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THE MINISTRY. 1 Ministers have not yet n know it, answers echo, ct VIrlandaisc. Ministers will not resign—That we know too, rcspondeth echo. They have other dirty tricks to play. Certain, most cer- tain, is the reply. It wi'l be some time yet before they resort to a dissolution of Parliament; but that time cannot be very long, and to it they must ulti- mately come. Now, therefore, the hour has arrived for all well-wishers to their country to put their hflnd to the plough, :¡r!not turn hacl fn In it, until tho good work be fu"y completed. The/ must pre- pare—net for the forthcoming struggle, si ice struggle in the literal sense of the word there cannot be, but to make the victory as complete and decisive as it is certain. Their preparations for the ciiii- paign ought now to be organised in every district throughout the country, their plans laid down, and a uniformity of action secured by well devised arrange metits. They must not only pull strongly, but pull together. It is not suthcicllt to scotch t Ie snake, illey filust kill it. Therefore, Conservatives, be up an<i doing, and rest not utvJil you have seared the hvdra-headed monster, which you have hitiierto deca- pitated only to see fresh awl more porteutoas growths arise. Apply the actual cautery; that i», he stern and uncompromising in vour honesty. Throw forms to Ihe wind, grapple with substances, and the day is your own, and England saved.—John Bull. The Journal Jcs Dcbats thus notices the latrf defeat or tii(! is one of the gravest checks that the career of the Lnglish Mini-try has presented, fertile as it is in incidents of the kind. A resignation would be exceedingly logical, reasonable, and constitutional, and for that very reason we are convinced that the present Ministry will not tender it. They have not the habit of being disturbed for so slight a matter, and it is to lie supposed that they will support it with that almost Oriental resignation which has enabled them to live on in the midst of so many incessant misadventures. It is not that we attach a first ratei mportancp to the amendment which was carried Oil Monday, nor even to the whole Bill. But the check given to the Ministry consists more in showing the inutility of the advances it has made to the opposition than in the failure of its own resist- ance. The Ministers have had the talent to displease their friends, without contenting their

(Signed) E. CHADWICK.

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