On the BOljeot of General Bonlrmger's arr val m London, th.-t irrt-varent j.nrnal, ihe "London Wportiny Times " b iya :— We are alck, a*d, and sorry juet vow. It la a horrible Btato of Idiocy, quite congenial to the South E%stern Railway, to give General Boulangor a special train j and everybody knows that a British mob will nhout for anyone, but we did think better of our Cockneys than that they would hooray fos this ha'porth of French Froth, who was skulked from Paris, and, like other poliiioal eouin, it flloted himself on London. Juafc rutnumber this, Londouera, If ym ploaae, B julanger did his bast to bring about a rupture betwaen Frauoe aad Jiingiand, Fiance and Garm«ny, Franco aud everywhere ;io fact, European war, whioh means starvation, uxdd, and deatha of heada of famiiteo. His chosen uu', iioc'iefort, to gat a oirculmion for his gutter rags, haa übver 1 oeaaed to blackguard Eoglaud and the : HSngltsh, and hus incited (mooeßafally) I bis fellow Parisian blackguards to inault dooent Engliahmeq aad women while peaceably waiklug the Bouievards, and spending money on poverty -atricken, awaggerlng P<»ri3. Henri Kooaetort has I uno redeeming trait — he beta, sometimes as much aa five francs a time, Bjulaogar ia, m plain laugntge, being rua by his creditors, tihume oa jrHugiishmQu who shout for such p»ltry advenMireca.
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