+ . [Per PbeBB Association.] Llndon, April 5 In his address before the " Times "- Parnell Commission to-day. Sir Charles ttussell justified the system of boycotting with limits, and gavo as an instance the Australian colonies boycotting Government officials until the deporting of convicts ceased. Ho promised to produce the books of the National League. The * Daily News" saya :— "The " Timea " tried to destroy Parooll. Parnoil h»9 destroyed the '• Times." Nover again shall any nun who respects hlmsslf read Its biae- accusations without a amile of laDguid disgust. The "Tlnno" 1b do representative of the English press. We do not healtato to aay that no other English paper would have bean onpable of engaging m the abominable traffic whloh ten led the "Times" to each a dismal depth of iafamy."
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