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ctiwl WiiifliesUr gems.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1878.
A Gooo mauy things were expected at the open-inn of Parliament, but nobody, we believe. antL cipatcd that the wrongs of Rrin would come to the mt once, and Axrolmh the hoik of the .debet* on the' **addrea&" The fact b that at! the present juncture, both sidea of the House were-glad to'let tho Iruhmtn have all the talk to tbemselres,.Ae Russian,termi of peace were bcfbm'lhesL polltkah* ^rere nntctl. cally silenced. Extra-Parliamentary utterances had pretty well exhausted the stock of Radical mbbieh aboot Romdao virtoee and Turkish mie-deeds. The Irish'question stands pretty much
where it bus any time during the last three cen-
tonee. They don't Ilka the English connection,
and we don't see our way to giving them their independence ; for the Independence of Ireland would mean * fbrelgn Mate'mt dbr doorm. More, over, U:# qncetloo I*, complicated, by the fact that arnillion.ipr bo, .of Irish people are settled in Britain, and enjoy all the advantages our free go-femment oArs (o foreignerm. 16 a lesaer degree, too. we hevchmd Eoglimh and Scotch eeulcmenia la Ireland; although wa believe few English eettle there now, and the descendants of these earlier w* more Irish than the IHsh.' Yet thie very English element helps to make the matter lew easy oi solution. In spite, however, of the efforts of the agitators, and the encouragement they have received from uopatrfotlc Englishmen, the Insh jxopk are much more Bniiab, and much less Celtic than they were. They may not love England more than they did ; but they see their own iotereate dearer, and tboee lolereeta will certainly prodt by;the mafntenwee of the unity qf .the empire. We believe. Indeed, that much of .Che . alleged dislike of the English con-nection im now rather the remit of treditioo than the natural feeling springing from either retl or Aw . ^0^ InmtMce, pretence
tbat Englishmen govern Ireland must be exposed to every one who glances down the lists of officials who administer the country, as it is plain that Irish posts are filled by Irishmen—s good many English ones as well.
wnmlderaUon of Sir F. P^klnm, M.P„ the Southampton public were informed on Thursday evening of the important announcement that Sir Stafford Northcote had made ir the ^ Houee " that afternoon. That the precaution the Government fecle compelled to take unpbee the certainty of war le, of conrae, a tre-mendous assumption. At the came time the eollapec of the Turkbh armlee, and the die. honesty Russia shows, and has always displayed, render it neeetaar? that any honest English Go-eemment eboold prepare the nation to be ready m caae aetioo le needed. That the Government is doing more than downright necessity requires do not believe. We do believe that when njtioir see* and fceU, a* it moon most, that it* *nr * threatened, that ;he Engllab people will pye the Government a thorough and hearty support. Face ihe world a* valiafttly at their fathers hive done, (against much more dreadful o Id,,) and carry the country gloriously through the cnitcml epoch, lo eplte of Radicale and Russians.
T#m ddXergnt Charity Orpqlsatlon Socletlea have exposed so many impositions, and interfered so persistently with the rsscals who prey on public in the name of charity, that they hi., naturally provoked the enmity of the rogue.
SPECIAL PARES,
dvM&Y BAY DDBMO JANtTAEy.
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muj jhu.uku iut cuumy ot me rogue*
wbow trade they have disarranged. This must be steadily remembered by the charitable, when they see these societies denounced in such fteling terms. For they must remember how numerous and widely-extended a body the ancient com-munity of " mumpers " is. It extends far be-yond the worthy folk who issue from some.dis-reputable street, with some curiously-written and most unpleasant amelling document, setting forth that the bearer has lost a donkey, or wants a msnale. _No I the ^eternity who denounce the ,% 9^%^? Bwktwa dy at higher game ^9 , V, them are so skilful and so i -p----------- —»aa«i^ uicacr* up agi
tessssssaS?
Thr above important news wat supplemented uu t-nday morning by the announcement that Lord Carnarvon had resigned, and that Lord Derhy was likely to follow him; also that Ihe Medite/ raneau deet had received most momenioua orders. Added u> tins was the rumour that the Russian term, of peace had been communicated to the Porte, and believed to be mo*t severe in their character.—Telegram* received during the day have considerably modided the above, and Lord Derby :a declared mtlll to retain o@ce.
U,Laaa our national conscience Is deader tA5 we hope it 4a, we think Englishmen will soon awake to the follv and wickedueas of the theory of national life that isjmplied, rather than expressed, in the teaching of the Radical leaders. Btnppedof all sophlsrrlea, their theory comes to this : "Pkin is the gwatest of evil,;" "comfort la the highat good.^ " PstHoiism I, an abstrac-tioo, only believed in by fool*." "A man owea no duty save to himself, and .hould think of nr. thing aaee back and belly T Ugly aa all these pmposHions rcad^ they are what all the doe sham philanthropic speeches of the Gladstones, the Bnghts, ihe Harcourts, and the James's come to. The two last, It is true, are simply place hrnting lawyer*, and their eloquence, whoae inspiration is.obvious, is the jest of their own party. But they echo the sophisms of men who»e motives are leas obvious, and who may be credited with a amcenty the others can hardly feign to posses*. Under the pretence of Inculcating a high morsl tone, these men teach a mean selfishness, and a political philosophy, that is equally dangerous to the national life and the national honour. Depend upon It, that If we do not go forward, we must go backward. That If we are not ready to de-fend our honour we shall have little disposition to defend our liberties. That if we allow astute and courageous enemiea to take up a coign of vantage to attack our possessions—that attack will not be long delayed. In plain terms if we have not the honesty and courage to face Ru„ia and Germany in Turkey, we shall soon have to face them nearer home.
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these and In ah y other excellent qualities, as a nation w< are getting a bad.namc abroad We are considered tb« moet mammary people on the globe, and, what i* stil worse, we .largely deserve such a reputation. Nowhen else is the wor*bip of money so universally carried to ar extreme aa in this oonatry. A freniied deeire for thi speedy accumulation of we.lth I* found among all classes, and whils a stimulus is thus given to commercial and industrial enterprise,that, is of great public benefit t the evils that are engendered aro oorrespoa. dingly great, and unless soon remedied, forecast omii nods changes in our national future.
It is impossible to dispute the fact that our only generally recognised standard of reeoecUbility is the poe-session of wealth. In city or country a man's standing largsly depends upon his means. His weight in social or local affair* is in almost exact proportion to the amount of money hie oheqee is good for. He is rated frtsu a financial standpoint almost exclusively. If hs is rich, he is worth cultivating. Istellectua'ly or morally, he may be whet he pleases, but financially he most ex. hi bit a faultless showing. The admission of all this is the reverse, of flattering, but there is no evading the truth of it. Honour, talent, artistic endowments, professional attainments; genuine manhood and purity of character are quit, well appreciated, but they are minor matter*^ Tba great question is " How much is a man
. To tbia unnatural state of public , sentiment is to be largsly attributed the prevailing corruption of the times. Onr people ai% not avarieiou* in the strict seme of the word-—they are, more properly, ambitious. They covet wsalth, not for tbs mere sake of having it, but bcctuse of toe luxnij, state, and social recognition it confers. No matter what a man's private worth or professional attainments may be, he is litwally. nobody if b»is dea-titute of wealth. A few persons may know, apprseiate, and honour him, but society is ignorant of his existence. The only path to poeition our young men are taught ie m tba gatheriag of dollye They asest get rkh, or thsir livss are lailnres. Filled with energy and enthu siasm, thsy are not content to eccumulats. Tbsy seek to do tbs work of a lifs time within a few years As they grow older, disappointments render them unseen. iuIous and desperate, their moral perceptions become lunted, and dishonourable sxpedleuts are finally resorted to, Publis trusts era betrayed, or meanly turned tage; or private poeitiona are mads availabls. isnnsr of questionable practices. For the sake of mooey publio officials prrstitote the power and an. tbonty oonfided to them, forget their dignitiee, and de eoend to contemptible rascalities that would be disgrace-ul :u tbs most obscure peraouagee. At thie very time io infamoue person occupies a seat in the United States senate, which should be one of the moet honourable tad respected parliamentary bodies in the world, who, if indies ooald he msted out to him, would ha wearing the dnped hvaryiof m peoiteovasy. Neither his political teeomates nor owoaaats .deny his gnUtmnddspsarity. and yet he is & United States Senator, and wields great •x>w»r in an assembly that Should be emblematic of keoity, honour, and iata*rily.
It is tnte to rsy that State Legislatures aad City Go-crnmenU throughout the country aro more or less with eonnptioa ; that our veesels of war sink with their crews that rogues may grow rich—that pri. nesa affairs suffer from the universal contagion
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uaney m any pwlkulw sseHoo, the result is the sama Everybody is determined to get rich by fair mean* or foul ; and what is more to be deplored, it is usually eenssdeved enough to know that m man is rich, without slonpsagtoinquire how became by his .money, gumsty and the nation are absolutely poisoned by a mania for wealth, and the respectability that wealth purchases.
What can be the fotore of a free people when such a condition of affair* peesm unohallengsd ? There can be but one answer: A change must be brought about; men mast be judged ocee more by the ansisut standards of true manhoed, kmmty. integrity, and faULfnl pnhlle
republican instiiuUon* in thi* country will remit io the nearmtune,- Liberty and corruption cannot thrive to

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ABTRRSf,— We .extract the following article on " Continental Culture," in iry issue of the Church Quarterly Rt-., - . 'HtereMins to the general reader, and the fneode of the " kindergarten," and univer-^education sy.tcma will obtain from it some useful hint*, and some suggestive cautious>
Ws borrow some descriptions of the German plane of rawing from Mr. Joseph Payne's "Visit to German
Again, at Berlin Mr Payne fouad theehlldrea from going throcgh Instmctive games, sums of think, been imported to our Infant
which would l'mplyt The Sp&Mer lati tW the English, w
ly debated the quest! ho have Included In i ariety of the human i
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badly with others. They were unable to answer A qnemson m tlwlr own .atlsfseUbn, and Indeed we fawy
Do?ehm *" eonc<11 would fardlv enab'n th*s» rftnl


i" a people whose only faul they Insist on these Dutch thing like humanit;
school*. Here it-----
The Sportsman —The chlldi


dug a large ring with suteil to tlic sahlivt.
' Imphiioku.ht >o> D.„r."-Onc upon . time fe. .entence, wonld hare had >o many a,,oeia-tloni of horror and mi,cry aa the word, with which we commence our article. How it wu enforced on the Continent we know not ; but. doubtlessly, not much more leniently th,n her. In Eoglaod, where the poor debtor wa, inSuitelr worse treated than many criminals. Indeed, s, the th.e.e* notably the blghwaymuj and other le,der, of their profeMioo, hsd the command of .cry comfortable mean,-how acquired h.rdlr . •X'*"7 "metirne, able to be charitable to Ihe slarnnj nnfortunatea who were
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detached to roi
is h i no. He runs round the circle, th'i_______
w Imitate fly lug. Another child Is then do-
the latter, i reading ana
Pmhel. the i
which he ins in the cultivi

nling; but those ventor of the systei tod—the employing ths bum ion of the vegetable blossoms.

irJ *f anything .......
this. That the Dutchman (who is an Englishman) may dislike the I ;ct to even ihe very nominal rule R, il upon her conquered provinces Is i
PROGRESS OP THE WAR.
During the week there rogress of ths oegocis atement that has been is Russian head quart, nind Duke Nicholas in •y for Adrianople, wl Sunday Ite contloned is explained to mean th« grsaisst possihls prsssn terras uf peace.
rxpsctsd by r to put the
A Theatux Train is ton kr London on Monde
g!®* Thur,da7> Eoyal Si.urnAitMo.f DOCK quoted at 80.
l'H a annual meeting ol ampton Dis;amaary is mm
>unced to-loave Soalhar
•more of the South-r Thursday next. ft J— On Saturday
1 was well filled. Tbs was supplied by the band ' recitation, "Tht
musical part of the of the "Snow-dro Battle of Inkermm
—Ths statistics
wnle^adT VimUWion—h
great point on
,, . - - ~i English flostrils at 'tto be understood, and ons largo infanl
IV.im.r Mr. P.,o, wltowwd th. rollaion. Uach-
The business of tl




Wksar. anoaamest tempsra.____
by Msssrs Bingham and Noah Baliay. ARcgathe very pleasant sv#nmg was spent.
Ancient Oaoaa or Kombstrbs —T Uie South Western District of this _
kmety. msde up In U* #lst Deoembw, 1817, sboi
eeptad by clearance from other Courts, and 130 widows ar* returnsd aa contributing la the District ynneral KunL
and 189 were transferred frwu the Courts. Tl^e general result

pared with 1876 is that there
and 10 honorary members. The Court* fund* to the extent of £5,010, and the Dist.
by £706. I he day's sicknese „... the death* of m"mbei* by 12. The Jnv. have mereassd -163 in members, and 1502 Thr Steamer Roman.—A telgi

mber ot qns
St^ or thcmsil'^ qf*S^fdre«n
. ily prefer t|io uvKl^os crisp Bank-note.
ost-office order, or the

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portion of wL
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"8L Helena — The Dot
Gn.ooa's Tne.tee or V.tisTin -Tbi.r plsee of amusement has. during the week, bw



of the proprietor*, -uu arrangement of the pantos Wednesday
took his benefit __
richly deserved, awarded top to bottom. He also met recsption on being called bsfc
crowded hot
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doss of the tranafc
Tub TERMS roa Peacb dbmandbd bt Russia. Ths following telegram earri vrd at Southampton this (Friday) afternoon, containing the following preliminary terms demanded by Russia, and to be signed this day—Servia geta independence ; Montenegro. Antivari. part sf Lake Scutari, Nisch, and Spurs: Russia to hold Baioum. Kars, and Erssroum, for an Indemnity of £20,000,000, Strait* to be open to Ruaiian wir vessels. Bulgaria to hare autonomy, on ths principle of Lebanon, rather than a Conference. The otbsr part of the programme is that the Russian aimy will embark at Constantineple, when the final treaty of peace shall have been signed by the Grand Duke.
Latrst Trl bo rams.—It is stated on good authority, that the proposed supplementary vote will be opposed by
duced as to render further strps unjustifiable without
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