On the same day Mr. Layard addressed his constituents, and
abused the House of Commons pretty roundly for their recent treatment of Mr. Gladstone,—and, himself. He told a story of some Opposition member coming over to the Liberal side of the House, and saying "You ilonIt'know how we hate Glad- stone ; we feel ready to cross.over the Boor of the House and tear him to pieces," and he asserted that the-same violent persecution -was directed against the Marquis of llartington and himself. Nuscitur a sociis. Yet we think there was-a difference in the three shades even of this unjust and acrimonious party feeling towards a Gladstone, a-Cavendish, and a Layavd.