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English Misrule And Irish Misdeeds Four Letters From Ireland Addressed to An En

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De Vere Aubrey
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If the truth were told, I fear the fact is that you dislike us. Why do you dislike us ? Is it merely because you have injured us ? No. It proceeds also from inordinate self-love. You are, however, a lover of justice as well as of self : and to the better of this ill- matched pair I appeal. There are not wanting others who act on a diplomacy the opposite of mine, and experience the truth of that adage, " That if you can but fill a man full of self-satisfaction, whatever flows over will be the se
...rvitor's share. " A powerful man, now no more, was sometimes obliged to adopt this ex- pedient with regard to the Irish people ; and in this respect, as in others, he is closely imitated by his graver English rival of the press, the agitator of a more occupied and orderly people, who, however, instead of assembling mobs, waits upon every gentle- man at his own house, with six-columned broadsheet, substitutes for the fascinations of the human eye and voice, an accommodating disposition ever willing to sit at one side of the domestic hearth, while the tankard rests at the other; wields at least as vehe- ment a tail ; has his country's good, as well as his own, in no small measure at heart ; strongly resents injustice and corruption in other people ; mimics, impersonates, and gives a direction to much of the good and evil that is abroad ; and apparently had K 194 ENGLISH MISRULE [LET.

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