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- THE CONDITION OF IRELAND.

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THE CONDITION OF IRELAND. The woes and wants of the Sister Island have agaiii been laid before Parliament and the public-the 010 appeal made to Government to come to the rescue. What is it, then, that would cure the ills under which the Irish suffer ? There are various panaceas offered by the representatives of that unhappy land. A Only drain the Shannon—continue the new mail1 contract, but build new docks—and all will be well. « We believe that all this might be done—aye, an<f 'M doubly done—and there would still be some griev-; ance left unremedied. Is it true, then, that the Gaef is only happy when under a paternal rule ? Is it true that this race, so brave, so witty—nay morej clever and industrious, though impulsive—is quite, unable to shift for itself ? Has it not yet arrived at that age when it can do without leading strings ? One would think so by the appeals made for State aid-for works to be carried on by Government# d la mode Francaise. There was a time when Irish suffering could be but too truly ascribed to English misrule and oppression; but that day has passed, and at the present Ireland is as free and well- governed as any portion of the United Kingdom. All the offices are as open to the Irishixan as to an1: subject of the Crown, and his religion need not be ? bar to his advancement. Taking all these things into consideration, where are we to look for a remedy for her ? It is not in the power of any legislature to stop the stream of emigration flowing^ forth to higher wages Jand freedom from his old domestic tyrants. The remedy must come froc" within. She must diligently search into the causes4 of her distress, and then herself seek for the remedy. And when she does so, we shall soon have an end of these chronic complainings, which are not now made without cause, and we shall see that beautiful island smilincr in nrn<m<>1";t", Tot .0 r" Irishman put his own shoulder to the wheel, and then call on Hercules, and he will most assuredly come to his aid.- Communicated.

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