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'be composed of men who are in touch with Radical demands, and 14 love what they know." We have had enough of men who are Liberals ,only because their fathers were so, or because they look uponpolitica as a game and the Liberal card the safest card to play. We must have Tmen who are Liberals by conviction, men who know and feel the inequalities and injustices that still exist in our politic-il and socia) systems, men who are thorough reformers at tieart, plain russet-coated men and not gentle- men of plush. The Tories, and some weak-kneed Liberals and such Whigs of little faith that have not yet left us, say that Home Rule must be 11 hung up." When we hear such rumours we thank heaven that we have a man of courage and of honour at the head of the Liberal party. Mr. whatever may be his faults, has cever proved false to his word, and by every principle of honour and good faith he is pledged, as far as words can pledge any man, to bring in a Home Rule Bill. If Mr. GLADSTONE does not wish to be discredited for ever, and if the Liberal party ever wish to command the confidence of the country, a wise iind generous measure of Home Rule will have to be introduced in the first days of the Session whioh will satisfy the national aspirations of Ireland, and which will be" acceptable to the Liberal members of Great Britain. It is mero idle babble to talk of hanging up Home

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