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OFR LONDON LETTER,1

MYFYR MORGANWG, D.e.L.

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LOBD GEORGE HAMILTON AT EDINBURGH.

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LOBD GEORGE HAMILTON AT EDINBURGH. Lord George Hamilton, M.P Vice President o! the Council, delivered the inaugural address of the Edinburgh University Conservative Associa- tion on Wednesday night in the Music-hall there. Sir George Warrecder, Bart.. occupied chair, and there waa a largo attendanoe. including most of the Scotch Conservative membeM of ?M?ent. The right honourable gentleman said that amce receiving hia invitation to ttddreBa this meeting a, great electioneering phenomenon hM occurred by the visit of Mr. Gladatone to doot. wd, when, excluding minor addreaaea, he Bpoke 37 oolnmno of the :fMMe<, or 85.840 worde, the <ubtta,noe of which could be summarised in <t eea- tence: "The infamy of Lord Beaoonsnold'a policy ie only eqatdled by the villany with whieh he had OMried it oat." If the GoverncMBt had oom. mitted the sehea of atrooitlea with which they were charged would it, he Mked, be necessary to expend so many werda in bringing home to <-he pubho these aelf- evident crimes. He maintained that the policy of the Government on the Intern Creation waa exactly that adopted formerly by the country, j only Mr. CHedatonewae then in power, and no<f he WM in opposition. Lord D.lkeith made some remMtM M the doee.

MB. GLADSTONE:, ON HM I DEFENCE.…

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