‘Che Saellc ‘Gm0T1lCGT'I. .
Elllvrer Treaty Was born. it died in-
allh stand to t
li'>Z0l‘ or a contract is not applied
rlisliontsty in treaties.
lb ' ul
‘glad? I. El the
Trent, was violated by
[tie Belize‘ nd she took ! 0
Islands in violation or the solemn ctlnv
tract Lhen tltsred into. I hold that
Congress. the ilrst duty
tllhull . t High
that home and put h in
He is out or power
in: a great rleal.
one limo I looked listen as the i
count at llle acoundrel
geotrdnhical square mile: of Lh
from Russia was turne
d ry was and giving
3.ohii Ioogl-aphtcal square m es
mm tlie interests
."0IliSl‘il9l up Isunst him. whether he
is [lit humbled: man in ordina
nr llit Prrslderlt of tha United States.
above his duty to
[.21 “S III’! no man
the nation. and he who is most exaltcd.
this is the Elm: time in Ill! life that I
Int-litved that tile recall vrauicl be-2 Sued
lhing in tile United States of America.”
JIR. OBSOTS SPEECH.
Bllllllizr llohson, Editor or [visa Pros-
rlnrn. Dublin. who was accorded a
rrlthlltzlaatlr reception. said:
“Ur. chairman and ii-lends
the one some in
lrcland that has I r 1 is
died for lreland [here have bean men
a e had men. Ilcrhai-ls
long history or our country that
[tom the example or all the men who
have trodden [he s me path that Emmet
trod, llial. the Irish nation. ilk? 9117
nlhi-r nation. In ordcr that it may he
tliiit up and he made strong. or no nude
Irim, his need (If lacrilit-Is. We some
tinlrj ask how’ nklion! are built Iililr how
how nations are
two, are kept tree.
Irrc lronl any lurhlgn lnlrrirrcnce whal-
‘The gmtness or any nation is some-
uilal. parallel to the greatness or a man.
it is not the we; h I a
I-hisiral slrrngth or i man that.mslles a
giant man. out lha manhood or t e mun;
‘ is the sarlillcss that its people arc
people have made such ucrinces century
alter century against such odds? 'l'hat '1
,, an rm ,5. 0, W. ,..,m,.,, u, Ireland. tor any territory that it is w. lie in wait (or er and ‘come upon pecsnle s revullttionar vl -h ad is hoys in Ireland day who
mm 1.“ he “named D, “,3 bmd ecesaary tor til. English Empire to her liks n thlet in theinigilt, and same could nelp on to I wish I remember what they taught and who. ,
of a thousand marty nd that is a- at hell in 8IIblecU0I!- 15! keep as them day We will overwhe In her with the could my all adequately red] the hu- with God's blessing. will a day take ym .
3 1, mi 5,, mm ., ,.h,, divided, shs can he sure or keeping wrath of God. . manlty, the gen e an rave humanity. -or ma e-an opportunity at putting “and
make: her, though derested. though I: them in i"Di00"W- “It la‘ not that we are apostles or or Emmet. We are sodnurinatsd hy the their teaching into practice." r.-.,, “Q”... .,r my him! when ind n,
Inllon at this pr ent moment, “People tails of diiterehcos in Ireland hats. Vthcl Ilka us has carried Ciirlsts memory or that splendid death olhls, hy 7.4 W or our good, mum. be aqua“ mm
still one at the [fullest nations spirit as it they were gious dliierencea. word or charity Il""‘f ““ “ml! Bil the memory 0! that young iigure. serene MACi(AA Us EREAK8 DDWAV. ,,,m,, what price you pay! ii 1: 1,
uslly in t world. is ally. They tails about thtl tmuhis between the ghrlst that said, My. ace I leave and smiling. climbing to the gallows w h lamb , , ,9 , He d.,.,mm.lor Hlgcm I
wk,“ sh. we ,3 ,,w,Wh on , me Calhguc no penguin“; ,4; mil”. 1",, you, my peat: give you, is tits same shove that sea 0! silent men n Thomas snumas Mc'Vlanus. the author. or Do u.,.,.,,,, you up make saus sperm
greatest nations in every sense in which iID)'Lhil’lg do with religion! hly Christ that said, I bring not peace, hut street. that ye forget. the ills of which 5:1. 0 is on on M his periodical ]ec- g.y1a]n[y, would like an "3 .
ms to may he rightly app cd models. I know rlsier: I am an Ulster I'47l'd." There can he no pesos his that death -as only tho necessary com. turlng trips In the united Smiea, had a it, to till a trial order. ‘
awe . mu ,0“, mg, mg ..m man, and I lrnow it intimately. I know would right and wrollg.tctweon truth pletlo d lite has perhaps a nelr- nervous breakdown alter delivering a :4
...,.-in... enemy that Robert Ensnlet had that the ditrcren--es between tho Prolesv and false ood. hetween yustlcs snd op er l.nesns“e (or us than tile death. For lecture hers last night. and is condo JOHN F‘. H'UGHE$- swggr.
and stmvo sgslnst In his day. s lust population in Ulster and tile rest slots, octween inedn t ny. Emmet. ney sifted ‘hifysh ho was. to his had I’i!)‘:Ician.s may no will he slog wEs-r -l-rlllz-l-v.rlizs
H. Mn. pgQp[. no will roll you gym or Ireland are not religious. but are. at Between them it is eternal was until in us Just I 3 man will same or In resume his travels in I (e - N, Y. CITY. W”, I
cundifjanj luvs changod, that times the bottom. Dnlltlrlir and that it has wrong ls,rlghted. until the trim thing limitations, the same sollouoslionlngs, days it no complications develop. -rungs”; 2524 Madison )
. . .
I ‘ T ‘ x I ‘
. ’ ” ill
make some allowsncetor
ivoll. the Hayvihslnceiole Treaty out
rte. It simply wiped it 0! t
when she look a portion or Guatemala.
I . o id
to (nine articles or lml>euch<
lntnt against hlln ror treason against
the country in olierlng s pronu tion to
submit the Sllvrlzllle Court oi the United
Stale: to the ruling of I lorelgn, hostile
under the treaty. and I would drive
out of Wwerr
now. has he is talk-
And In regards Ilooaeveil. Wham at
. erll-an. he could not get my vote on as-
award. where 3,000
that was not the worst
: We have
toms togrrther tonight to call to mind
lit? Whole history of
I: ll last century
most l‘il:cl>iY lo the Irish peo-
in the lung mil Di this dead who
perhaps greater states-
lneo. horhaps greater in intellectual ab
lainmeht. hut (hel‘u'('S-"Ila name In the
man. or the‘
have altered. that things are not as
they were. Then is no change In Ire-
lrlsh anion still stands
where It did a century ago, It has not
given up the slruisle. It has not given
up the hope that inspired thc true men
of the 11’ People. Till I it. I
lellowcoustrymcn, nllr country is I
the grip oi England and England re-
guns I! ll be!‘ persnnll property, In
ai-pannge st her Empire. and as hel-
personul property she ages it to xurther
her own interest: alnne.
"I2 is true that for IEVEII hundred
Iorty year have been carrying on
our national struggle. we are cal-nan
ii on 32!. Think D! it. my friends! I!
is enough to malts soy Irlshm
y have been unnhlo as yet to get
rid ol England. I
"If anyone dollllts when I say. that
England has not changed, I will re
two points that ought to convince him.
The srst is that question at e atop-
ping or the ms.ll boats at Queellslnwn.
Now, what are the racial The English
Government has alwz
Ireland and the continent of Europe
and between Ireland and the continent
or America to ho through iierszl! alone.
wishes no I munlcsil n I get
to lie outside orid except thmugh her
and through her or export
India. and we have a large export trads
in Ireland. not onotortieth part or it
goes dlrsct train Irish ports. but we have
to send it through England, and a large
part or our export trade is with you peo.
cs; hut our goods u-av
east to England in order to be shipped
west and soil psat tho dcserted harhors
Ireland on their w y to America.
And this is typical. it is tile same with
everything else, sud England has stop
pad the sending of the malls via
Queens-town as art or her traditional
policy or keeping Ireland lsalsted. and
or keeping Irolunrl out or touch with
the rest ol the world V
"Silo has a second lnotlvc as well. she
knows that Cork liurhor as a llalral pa‘
gitlon can dominate the us 2 roulc he-
twccn Euro e a d Am:-rl
mporunt orld. and
she wishes the exclusion oi any Iorcigli
ships from cork I-Isl-pol-. and sl e hasr
within the last two months. serurcd the
exclusion of German ships iroru coll:
Harbor, ships which came at the request
Irish Alilcllta lo hrcsk the English
hoycctt or Ireland. she has lIm:uI'cd the
eaclus n of those uorlnao ships irons
rattle .0 r s mpclrv
bnluzd States at America
and to all the ncomes of Europe.
“The interests of the Irish people, our
communication, ollr trade, and the other
have are not considered;
Eu E n.
talents alone, are consulted. I there
any change 0 alley evident here? The
methods are tlltiereut. out the Aim is lbs
name in her treatment of Ireland.
"And let. me take the second tine Y II
have seen, Drohlihiy, A great deli lately
in tho newspapers about the civil war
(hill. is IIIDDOSCLI to be 5 Drells
out in ulster‘whcn the English Pnriiav
menl passes as Hpme Rule Bill. I have not
sections 0! Irishman and the nrinc
aim has in tlla past and is to-da
(duet Catholic against Protestant and
to set Protestant against Catholic. it
In India Mtlssuimnn is get Igllrlll Hin-
dll. Ind Hindu against Mllasllimln. The
same nope a Programme for lniiil. for
heen tho smvld Imperial policy or Eng-
lond lo prostltuts religion, the highest
and noblest selltlillerlt oi the ltlinlnn
heart. tor the hsscst and must unworthy
ends or a rotten hdllllcsl exnedletiry.
Th t is the true state at allalrs in
Ulster and a true ststsuleltt or English
with regard to Ulster and tho
rcstol reland. The noun
They have not chan I
keeping the people divided. by using
lig on as a It s of cleavage. and usl
skcs it ions to
any thinking man that tho dliterences
s r ly it our, hut political,
and at part or the lmnsrlal game of Eh
I nd to heep our People dlyldcd. I
proves what . at our ancient
the enemy ot Ireland today as silo was
in the days or a man whogs memory
we have came here ti! Imnnr and to comv
menlnratu. ‘ t
“But I Vant to tell you that if our
English enemy has not changed we have
not changed either. it any man tells
you that Ireland has grown time, that
r a‘ grown intlalerl with Ens’
ll rule. or that Ireland is going
STOW aliahed with my
Ireland stand to-day where the young
men or Ireland stood when Rohert Em-
met organized his mnvelnent. They stand
tor the same cause. they stand tor the
same principles, and they stand tor the
some methods tor which Robert Emmet
"In the hearts or the young men of
Ireland his memory lives and as tar as
. connection with the English
is concerned, we will have none or It.
nless is no on terms or highest equals
nzenl. in irel
land or any English Iacllou.
”1"e have our Volunteers in Ireland.
drilling by the thousand in twenty coun-
lng hack. out Is going steadily torward.
time or another boy. helleved and acted
as Robert Emmet dld. . , . .
"The lesson of -98. the lesson at tips.
the lesson at ‘(Er and the lesson of that
as grand generation. . o gen.
n at t o Fenland, ia not
forgotten. They are not infgolleu in
Ireland, for their memory is venerated.
seven hundred years
or lighting against the English Elunlrn.
going to haul doixn t elr as; and my
message to you to-night is simply this:
lhat the men in Ireland are dctcrmlned
t t s cause shall go on, and go on
without compromise, and without unal-
lng down our ling. whether iloscesslons
some or do not come; whether the Home
rtule Bill is passed or is not passed. our
cause, the Nauona use. the cause or
egtahlishing in Ireland an independent
Republic w c on nnalrected y any-
thing that England may do until w
have the has at a iree Republic dying
over the capitol ot a tree Ireland,"
MR. rczsleszls SPEECH.
. . pesrse. who received a most cor-
dial reception. said:
"We who spoils hare to-night are the
voice or one or the ancient indestruc-
tlhle things or the wo
voice or an idea which is older than any
empire and will on as r
We and ours. the luheri
have been at ago-long war with one
too must powerlul empires that have
ever heen built up upon the earth: and
that empire will pass hetors we pass.
are older than Englnnd and we e
be unto tho and, W en
him has Lrmmpie
our oattle hlood, some bravo man
rises an rallies us again: when Eng
I aacrihce. lVhel'ever England goes all
her mitlaion of empire we meet her and
We strike at her: yesterday it was on
the Snuti: African Veilil. today it is in
the Senate House is
nlorrow it may he
iin. WI! Durand her like I aieuthrhounri:
id gslnbilshed. unlii justice is accom.
pllshcil, llntll ll-cellom is won.
Peace with the
sler whose tentacles envelop us o
systel e to a nky lluld that
lids Ila ‘hark OI murder (mm the
The time has not yet
come to talk or nelson.’
-‘nut England. we are told, otters us
terms. She holds out to us the hand or
xrlendshlp. she gives us a Parliament
with an I-: ecutlvo responsible to
Within two’ years the Hollie Ellis Sen:
ate meets in legs Green and K
“And so this settlement is who a dual
settlement. would “olie Tune have so-
a Emmet have acceille as a
dual settlement? or are h
to their o nclnlcs or we a not
t no settlement as
soul which does not ‘break the oonnso
"rt iciih Erlglalld, the never-fniiiny
where to conlmemon
nd gscrlllce .ol
Did, then. those deatl heroic man-live
i sin? reland learned a truer
philosophy than the philosophy oi ‘as.
and a nohlcr way of‘ salvation than the
way or 1803? is Vlnlfs 'l'nIle’s dednl-
tion superseded, and have we done our
memory when we sc-
do the English Justice, I do not
is they ire sstisried that Ireland
will accept Ilonle Iiulo as s ilnal settles
meat. I think they are a little anxious
policy. ti minus were tranouil
an the suhsect or Irish loyalty they would
hardly have prorluinled the illlportatiun
‘ s into ll-elalld t
one at the English parties two years to
olganlze and arm ag inst that Home
Rule Bill which they proress themselves
so anxious to pass: tlrthe Nationalists
or Irclsnd they did not give two weeks.
coul-sc. Vie can arm in spite at them:
to-day we are organizing unit training
, d a well. Is,
that England docs not trust Ireland with
guns; that llnI.lel- Home rtulc or in the
absence or Home Rule England declares
that we Irish must remain an unsrme
people; and England is right. -
"England is right in suspecting ll-ish
loyalty. and thuso lrlshmen who prom-
I their lives parleylng
with the English, they have sat so otten
and so long at English iessts, that they
have lost conlnlnnlon with th
return (or all the tllssslngs at the Brit
“I have called that old Ialth amlndu
strlictlhle thing. I have said that it
onslder hal it h II the go -
atlona oi rcland roic Having its
ot I ll gentleness. t e lo I
Eon tor the place where their mothers
re them. to the hresst that gave
e such. tor h voices 01 children
bat s unded in so no silent. ior
he faces that glowed around a rirsgl a
ow cold, tor the story told hy lips that
will not speall again. having its root,
I say, In all gentleness. yet a ter-
lrlhle thing urging the generations
perilous y attempts. nervlng men
In give up ills tor the death-in-ills of
dungeons. leaching ‘little boys to die
with laughing lips, giving courage to
young girls to bars their packs to the
a hes oi a s .
"it is easy to imagine how the spirit
at Irish patriotism called to the gallant
soldier spirit o or move
vrrathtul spirit or lllltchel. in them‘ deep
culled unto deep: heroic elrort claimed
the heroic man. But consider how t
call who made to a spirit ot dilterent,
yet not I688 gallant, mould: and hail it
answered. In Emmet it called to I
the name iolterinzli. the name kindiyr
a same sordid
ye. evsls the
vulgar dimculty ill Win! A! Inn 3. He
hall the name P00r human material to
mull: he had I hear how m Ii
llolntments, to slider how many disilr
“Ye we tails Ill) Again
is just Elnl.net's task 91 silent unattrac-
tive work. the routine Oi correspondence
and committees and orxlinlzinl.
cherlshlng in our
mighty hope that to us. though so un-
worthy, it may he given to hring to so
complishrnent the thing he tell unav-
conlpllshed. out working on even when
that hope almost dies wit In us.
"I an you to consider now how
the call I have spoken or was made to
the sp t s woman.
ly, it was responded to. er
met is commemorated let Anne Devlin
not he torgotten. En-an Devlin had ll
dairy mm in Blltlerlleld lane. his delds
s all gr en there. I"ll'e sons
o his fought in '93, An e
was his daughter, and she went to keep
house tor Emmet when he moved into
B tter el 1:! . You know ow she
kept vigil there on the night at tho Ris-
I when all was lost. an - me
come out in his hurried retreat through
greeting was-according to tradition, it
was spoken in Irish, and Emmet must
have replied In Irish-‘Muslin, had wel-
. Ia Ireland lost it)’ 3'0“.
cowards that you are, to lead the people
to destruction and 1 an to leave them?‘
polntnxellt. She would have tended lllm
luy to Klllslsshogue. an
soldlery she was still keeping
her vigil. ‘Where is Emmet?’ ‘I hays
nothing to tell you.‘ To all their dues-
ons she has but one answer: -I avo
nothing to say; I have nothing to tell
halt-hanging she was revived and ques-
tioned: still the same allswo The
prlckecl her hrecst with their hayonsts
tortured her tor one word
d extract iron that stesdiast
wonnan., And .when Emmet was sold,
its was sold, not by a woman, but I)
rnan-by the Irlsnd that he had trusted
-hy the counsel that", having sold him.
was to go through the ghastly mockery
or defending him at the har.
“ ers and mothers at Ireland
oiten tell their children
r children and in
noes anything or
that spirit survive? I think I can speak
y own generation.
ndred years Ins
tns more or Ireland to the lleeplng or
tho volunteers. I thlnlr I can shealr ror
the young men
tlonsl university, lor my own pupils at
En allege, tor the toys or the
untulns, her com”
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