PARNELL V. "TIMES"
(PER PRESB ASSOCIATION. ) London, Ma; 9. Sir 0. Russell apologised to Sir F. H. Hannen for his oversight m not having the documents m readiness, necessary to enable the cross-examination 1 of Mr Parnell to go on. Archbishop Walsh's examination was continued. He gave it as his experience that the League had dimin- | ished crime m Ireland, The secret societies started after Mr Parnell's arrest were now virtually extinct m the | rural districts. He said that he abominated the articles m the "Irishman," ' and disapproved of many of those m 1 "United Ireland," and he admitted that 1 he had never denounced boycotting, but considered intimidating by force most reprehensible. He disapproved of Mr Parnell's advice to the people to shun men who took farms from which tenants i had been evicted. He also objected to . publishing a black list of persons who refused to join the League. Sir 0, Russell's fee for defending the > Parnellitsß is 10,000 guineas.
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