THE IRISH QUESTION.
TO THE EDITOR.
Sib,—May I claim your indulgence to inform your readers who take an interest in the Irish question that owing to my absence from Dunedin as a delegate to the Conference of the Protection League, I was unable to devote my attention to "Irishman's" letter. But having now returned home, should he not be already sufficiently castigated by the scathing pen of Kate Eossbotham, " Irishwoman's " letter, I shall be very happy to administer the coup de grace in the early part of next week.—l am, etc., E. S. Mantz. North-east Valley, June 15.
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THE IRISH QUESTION., Evening Star, Issue 7934, 15 June 1889
THE IRISH QUESTION. Evening Star, Issue 7934, 15 June 1889
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