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CHRISTMAS POLITICS.

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of mobbing the victor and his wife aDd later they worked up in the most unscrupulous manner a cam against him for the purpose of unseating him. Sir ftyoz has the satisfaction once again of turning the tables on his enemies. Similarly, the Conservative member for Stepney retains his seat notwithstanding the efforts that were made to get the election declared void. In Ireland the election of Mr DATTTT for North Meath is still « subject of judicial inquiry, and is therefore Hot a "fit matter for comment at the present time, but the shameful practices of the 'Catholic priests in the soot hern portion of the 4same county invalidated the election of their pet. The Judges held that this pressure which the priests brought to bear upon the "illiterate" ,electors was enough to make the ejection void. The Catholic clergy of South Meath, from the Bishop down, threatened the faith- ftil" with the pains of the damned if they did -not vote straight. It is an instance of bow men go the wholi way when once they have started on the downgrade. In comparison with the disgraceful prostitution of religion for political purposes as practised by the Roman Catholic olergy of South Meath, the political interference of the Welsh preaohers may seem very innocent. But the moral of the revelations of the South Meath trial should surely not be lost npou the Velsh people, especially such as remember the religious literature "which was circu- lated in Merthyr Tydfil when Mr PHITCHARD MORGAN first contested the seat. It was a Baptist preacher who then put the "Lord of Hosts right in the van of the Home Rule Party and who prophesied that the inhabi. tants of Pandemonium would rejoice if the I caucus sustained a defeat.