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IRISH " UNREASONABLENESS."

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IRISH UNREASONABLENESS." Speaking at Arbroath on Saturday, Sir. John Morley said they were sometimes provoked by what they might consider Irish unreasonableness, He had been Chief Secretary for Ireland for three veal's, and he knew what that meantâbut just think of this. It was not easy to measure the effect upon a just and sensible. Irishman when he thought of his own exasperating helplessness in the affairs of his country. Who could wonder if the consciousness of his own desperate impotence produced in the Irishmau a temper of unreason, because lie saw that it was not reason that decided ? Who could wonier if he was full of impatience because patience brought him no nearer ? Who could wonder when they saw in Irish- men a railing temper of insurgency, because action and argument did not lead afiywhere in Irish affairs ? This sort of thing took the heart out of men; it demoralised them as citizens. They gave up the game they became impotent, they became insurgent. Public spirit died down, or became distorted, and that was and must be the effect of invitius: the people to speak as they did by their franchise laws, and then refusing to listen.

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