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THE CITIZEN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1854. ‘ "
. ,'I'hrongh the reports of -- Nauond ssseoiullous " end ---rorochlsl coniuiit;
“ices: and other mylhiell Ind highly respceirble bodies Ln the eyes or Eng.
h on uewspeper renders, In beer much or the civilization onhe
wanna hrs these nporll con-
'z n hesr sonie enusions, in con-
”17‘ lr-tel, to the siuplillty or lrlslinieu, sud their being ctuluxles behind the well-
; eoueoisd slbion. Mr. lshnirrs ohservulons did not stop In England. I
‘, rhil:od irelsrid end-u nstoundingdisclosuro E" Mr. smeiiisu rows u revoc-
eble conclusion regarding the peosentry or the latter, However, let that be.
concerning the progre-rive emliintion oi the rortner Mr. Islnim onys, Ln
CIupterV'llI.:- o . . o , I , V.
" According In A report recently matln Kt: the House 05 Collllllons, tile entire
Lnnuiber of children connecud wit the they schools or every description in
the liiiigd in, i s g t ind s hnlr o the populetl ii.
" Thu gnvernliicnt lull never 331 taken a imp ll)!‘ e llthhslltneltl I
nstloiisl or Linc o I h e e in neon why, i ror
makes it Im It:tICIbh:. All utvrs I Vs MIDI’! Ircl! than they, Ind have my
dllliculty on ins snbleet. The truth is, the government h-.is no heart foril;
thst is the true seerot or the in er. ‘ - , ‘
-4 they no hiiild worlhouses, Ind liulo, nrid hospitals. lhul vie in iiingnm.
u1n:eIilhpJ‘.:.IDO!, rnil hiire hoen ii soled ironr but could show
ry, t portion is spprnpristod to build wvrklzmts A
and Inns lur,liiiii, unit In trnlisport hurt us s Bhlon to tho other side or the
‘ -- And then I hm been pointed to the eirorts or lndividnsl sud nssooiiied
- ihiopy, eiid cliristinn ehsrity, us III onset to on is lgnorsnce, piinpei.
ram. lnd crime. nrbe rrorn me to d p
in’ It ' most at what is V
cm hurd tunings, kept husk fmm hint of rrsud, till he has stink to pull-
perisni end eriioe and e bestowed u it him when it hi too is.
. Anti what do! even the philsntliropy ore Howhnil over ncsonipiisli for suF
raring hunitnity, hntto shreud nttrncmliis utonhd the jail, which hut-e csnsed
it to be enieied osmghreiues mmi rison-house or lrr-or. prlisiloti.
‘ ‘ IV
Ilullimls oI' Iree-born
of ineny distinguished men, it hit credentials being sstierncicry," so he tells
III. AI. one III‘ thesa ylucs the owner being “ one of the great landlords 0!‘ ml:
llngdoni, snd o lending Member or Par1i'iImcm"vwlI'It‘l who had a pnrudisc
. iironnd him-he tell in with some luborers by the rosdslde, end succeeding to
draw one of the number into conversation, the following system of dietary
whseliciIerI:- ' : . - i ..
' “I told hini lives In .Iiiirrie-nn, snd nsked him if he ever sew one bercro.
Di you It me if I eve! need 0116 ‘afar: 7‘ he replltsd. Yes. laid K. ‘Na.’ Im
rejoined, - bin I-re herrn shoot ’em, end I linoived Ioltw poor uien went than
n ' .
“ And why don’: tho 111 of yllu go, And not any huts to marvel ‘
. “ ‘ ‘Va tuft: we only SEW Jun! WhnI.’lI keep In. and laugh Work at Ihdt,
that; we only gets seven xhillin’ e west-..
- aalx. one IllII1in'. or,une Iiltillilf
t - No, it '11 only do our coollin’, end we can’: cook much or thin.-
- - we horse to do n we con, and do without Ere: we sits in the cold
- av:tI'ln’s, and we hiives but liiu Ited-clnmes, nud ihe cold wind blows in, end
we mders with the cold idl night; but it‘: the best we on do, Ind we has to
beer . . l ‘ ,
aunt can you not lteep e cow and n plgi - . , N
i. .5-., one at: uohtml to kee e cowon, end we eat: up everything moor
ii Ielt tor B pig.’ ,
dorriil tlien, iloii tononio en landlords Iiltould be neeossitntoil to
rloclts igslnst the depredutions or their lnborers.
ueliig the cisrswny yletlins u:
s can irnne ro under IIII in-ipices of 0rIt.5‘l1ll' the bet
- r. E . .l o st, and I uiuy odd, one o ier niost
g‘1‘ledli‘lT:dhl4I"I’: lrlt:‘r‘iLl.thiic snt>a&:?vl'l‘z.t:r: legal] we look fur nnything better I" . , ,
“One or her most tnlenled siid putrloiie sons." why, or contest hlr.
kg,“ 3. or g highly ttelcllt.etI,l:nd putt-iotlo. It its the most estitnhlllu
etrlotleui to uphold the crown end Gnvernlntnl at the expense or the people.
glint most peirloiic individual, greet lrnillord ind Ii-sding member or Portin-
incit not he liewse only eeeuriug the government by sierving the people.
' egluo, ror in lnstunt, thst nuy rnce, uiiieh loss the l:nglleh, would
power In shnlle such s government on, lnll
send its thro-in eud eoeplro crneliling in s holni-eioir to vengeance ind Freo-
.ieni's codl xot e bit or it. No doubt, that -t llonorunle meulber" wu corn-
'plhnenled by others, iill “ honiirnhls man,” for the excellsnl insnsgeuient
or his ulaleu, sud so rer its their beans could or can gum at-ch axcellencci
, it was so niunngtd unit he derort-ed such coistplisients. s was l.coI.'I8l;:II-
.ls ror thet1Is1,why!he ecouomyocznglish po ti-
elunii is inmost ihr euch erperiniotits. . 1 4
.Iro you not esters or the new light shed upon estsu-:9, am: d'r“;k::1c‘1C“.‘n‘:’l
dsrhnesii tn genersl, mm the kitchen are or the La: Zn 2.: frtinmguf
thou the yen leI7. Are you Ilnnwtlre. that at that pet-to I e: ie ‘:
sculllonor thst epleurwt body. intel-'f<Yi,I ‘WNW ""f='f‘f‘l‘l; ”“?’,';::‘K'“
mu,’ 14 on, ,,,n,..p,,p grwnieli per dlly, in his own words. II o
sustuiii the Itrength ore strong iiud lieidthy
nlthy men, not even the in-
enacts upon fainine-struck subjects. which the Eu. ,
-i ,‘,,,,,,e,, um W,-,,,,,, - ,,.,,,,.i., no you have ulluded to, ruriiished mm with.
Mr, so;-er oygg . truly gt-out man. II: sncceedui In nndlng nnt llillzulylnlcvl
for lrelenil which III the English suiteriiieu, from Lord Iaucon. of dlvl-it and
- ii RIIstseLi,Ithd ftuled to do. ui-en 0'CoItne.!
on into the ninrnnmih Smlp-bowl or the rteiiehriion, and pronounced the llII‘Y
"err.-.-l'ieiit." Yum my, probably, think nu this dilltlttful, hut, -9 we In 13
eunetslon this elixir orlliii. we giro the mill! I! “' “ W "”'”","""
-ultotu, dripping rit, two ounces; liour. Gish! OHM“ i "NW" ‘“G'“'r "“" '“
ounce; Wale)‘, to-o gallons.” some Half. end celery wlw my he MM W 9'”
the lure. You should be hwua oriul this. ti-lend Ishnuoberore you grow astu-
ulihed st -- unboliedwhcsl hrend." ' - i -
Turning from tho phtl-lots Ind their etfocts on the eivillrntlun and food of ti ts
petvp1e,les us turn to that vl'el1<xtE“"“" “"43"” P"“”"‘ “M "m “Wu .1113)‘
hred them. Mr. [shun liistly considcrx their number is the direct ratio or
ttnroorolity sud dehnsenient until; the pe0l>I=- In the thultm‘ d="’">“ “"""
tiubject. Illa! quoting rrom I>ortsr'n rragrm of"-2 -"““'"‘v ”‘ "5" ""
ii . . t . or u
l...‘.‘.'::r:‘h".-.‘.:,:.‘::.'i'. ',‘.i-':.":;‘;:.i.:i':':.t.'"'i:,.‘h::.ml:,:5:’f1F3ii -
niorrl condition rlrll ter or the miles or the penalty. Int! [huh b‘- k
‘M It 1mm: I posts, or erwoiild git-ti phase to contusion, und ti 5
nor. - he dro-tried is the eoreiirnings or ensre y. ,
‘ ‘ I--t it I aitpadtotl rroin the moment my Emu-eh ‘mm! d'"”'''
Mi attention to the riutipictt ror I oonld not conocivo w h V ctsiisc canal
hevs oiieruied robring such o system ‘into beiu . ‘a far froln hem: 0 It '
. 6 ‘.‘
all much that ultorsl point or dPgr:Id'atlnI-I which
my horror s rnoiiunierit Into this to Mr s om . .
s. is eonnned to our r.-
pol‘ ll regulations thn..l,. it
noon, to my to
it III!‘ in nthltll
to the crushing burdens which prevviollidy bowed down the hooks or the poo.
must be severely rolt; and yet It is cheormlly silhttiitued lo by all idnsses
orthe people, tor the sole ortho security It BHMIXL" - . . .
We outillot quote t'roIn,porhnps, trio.-is Important phesageu that we hsvc
rnsrlied in this wort; but those printed strain a Illliitionl speciuml or the
lento! of MI. Ishnnfl obtierv don wllclllslons, and the Illyla Inwhdch
rutiglt erindor about hlin, ihnt these slight thingy are overlooked or fnrgnlmn.
To heartily Welmltw and reuomlnend II I Min cerltlln that lftllete were more
-torts onhe lillii relioblo sud obscrvnnt suture published, the rcsdliiy piihlic or
America would be btenielllled. The nnlwnal will which is in every Senna
lzommendnblz, jllslly burns and lrmlliules aruttnd thll “ Mud Clhin ” in con-
rast to the truthful details ol'English triiii-,rorernn-lent and hrlttiilhtiess within.
Mr. lshnrii-s eighteen months H oi-erthe wiiter ll hiii-e not been spent in vs in.
' , CRYSTAL YALAIIES.
Am the lslwsllr or rite ciir.-ni. I-iitics, ssw Yoitx. lay Hulut.-x
ciirshsv. :.ew York: Redrleld. rem. .
-rue Naw Ytmx I-ittics lntssrimen. ssu- York: rutnnni. IE36.
THSAEXIIIFITIUX or Art-lVnws1‘It1 is Ilrrmi . virtue dc co, London.
- No. it. -
The right my-sl stliteme or a crystal Piiliiro Wu not to end with London.
That was only the nrst set of the drama. The scene must change to nuhlin,
sud there the plot must be unrnt-oiled. An etldhltlon of“ An xnd Industry '-
must he got npln that ruined city,and ncrystnl Pltlzisc built to receive it.
The Viceroy must open IIVIII person, end the Queen end the Prince Albert
honor it with n visit in three lnnriths ntlsr. This Wail to be the great de’yioii-
rnz. - , A
The prime rnotire lo the show ms to dszile the Irish people titer the
rsshion [hat the ludisn egours tickle the red men or the rorest with toys,
trinkets end triirnpery, to heepttiern quit-t. end to obtain rrorn them riliiuhle
iioneidortcions in return.
lids, urid nil tho crcduious or other untions, into the belier that the crystnl
Paints, erected under royol susplcee iii Mernan sqnnre, cnnsisling orglsss,
limiber and knit, with ill ulahl null 49!! feel lung, 300 feet Wide, Ind 100 (‘Del
high, Ind contnlnliig many or the most userid end bonutirul productions it
industry snd uri-not Irish-but collected from Isngliiiid, rriirice, Iielgluni,
Hollsnd sud cerinnny, is n monument or the progress or the Irish in the no
hnd the inilustriltl am, and the tinnlinthkt-sbleevidenoe arthe prosperity, hep-
piriess, and ricedom ore rsoe whose oppression arid misery hit-e nwiilieued the
sympathies, ltindled tho eloquence, end ci-eu elicited the slum or the Ameriren
people, ond the generous in other lands. The nbyect wan to show thnt the ldei
nl'BrIl.inh rohbery and misrnle in Ireland WI! all I mlslitke; Ind thnl than was
no bother governed, huppler, or more pmspdmtla people under the sun. A
it who necessary to give this English shsiii show on Irish BS9961, so
tliut it might he seen through green speeisidre, end,thus prise ror Irish. A
ailing Ittsirnn-lent was found for Khitt purpose in the person at William Dnrgnn,
who stood Nponwr tor the client. This willinm norgss is e weslthy eopitnh
Ist-very benevolent and pntriotio-s nsilway oonlrisctar who, out or tliz sweat!
uni lull of half-pBKl1,hJllrAIKBl’V'6d kin! Itsbtmsrv (ofwhom ha Iolnellmts em-
ployed ho,ooo Iogemer), had I-tmlized e rnrtune. In a money point or view, the
ihst,nnder the patronage or the court and the oi-istocroey, the Irish pnlsce
would -- pry" in more senses thou one. norgnn undertook the job. Ins ally
who ttio Iliihlin Iloyul socisl y. .4 tialnmillee on: true uppoiuted, sud o mm-
pctent “nlnlT" or amt-era. C. P. Ronel. the Hvnorary Sacrelnryr Ya are In-
lorrocil, visited thu notions or the continent, and John c. nesns worked’ huril
st homo-thet is, in England. , " All the otlhiltltl did their duty," end it seems
the architect, Thoirins lienson, did his; not the pulsce one really H to linuz,"
and Benson, bless the innit! was nighlod st the opening. Ilorgeu, “Int:
urideqnter," wos slso oilhrcd knighthood, but kicked in the truoes becsuse he
was not mule u bsronet like Futon, the gnrdt-net or the Dnku omevonshlre.
The Dublin joiininls were all very iridlgnsut at this soul-ldnlous "lnmsiloe in
lrslnnd," erid Ip];lnuv‘lvt‘l the spirit onhs greet wluxatlor '
The ctlilhition was opened by the Lord Lieuterlanl, the Enrl orst. Gemmllrl,
on the l‘.!tII or May. 1063. In the report presented by the committee, they
Wm!‘ ' ed’ ’ ii that ' hi t I it tullln the
M - o , It 5 a matte I II ‘
iii..i.'e't'.‘.‘l.f-i'.‘t 353 i'i’l‘3i?’."i.‘iii“t’i’.. iiioory 04' trei....i,".'ii'.?‘in.i‘i-ii’... info or ii."y’,
s s iii dsto n rind, when industry end puhlli-. order, with than
inscpurshle coinpsnioiis. hepplnese sud we: , shed their sbundant blessings
this-portion or her Mslestyh dominion-.
.i p,,y,,,, 0,4,, in A new edition or Queen Elltsboth's Poeiitit Hibernia-the
peecerulorder of death eudthe gnvo, where the wicked coisii rroin troubling
he wear! are id rest. The virero, with e snlnry ouIiu,t)tlti por snnnrn,
II this head orthe English gnrrlson to tnnintsln -- public order," responded ter-
reiitly thnt “Almighty God niiglit bless and protect the undrruitiiig." such
won the ii-oleniti hlusyhemy or the nuneomrlty, with which the Dublin Cryvnal
Pulsco wee lnnugniuted ; evcry one Inn: hxt! nught to no with it weu knowing
lliot It was Illetrlsl by jury in irelnno. us described hylhe highest liidlcinl sti-
tliority In the British lealm-“I i-iiochury. z tlclllttitln, s-id s sum."
rm. g:..5llgh press praised this exhihlllotl in the most ettrsrsgsnt terms.
no lo, nl Iii.-li prus rollos-ed the example. London arliull were sent over by
p,-,,,,. A135“ to get up In Illustrated Book to put!’ it, pun‘ hiniselr, and pull
nnrgzri. In the letterpress introducing the Iilustrntionii, Dnrgnn Was described
I. ii ,,,,g ml, is patriot to his nltlvo country, but nht-nertwior to this wntltl."
or that I>rliicc Albert. his hired parasites seid : >
-- we eonsiderthc Greetsxhlhitlon Kelsi! the Igifihu
P ”"“".‘".‘“:.::l; ‘ii: l::i;:‘l:‘.;; "..":i‘::::.‘,':l‘
.’i;3i5..”i;3.'i3i’i“i'.‘.%”5a.i;g..’%fi‘; exerLrw'I:lI“Ind rnliilrletled paling, which nntdt: ihni
3. ,, ganmnle, hove sgnin a rich rriiitsge; hnd sgnln sditnced the best
‘iriterrsts nthls cottolrit" . , ,
<-glstoiiiih-ya" whet country: sue coourg and Goths, Greiit Iiritsiii
or lrelsiuli V . . -
Rut whatever his country. his -- exertioiot were lndethtitvhle I” , -.
‘No dullbl they were, wtierievorhe wultl spore leisure ironi his elnbles std
ttltuex. no object or the exertions was iery plnln-nobody douhui it who
,0 it id.-once the interest. '1 or the crown and corernnicnt or his wire, and to
preserve them ror his children. Than u as some doubt about the perninnenry
prep... lnurrsts in 1543. Louis Philippe, who hull act-upit,-tl the nrrnest throne
li-. E-.impe, Ind let! it In tho hnnds orthh people for a bonfire. had fled Into the-
mid in the dls;,vulse cl‘. wig end is sailor‘: lrici-.et; snd Prince Albert ind the
queen, who had nor.-owl: esclspod, in the sums year, s preclpitsls rlight to tl
Emma Hmgaver, concluded that what had happened in France blight possibly
lisnpun eonie nne diiyln Eiigisnd, ntid hynvilse roroslght, they rewind to
At my. tiny wlille thu llm shone," end beroro thunder-eloiids igolu tirooded
over their hends, to eultirste tho tlrections 0! the Irish lit the loiist possihzs
ought there might he sorriothli-lg hller iiil in the lines all
Cxpernio. They th
. --cod me the Iilng,” urid hinge:
For ins don't, I doubt lr ‘me?! will longnr.
I IMIII I but I Iillll him who llmzll,
1n. pooplii, by and by, will he the otroiigorr ,
T,‘ ,,m,,mnn, It was eslculntod, would do itiurh toniuli-I the Irish Pings! the
,.,m,M W, 1,, ,,.,r mi rs, mt! ml thorn with ruse hopes or the rotors. It
would help vastly to concillnce the lI'o fxtlIIIh‘lt'I, ind increrore vleluris silil
Let us too what are the grounds ogthose visions of glory and happiness,
more wonderful then those ofA.lddt.lln’I Limp. net cost, ssys Prince Albert‘:
lloot:, her llirioetout, her mines, hor wnter power, suiiicleiit to lnm su the
spindles of Iinnshestcr, running idly into her harbors, her surplus popnlstlon
ihiogi , , ‘ ye.‘ 'Ihess
show that H irelsiid ls eminently gun... to become n iriitnuihctui-ing country."
Just so ; end hnd on ihesc ndvdnlngro berore the exhibition. not, say
iliey, the erh onwill ludurs her to use them. sud “ the hitherto undeveloped
sources oi‘ prosperity and power in Ireland will diite s new tn’: rroni the exhi-
sition orl=:r:." .
did not roquiis the minions or my my to tell the world IIIy1hIng nbout tho
nulursl resources orlrolutid. The publlestion or sir Robert Kane's hook, end
other book; without number, hiul long berore deirioristrsted her copobllitles lbr
becoming s gres uiheturing country, uttl English history proves that
when even on npprosch to rsir plny wns shown her, she will u greoi rnnunino
turing country, rnr oulutrippliil; Iinglnnd hersolr. But thut this eihibttlon
could hove the rciiiotsst eireot in dating ii
luring wnntry II
T""""'“f““T“' ‘?‘“"“‘l“"‘ “" ‘“““‘“ "’ “T ‘7“"“' L“"'?“" lntlneed K williutu Ill. slid the arltish Purlisniout, at tho oiirnest en-
treity or the English nioroinitilii interest, to destroy her woollen inniiutho-
torisn by spoeinl eiiiictirient, shortly uner tho perddieus breech or the Treaty
or Lliuoricli, md the idoptior. or pennl lsws, or which Mnulemulieu sold,
"Till: horrid rode woe conceived by devils, written in huninn gore, and
rtgieiered in lieu." Tn: erpori or woollen menursctures rro tau yIV'
uiblted under the rorrciture or goods end ship nod e penalty or $500 tor eec
The necessity or such o course wns In-gtzd [or these reasons-“Ihe
chespuuse ofpmvlbious lu lrelnnd, the goodness or the elhnnie, tho edvuningm
orwster power, the goodness oiihe msteriiils ror working oil manner or cloth,
ind the great inerme or these rnsnursernroe in the litngdoui or Irelind end the
English plentnrions or Anlerlczi." zit thnt nine, ssys Deon so‘ , M the con-
dition or lrlsh tredo wns glorious end liourialting." It is hnrdly iieossosry to
sayzhhtitllollrilshed no longer. The nmgnuon set ind the ernbiirgu laws
completed the destruction orntl Irish innnurnctures.
y r s
end the at-tried Volunweru orl'Ie:, the rreedoiri or ‘ h trude wns established, niid
nntlvo nioriurncturss sguin revived. so i-npid was their growth that England
quickly become no i-iiiy wsylti which she could now destroy lhrm
wostosnnihunisths Irish Parliament. To this the wily Plttbeni the whole ener-
git-s or his mind. Having llrst sucoccdcd by intrigue in inducing the volun-
’.L'wI'B to dishond. hs'prehl tilre.y exploded on lnsurrocilon, with on urltiy or
I70.ooo men rrsdy tocritshi ud then partly coerced at the poinloflhebaytr
net, ind portly purchssed it the price or twenty-ilvs niillioiis or dollsrs, the
suicide orthe Irish Legislstttro-thus, says Chlurdtlsltcs Bushr, “denying the
rights orrinturs to n great nation, from on intolerance or its prosperity."
whole campaign from I797 to Iain LVB1, in millutry expenses sod hrihery, up-
wsrds ol‘:2I,olw,00o or 105 riiillioris ot'dol.lsrs4rorii which it rosy he lrirerrnd
how Ilritish alulnstnen estiizinted the value to Eughuid or the overthrow or
Irish niutiurscturos. The only nisnnrsrtiire thltt lrelsnd can now hossl or is,
doen, which is chieiiy curried on in the north, and has to some extent prosper-
ed. from tho ritct that Englnud, owing to natural esuses, could not excel in it,
slid, therefore, did not cure about IL How much gnawr would hue been its
prosperity under s notivs logislnturo I ’ ’ l ‘-
r or the union or the Briuzrh lion with his prey in I500, the
rtlier munufdctultl orirclittid dzoopod, rind vi ilhsrcd, oriddicd. In l7A9,sir yam
utter her legislntivu independence, there were in Dublin iI,:l27 dwellings to
lIi'I,0oo Iltnubltlnts, or shout eight pcrsons to ench dwelling. Tm-rd are out
11,000 houses now to thrice tho pullnlallun; so that eighteen person: an on
ovurngs are crowded into one dwelling, iind in the poorer districts ts man u
lorty. lieibro the Union, there were iibont 5,000 men employed in Dtlblln in
woollen weiii-lng, riow Kllzra srs about 400 ; belhro the Iznion, li,ood more em-
,>luy‘etl in cotton wont-ing, now there ore shout 1,200; beroro the Uiitoii, 4,0u0
persona were employed at euliuo printing. now 500 ; before the union, b,7ll0 in
iilk lrisnilrsoturs, now 100; before the union, i,'20o persons lived by hosiery,
now shout I20. now stands the account upon these hrsnohetl siuncl Thus:
Atgregsls employed hercre this Union.
guts omployod sinus the t:ninn.,
comment would wukrn the three or three
The dettlzd ootiiiucrt.-ml
rlit his deilerod. to be to to deprive lrelnud orihs use or her
swnrseooroes, end render her completely nobservleut to the luieissi end op!)-
lctice or I:uglsud." is the ssiuiiio spirit or tho British coveriiuient now
duildeltly rt triirisrorutsd mm In ringer orlight 1" If so, there is the gresteir tes-
son to fear its trosclierous diuugns. ' ' -
How could the exhibition produce the benelittihil ell'eots pronilsed rot in
How could this glass lulkizig horse, the gill of tho enetuy, tilled with the hurd-
ours or Iairmlrtghoiti, the pinned goods or slieilield. the porceliiin or Worcester,
the woollen cloths nrhrede, the cnlicoes or lllonohsster, and the stockings sod
lsie o(NolI1IIghum,IlIIrI)dIlce u new golden ego or industry and on lrito Ire-
l-n Already too many or these articles Weie to be seen in the shops or such-
rule street, iienry street, Grtuton sti-est, Demo street, and college Greou ; end
in into shops orevery tovu: in lmlnnd. How could it better her condition to add
a lilo collection the silks or Lyons, the etquisite vases or series, the niisgnin.
sent pictures [ham Iirusitt-ls, lent by King Leopold, the Queen’: uncle, or Mul-
NItl)"I panrhlts erthe Queen horselr end Prince Albert sent rrotri lluchhighnm
silatne, orevon the uistchless worls or lculptnru, rnhloried by Irish hands.
out not for lrelund-by Moo Dowvll, Foley, Ildgsri, and the xirlin, schools-
lrdged to In the drill artists In the world! . Cm lhl sight ortheso things, as if
the titlis iniquity-‘orreet the absentee drein, by which the Ill‘:-blood or the
country is sowing nwny-unit keep st home ror u siervlng populsliun the
grind, the potstoes,ihs hutlur, the eggs, niidthe cattle on s thnnstnd hills,
it ith the rents, the price or them, which ore slso rollowing them into England,
while the hsluieo goes (or English rnsriiduclnrss, milking in nu a loss or lot)
mluioiis or diillers per mnumqnii the show stop this, (sea the hungry,
clctno the linked, or give employment to I alnglo ldld unison ‘I .
But, it will ho Iu4ko41- ' liero nothing Irish st the erhlhitloni Nothing
that was produced on Irish sollt Yes. we answer; there was some Dnbllu
,ewi-lry sud poplins ; Linierlolt glttvru rind ism; Bellhiit linens and ditiiuslis;
‘>011 colt ornnmouts, sud rulr WUIIWII rrorn every quarter or the lslund. unsur-
passed there or at any other eiihihiiion. not how runny ofthwthladles wore
ltisri nmnnrnsturel How meny or the other sex tllsi riccompniiied tlteml
ll:lII1hHlI,lIvrlt5 described tiit U s present to tidy Ulnrvhdun vi ror her die-
rnotids. Mr. Andrews, oraelrssl, to construe the beauty and nine of his line!
spvrinizn orunrlvnlled duninsh, dusiguuied it mt “ the clam--it-n I“““""-" 50
itiut even the Irish portion or the show must here the oturti arm: Hrlliuh be-at
I0 nlnkn it pots. And yet this crystil l>nlsoo rmounted by tho tliiion leek.
ll ddllesl Irish, and its contents cull:-d ui Exhibition uflxluh Industry Ind An.
It is worthy of hots that tltena wore no prlzu given. TIIIII. was mnnlnzly da-
rb--ld. mt prim would here hxpovtt-ll the nd- ' ' '
w bit buittnoiio hurt the Irliih wlin hidustry M -F" ""'“‘ "W ‘W “’ 5’
with industry, when they ere plunderrd of en its rriills, no the beehive o( It-
lmn-‘yY whet have they to do with the oniiinisnuil end Fine Ariel Thus
in not nlllrd to drmtetlon end deem. ii is llle decorotlng with yewel-ry ind
(,"'cD,4uy mammp, 3 .,,,-,,e which has diod nt‘ rulnlno: and nu Ir.sn re-
lolu ugl over sun In eiihlhltlriu in u -l-l=rwI'W- mi bwmlnli 1- Mnrdnr -1
sihert would -- viint the Ullm cipttal." to give irlor tn the show or U the hop,.y
this end the siliiilrilotrutlon orthis governmeii
M orpend ‘pun I In g. "