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i MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1S96.

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The good people who recently foregathered at Swansea and Llanelly for the purpose of guiding the Government ar.^ht over the Armenian difficulty, should studiously avoid reading the Blue BooiC issued last week. That is, unless they are prepared to suffer mortification and to learn I humility. What becomes now of their sage conclusion that since British inter- ference had failed Russia should be invite i to take Armenia in haw-. The Bine Book shows that, as far back as June last year, before the Unionists entered into office, Russia had not only refused to occupy Armenia, but had also dared any other power to do so. Far from sympathising with the Armenians, Russia regarded them as pestilential follows regarded them as pestilential fellows" who stirred up strife for political purposes and, in the language of Prnice Lohanofi, She would never tolerate the creation m Asia Minor of another Bulgaria." When people set about the task of teaching a Government its duty, they should make sure that they have at least an elementary knowledge of the facts. The promptings of the Leart are wholesome enough, when regulated a hitie by the head. Fore-ign policy governed by emotional gasps would have horribly de- I structive results. -+-

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