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SPEECH BY LORD SALISBURY.

I LoNDpw November 30. 1 Lord Salisbury-delivered a political £ address at Edinburgh Jast night,:-and j was received with much enthusiasm. He said he believed Mr Gladstone had no plan of Home Rule: ready. To i separate the legislatures. of the \two i- countries would involve ehtjre. separaJ tion, and endanger the safety' of Engj. land. The result would , probably ,' be civil war m Ireland itself.; Looking 9 at every consideration, Home Rule j .was; he' contended^ absolutely impos- • sible, hence it h^d been considered ad- ? visable to make the Crinaes Act perma--8 heat. If only Scotland were, against the Home Rule policy, it would collapse. He stated m conclusion next session would be occupied .chiefly with Scotch business. ..!

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SPEECH BY LORD SALISBURY., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2002, 1 December 1888

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SPEECH BY LORD SALISBURY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2002, 1 December 1888

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