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CARDIFF PARLIAMENTARY DEBATING SOCIETY. This society resumed its meetings on Tuesday, when the Premier (Mr J. Andrews) introduced a resolution to the effect that the policy pursued oy Mr Gladstone's Government with regard to Ire- land deserved the approval and support of the house and the country. Mr George David (member for Dudley) to lowed upon the other side, and moved an amendment attributing the disloyalty and crime in Ireland to the policy of the Liberal party. Mr Manning (member for Waterford) dealt with the subject from the point of view of an Irish Nationalist, and dwelt parti- cularly upon the tyranny and injustice practised by English officials in Ireland. Mr W. N. Gronow (member for Merthyr) replied to the preceding speakers, and while regretting the coercive part of the Liberal policy, claimed that at all events the Liberal attempts to ameliorate the condition of Ireland by land acts and other measures were much better than the constant coercion practised by Conservative Governments. No Conservative rising, the debate was con- tlnued by Mr Gausden (Liberal member for North Leicester), and Mr E. Grogan (member for King's County), and the debate was adjourned at ten o'clock until Tuesday next.

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