The other four were English, and we regret to see
among them the name of Mr. J. Stuart Mill. Mr. Mill would probably appeal to his strong and, as we think, just views about Irish tenure as his justification, bat his Indian experience has surely shown him that before all things social order.. must be preserved. Fenianism attacks social order, and its unequivocal condemnation in, the Address ought therefore to precede all suggestions for the removal of grievances, and even the statement that there are any. Mr. Mill will, we trust, yet do great service to Ireland, but to vote for the 0Donogleue's -amendment after Mt. Gladstone's speech was a blunder in Parliamentary tactique.