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difficulty, with (ppiaibly) all tiie burden, of a great and costly war, will be undoubtedly owing to Mr. Gladstone, and his Radical allies. They have on this occuibu, as they hare often before. eicrU need their country's interests to i sham MQtixnent laod ■■ cowardly dread of war. The alleged Bulgarian atrocitiee were adroitly used to raise such a clamour that * hearty alliance' with Turkey, or bold action in her favour were alike im-possible. Russia has reaped the reward of her subtle and cunning statecraft. The bulwark of all our Eastern poisessions, and the citadel that virtually ctimmand our Eastern trade i* now in her hands. >Ve shall have to pay a heavy— possiblv a eruel—penalty for the folly which listened to the b*ee counsels the Liberal party have preached with so much zeal. Under the pretence of aiding the molt corrupt of the human rsce to gain .either & freedom they will certainly mbo^ or mwt likely bat . chmoge of mwtere. they have Inflicted on their countij a deadly in-4.^1 Iff th®eTiI comes, we tnut that Englmnd wUI not forget to whom ber trouble, ere due ; eud puokh the* men, by perpeied ex-cluiion from the place, and power they so greedHy meek, end thum treat the Gledstooee.
Lowee, the Argylcm, «xd their whole
shabby, canting following in the only way
tky eeo underetmud. Our true poUw w^
. ^ Ba'&k, we mhould heee
«Md that en ettmek on Turkey would be held aa an ettaok on ouwelee,; and then, if Rueeia bed mov^d, kughl mtoutly by Turkey', mdm. m mhould have ruled In Conmtmtlnople then, and been able to give ell ^e.peoplee ae good govern, ment as they deserve.
Tub story of the preient C&ffre war—for we fesr we must accept the fact that we are at war with thoae bold and crafty savages—will (Jiffer in few particulars from other troubler with the savage races with whom the "earth-hunger" has brought out peopk Into eontacL New Zealand, or the Cape, the Afghan frontier, or far away on the upper wmtere of the Mlwourl, the couree of thlnge le much the mme. Some real or landed gdevwee nmeee. the Ire ul the eaveg, warrior, Pwple reeolve on war. Holding all thing* lawful m war that are convenient, the eavege, Iwweyer, eeldom lete hi, white neighbours know that he Intends hostilities-before he strikes! Indeed, his chiefs mod head-men are (like some other people) profuse in amicable weurancem, 'Tfhen their purpose is most hostile and most deadly. He generally open, him campaign by a few tmnlated aitackm (am he, no doubt, coodder, UwmX but whwh are held by him white neigh-hours to be cruel and treacherous murders. The civU euthorluemof the district generelly endea-vour to treat the fir»t breaking of the storm as the ofTeocem ol Individual,; and tblm, not onfre-quently, enables the black or red man to score,
and, forgetting theme successes were mostly due to treachery and overwhelming numbers, he takes heart of grace, ebandona the shelter of the wildm to come within striking distance of the regular,
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—and then he learns the difference between war and murder. Sometime*, of cour*e, his cuu-nlng Mablem him to hold hi, ,lower enemle, at bay; but ordinary atfalegy, and ordinary dieel-pline are eure to be too much lor the "noble lavage " in the etid.
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1878.
Am alliance between the Turk and the Ruse I, the most probable outcome of the quarrel between tbo#e ancient >fbe& The remult to otir-■elvem Is likely to be extremely disagreeable. Turkey, or rather the Sultan, le not only the bead or the majority of the hfahommedato, but the degradation of their oo-religionist,
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Last week's fiasco bad an odd effect upon the " advanced " organs of the Liberal party. They hardly knew which to abuse most heartily, their own leaders for their ignominious defeat, or the Government lor their overwhdming victory. Ihus the division of Thursday was a complete " Sedan " for the Radicals, or rather that wretched section of the party, which is nothing if not unpatriotic. Worse than this, however, for them, «as the waking up of the country, and the th'o-"Ughly anti-Russian and hearty English feeling at showed itself on every hand. They had to face the ugly truth that the country has no Russian eympathiee; however little it liked the posdblhly of aghlin* for Turkey. Now ihmt that tm quite out of the question It he, no InWntlon of allowing Russia to profit at our expense-by the war she has waged on such impudently false pretmncem. Indeed, th, majority of Englishmen —whatever their political bias—know well that pe prpq*nty ol England I, the happinewof humanity; and that it is of puch.more consequence (speaking broadly) that our power should not be weakened than that any number of Bulgarians should be invested with nominal freedom a sham constitution, and a real live German Prince (in or out of the Russian livery) to rwgu over them. It k, Indeed, deplorable lo we how meny worthy (in other rempect^ too, not unwise) people are completely deceived and de-Juded by the good of mopbbtrlce with which the Russian agegl, have saturated the most unpatriotic eection of the English Press. Freedom and happiness can never be the gifts of an autocrat, or of a natian that ha, been the murderer uf free-dom in so many states.
Tub week has been one of much agitation, not to „y perturbation. It opened with the new, that Turkey (or Russia speaking for her) bad de-cllned the hnnour of the Britbh fleet', company at gtamboul. With cool audacity, however, Rossi, made our proposal to mend the fleet an ezctwe for marching troope Into the much-covered dty of the Sultan. The tone end temper of this was so significant that it was with no mumnme that the public heerd our naval y,rd, and arsenals had all assumed an unusually busy aspect. All illusion, and delusionss are fast vanishing. It is felt that a struggle between our-selvea and Russia for supremacy in the East is all but inevitable, and that the more we delay to of™?**" &e digculty we may
hav, in holding our own when the actual struggle comes. I! peace is preserved it will be for the mame Maeone that the Dug and Pike wHoomed their duel. If we had a large army, or Russia had a large fleet, war would be certain. Now, there ie a chance, although a poor one, that U*e contct may be confined to harmlew and hearty abuse of each other.
It i, remarkable how the feeling of partisanship "ST ! notlonm, and oplnionm. The English Radicals (doubtless from disinterested
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IIJIOIU freedom bj per.ecuting both Jew, .nd Bonumiu on rcry .in.11 preience.) ebo«, for rtrj .ab«u:U tmoat, lo make hemlf the ohrapioo-u .guo.t Turkey—of the«e people ■o .he become, the good friend >nd .11; of the rery KCUon of politico, whoae eiiiteueo in her
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don, til her put offence, mg.in,t freedom ,nd juitlce, .od would hare Ul belie.e that the mnat deapotlc and double-faced of autea lore, nothing eo much a* progreae and truth I
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paying "hrir d, the diicuwlon first ti detail—we beliei
•ense. It began with who professed that no eorant" for " attendanc, anicea lor particular*, and founi that the medioo had charged fo tnts were recruiting their valuabti c. So then on thi* text battle wa,
?,*0J/hvbU?ht1.?' Pe0P,C -Wrote t( rhich (take it all round) does mori than any other. Some of th, i*ion sjw this and admitted it. bu iy all eorta of imperil they disliked
bills. A* for the d—charging ... : to be the be:


opinion charged for. the total would beeomerhin* n uiicomftirtable than the modest amount debited ur la? prfcsnl system.
somethmKasa em., ensatloa for Shyjuek aodlaaa
sbarw at the rate of 14 per oeot per annum for the past half-rear (as apunst 13^ per cent for the corresponding half.yaar of 1876), carrying forward a balance of £2375 The H,alth or SaLi,Buar —The report of the medical o@cer of health is as follows:—'Total number of births, 360; total number of deaths, #48; popoNtion OMewoflBTI, 1%8», dmthrate per l#o6, I747tha, calculated upon an eetimatod increase of population to and including the deaths which occurred ia th, Salisbury Infirmary during the year of caeee brought ii from outside the district
southampton Tkkfbbanci union.—On Saturday mnmg last the meeting wa* held, as usual, in " Polytechnic Institution, Banorer-buUdings. A novi was introduced, and appeared to give great satisfaoti —the ohair waa taken by Mr*. W. W. Wood, and m of thoee taking part in the entertainmsnt were ladiec among them being Mre. Parker (who presided at the psaneWe),HM.Beu=#, Mr, Neei^ MlmRosrL ' and Miss Annie Crease, while by way of a finale I members of the " Dawn of Hope" Senior Temple t a dialogue in first-rate style, and were heartily applauded. The room was well filled, and everything passed off ii a moet e tisfacterv manner.
JlM, TDJk" Mbd'cal Bmmvicu —The following ii a list of Indian medical candidatee who were snooeesfu at both the London and Netley examinations, having Pfsyd through a course of instruction at the Army Medsoal Sehopl, hetlwr-Pehroary, 1878 L 8. / Thompson, gained the Herbert Prise and Martin memo
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,.!£** KL*1 ^0I TH* Doos.—A recent number of the Whitehall Renew contained a article entitled Dogs: a Plea on their Behalf" by "Guide." In
istioe in this world to my dear comrades-the Dogs: and
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publicity, in the simple hope that all who read it wil
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P#d addressed envelope, a. T. P. Edwards.—Our obituary to-ie announcement of the death of Mr. Edwards, which took place on the 8th ago of 69 years. Mr. Kdwards was ' »r at Lyndhurst-road station. s« than twenty-eight years, pelled to retire some month* severe attack of paralyoi*. ide at Hill-lane, near Southampton, where he died as above stated. Mr. 3dward, *" ▼«ry well known as a successful breed 'ted Poland and Spi
formerly the static a position he held f< but from whicl, he <
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to adjourn the aseeSii the evening, with th, that effect

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of poultry,
specially the white ...
with which be took numerous prizes at tl and provincial shows. He was much r numerous circle of. friends and acquai during his long illness constant inquiries w, ™ n ' ilth, not only by thos,
)y many in the habit of and who bad



io,.—The Hamburg-Amet Wieland, from New Yorl ived at Plym
hlcal Jew Is now as frequent an appi as was the high-minded lied Indi. invented th, " Sarpem," wd Unci iry deceives us, the Prime Minister ted that all Jews were not oldfcslothe


i types of the people. We
should say that _____________
wke, and certainly In tnelr attribut^TVre'rither'l/ Ithe American or eonunwtel than of ihe British ivp.
Watt, or a Faraday.
Among the many ether alterations of our ancient
d'uVe.0,. 'bo. tar.'«*":
worth—which in most cases will be very little. As a general thing we expect the alteration will be no
finds his way into
the let, MththeUniledBletr
at (waive o'clock en. Tuesday night, with mails,
ork by a snowstorm, and subsequently experienced a de from the north cmwt fee twwty four boon, dnrln, hmhahaloet.WWeofhegpmp^i*. OntheSihlneL t the banks of Aiewfonodland there waa a terrible owstorm frem the east, with trsmendous sea, which mag*lherboala. Theno, to the Channel he W*|,nd psnenced *,:*|y wind, ud In th, Channel thick
Swan Nicaiiro -The Royal Society for the P, 9?"'^ % Animal, have prmented to the Z, logical Society the Royal awan marked by a ring rou
T nog upon it* neck, showing the
Out Cattl, on tub Common—With the cruel igeoranco or indigewnea too
pre.., .nd »■ hope u will m.et with du. holloa In the proper quarter*:—
of letting them feed thereon.
The bird may now b Garden* with an ivo Continental method
mr." Mr. R*#ell. R.K.; oomlcaong. Mr._______
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Pis and forwards 1
the Station, and the piai i carriage, was thrown " hack*
:hool, hw piac# wae euppHed by an medical and other expenssa
were included in the sum
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privileges of com-
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Ion propoaed mill k w^MlaTlnTw appllo st as hardly to allow the new system a fa Cwtahly we shall not aoon be edlged by hra In, or reeding of those verbal duel* between the eea and the nnaoner that fender French trial, sometlm, so amusing. The criminal slasses, we don't suppos, ider themselves injuriously i

after winter, with Ira
rsveotiou of Cruelty to Anl
painted to make representations to the heads *f Govern, ment deparnnenu mpnn the sp,e«! ,f contaglcna drwaaea, end the madeguacy cf the Gnvemmeet allaw. ance for the prosecutions at quarter sessions; and memorials unon other .ubjects were adopted. The
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PiBTT MovaueNTa—A meeting of wme Coome vative members of Parliament was to have been held on Thursday at the CarlWn. It waa convened by Sir Law. "" ' " 'ttee recently a p.
pointed with the obj, the Government at thi
igtbening the handi .. r. . "mi,, and of expressing policy, but it haa bsen post.
littee of independent
Liberal members has been formed „ _______>tlB
progreaa of the Eastern question " Their object is to " p"vent the Government drifting into war," and to
pared haa been already signed by thirty member*. . THv8ia,:,iGAMr-N"eocia!ioM hev.be"* enlmwd into by the transport department with large con-ractors '"mediate delivery, if required, of considerable ities of preierved meat, and other provisions for
(A.L.McCal, ._^.
Harner, Eaq.). amd the Town Ch Southampton Corporation.
Tit. C.uirj of Ta*ne De attended oomkmnee of repm,__
Hi
*~d be apoke hopefully ol th, "
t of those dutios, anc Court trials during a adopted unanimou •e the Court of Com,
office, has been referred.
nuc nf the o*ce mhould nd they nppwded , full soma statistics of the Lord he last few yoars. The ly. snd it waa ordered to he on Council, by whom the
It wm, rekrred to the 0&*. wd I the Court to consider the duties
Clerk," Commit
with —Mr. Henry A. laamcamt hoard with deep regret that I
Ourney bad tendered his res_________
Hooorder, the duties of which he'dischaived *fc rears in a manner that had commanded the cot
ilT*"*' ** * "rpmbatiou of the public^ '
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wed that the Court he Right Hon. Ru


solution, which wa r, —On Wednosday
opening up Afri, inhabitant*.
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^ve, publisher, to show cause why 667 «
Bradlaugb had e-caped the penalty of the law on a wr '.r®00*?' • jury had declared the
pnblication illegal, and cousequsutly be ssked for the authority of the Coert to destroy the psmphleta, which had been impounded —Mr. Bradlaugh as the owner of the property, resisted the application, on the ground that the Lord Chief Juatice bad pronounced the publication
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oftheSt Mary s Extra."

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