Excerpt from Home Rule: A Reprint From the Times of Recent Articles and Letters
A profound impression was made yesterday by; the circulation throughchannels some of which mb. Glkdstone peculiarly affects of an announcement that he has definitely adopted the policy of Home Rule for Ireland. Certain details were added, varying in different versions, and in the course of the day there appeared the inevitable telegram from Mn. Gladstone declaring that no accurate representation of his views is to be found save in. His own public utterances. Every one is at liberty to form his own opinion Upon glosses and em bellishments all of which are repudiated, as well as upon the precise degree of mr. Gladstone's responsibility for the circulation of statements so well calculated to disturb the public mind. Pain ful as? Is the impression produced in this country, it is weak compared with the sensation made in Dublin, where, as our Correspondent informs us this morning, the intelligence was received with absolute dismay. There, as here, Mn. Gladstone's'
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