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CHAPTER II
PUBLIC LATTERS 1843-1847

her cause ; but, whether united to Spain or separate, her interest will render her, as we have always found her, our truest and best ally. If united, she will draw Spain into her policy.
WALTER SAVAGE LANDOR.

Landor's opinions on the Irish question are scattered at large through his published writings. Nowhere, perhaps, are they formulated with more preciseness than in the appendix to " Pericles and Aspasia," which his editor did not think it necessary to republish. He was no Home Ruler, but he demanded justice for Ireland. We have no right," he said, "and no interest to withhold one atom of what belongs in equity as much to Ireland as to Scotland or to England. Give that ; and then proclaim it treason to devise a repeal of the Union." (1) The following letter, printed in the Exanziner of November 27, 1847, was written at a time when the condition of Ireland was causing grave anxiety. The reference in the opening sentences, to the state of the currency,
must be explained by the then recent financial 'crisis in London, which had led Lord John Russell, on October 25, to authorize the suspension of the Banking Act. With regard to Ireland, the Queen's speech at the opening of the Session, on November 23, stated that " Her Majesty views with the deepest anxiety and interest the present condition of Ireland, and she recommends to the consideration of Parliament measures which, with due regard to the rights of property, may advance the social condition of the people, and tend to the permanent improvement

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