THE IRISH QUESTION.
TO THE EDITOR. Slit,—ln reply to "E. S. Mantz" allow me to say that so far from feeling that I had received a castigation from your correspondent "Kate Rossbothom," my opinion was, and is, that tho only part of her letter meriting a reply was that referring to education, but I thought I would let it pass. "E. S. Mantz" must have a marvellous opinion of his own ability when he thinks he can administer tho coup dc</ra<:c. But I can inform him that a cleverer man than ho is, and ono having a practical knowledge of Irish politics, might try his hand at that and fail. When his letter appears I hope it will be moro to the point and less "frothy " (to use an expression of J. 0. S. Grant's) than his cl)'ii3ion of a month ago.—l am, etc, Irishman. Duncdin, June 17.
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THE IRISH QUESTION., Evening Star, Issue 7936, 18 June 1889
THE IRISH QUESTION. Evening Star, Issue 7936, 18 June 1889
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