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Church Herald (Newspaper) - November 24, 1869, London, Middlesex Church Herald REGISTERED FOR TRANSMISSION Price ITALY AND THE organs and advocates of philosophical or as it should be more appropriately termed superfine extremely and amazingly angry with the Irish No words can be too bitter no condem nation too severe for the men who in the Emerald Isle are simply applying the very same principle of Civil Wai and Bloodshed which Gladstone so earnestly recom mended some years ago for Italy when Victor cursed by his demoralized Ministers and ruffianly operated on the States of the Church and In Italy Gladstone was The glaring misstatements of his though thoroughly exposed by that highminded nobleman and eminent diplomatist Lord did their evil In fact so great was the public which rose and remained at boilingpoint for some that the moral influence of England most unhappily was thrown into the scale against Order and Rulers of peaceable were and cast out of their And an Infidel most wretched and unprincipled scamp who ever degraded the name of Prime a tool of his carried on the immoral work of Riot and Revolu So that prosperous and peaceful States were beggared by taxation and ruined by civil We know the melancholy story by It made a deep impression on And it has not been forgotten by the who prefer to call themselves and to be called Irish The principle that was jabbered out by the friends of Italy omnium gathemm of Rowdies of all was that Italy shall be for the There was little sense in the but there was much claptrap and it effi ciently helped on the work of Garibaldi the who ought long ago to have been hung from the yard arm of a man of was the hero of the and their How it all ended we The principle of nationality and the demon of Revolution received the adoration of a howling Now this selfsame principle is alive and active in following Gladstones valuable are crying out Ireland for the They are dissatisfied with including and hope in the course of such disorder and scramble to better They have nothing and need They want the land without paying for In other they desire to have robbery On Gladstones principle is quite quite very proper and exceedingly For if stealing the property of the Most High can be a fortiori stealing from peers and landedproprietors can Now the ancient Church of order to consolidate the Liberal been deliberately robbed by as keen and canting a Congress of religious and political hypocrites as ever was This recent of course excellent and most appropriate for the is one which they reasonably wish to into immediate operation as regards the land in in order to do so with effect and they of course desire the active cooperation of those political friends who for sedition have been put into And so they clamour for the throwing open of the At a recent public meeting a certain Roman Catholic Clergyman waxed eloquent in the advocacy of this delivering himself of other lofty sentiments in complete harmony with the According to the Times1 this Priest abused the Premier in unmeasured He called on the meeting to groan as he was fit for nothing spoke in contemptuous terms of the present of a pauperized Church to the Irish characterized the statements in the Premiers letters as denounced as calumny the assertion that the men whom Crowley a Fenian who was shot were enemies of religion and social avowed that they had come to that sacred grove to do reverence and honour to the spot consecrated by the lifeblood of the immortal Peter and commended him still farther to the veneration of the meeting by the following Peter Crowley stood in that wood bearing on his breast a medal and crucifix when he stood the fire of British And a miracle was there The image of the Redeemer on the Cross was and the fatal bullet struck on the By that interposition of the life of Peter ONeill Orowley was preserved till he received the Last Sacraments of the Was such a on whom the Almighty wrought a to be held up and taunted as an opponent of religion The best vindication of Peter and the cause for which he would be his elevation to eternal while his slanderers would remain howling in This kind of comment and policy must be the reverse of pleasant to Lord Chichester and No wonder the latter was melancholy over the Lord Mayors turtle Because of all and of what it so truly and truth fully the Liberal nowspapers of wild with vexation and When advocating the policy of the on Liberal principles is a right and good though it is not Gladstone of his shameful pamphlet about the Premier grew exceeding The cue was given to the newspaperscribes who advocate Rowdyism to abuse and suppress his And the abuse was forthcoming in The of The Irish is not settled For at present the British public is drunken with the wine of Liberal and still spasmodically hiccups out Gladstone and Bright for But when the night of political debauch is the morning may bring a return to sense and Then those who have not yet cast off all respect for an Old Book and a Divine which social order is be led to acknowledge that the Fenian as they a merciful and wellmerited punishment for a decaying and growing which stood by while Gladstone and his
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