUivuti «liil «tit vote (or the Hccond reading.