24 JULY 1869, Page 2

Justice breeds justice. The Irish correspondent of the Times states

that the Board of Trinity College, Dublin, has watched the course of the Irish Bill with anxious attention, and has come to the conclusion that it would be advisable to abandon ascendancy, and at once admit Catholics to the highest offices in the University. They hope thereby to save their endowments, and we do not know if their plan is accepted by the University, and is a genuinely liberal one, that they may not succeed. They must, however, make up their minds to go far—as far as the London University has gone—or they will fail in anticipating the action of Parliament.