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IRISH AFFAIRS.

ft ;[qy elkcxbio telegbaph— copyright. (pee kmkßs association.) (Raoelved November 21, 12.20 p.m.) London, November 20. Mr Gladstone speaking on the proposal for the extension of Lord Ashbourne's Act, said that arrears of tenants was primarily entitled to attention, Mr Goschen said that the Qpposition had rejected tha Government overtures for the temporary extension of the Act mentioned. The Government did not consider they were pledged to deal with the land purchase question, and were quite satisfied with the extension of Lord Ashbourne's Act. (Statistics showed that eviction! m Ireland were largely the result of the Plan of Campaign. • t fKeoelved November 2l, 12.45 p.m.) i The President of the National League m America has appealed to Irish reai- ! dents m the Htates for subscriptions towards the Parnell defence fund. ] In the Honse of Commons Mr Glad- ( stone, m moving an amendment object* ] ing to the withdrawal of the Irish land < ?urchaßo qjjestum, which had been before ' Parliament- several ygarf, paid (|overhnent ought to have asked for an adyanei> | jntil March next, which the Opposition { Touia bftVQ re*dilj gja^ed, j

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IRISH AFFAIRS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1993, 21 November 1888

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IRISH AFFAIRS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1993, 21 November 1888

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