THE IRISH QUESTION.
* = I MR GLADSTONE INTERVIEWED. (FIB FBBBB ASSOCIATION.) IiOKDOic, March 5. The Earl of Aberdeen was banquottcd by tho National Liberal Club. Replying to tho toast of his health, the guest of the evening said he was gratified that Mr Pnrnell has been vindicated. Maroh 6. Mr J. Aird, member for South Paddington, m a letter to the "Times," appeals to both parties to appoint a mixed Committee of the House to consider the Home Rule question, with a view to an endeavor to arrive at some settlement. During an interview with a representative of the " Pall MaU Gaeette," Mr Gladstone stated tbat he intended to adopt a neutral attitude towards the Government until he saw what proposals tbey had to make for tbe settlement of the Irish Question. He expressed a tear that the Liberal Unionists wonld prevent any concession being -brought forward by tbe Tories, but as for himself, he would heartily welcome a settlement no matter from what quarter it came.
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THE IRISH QUESTION., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2081, 7 March 1889
THE IRISH QUESTION. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2081, 7 March 1889
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