Tho Reform Conference at Manchester on Monday was saved by
Mr. Forster, M.P. for Bradford, from the folly of preparing a Reform Bill of its own. The obviously wise policy now for Liberals is to listen and criticize, not offer suggestions at which
Mr. Disraeli might possibly snatch and gain a march on the Radical party, even while by his greater ingenuity defeating their intentions. Besides, merelY to offer an:niternativeucheme for Mr. Disraeli to pull to pieces, Would be -to furnish him with' a clear advantage with his own Party;—an in tetroremIlirgnintnt that he might hold over them.