ULSTER AND PIEDMONT. [To THE EDITOR OF THE "SrxcrAroz."] SIR,
—Between Ulster and the Southern and Western Provinces of Ireland there is about the same difference as between. Pied- mont and the former Kingdom of Naples,—i.e., as between light, represented by Ca.vour, and darkness, by Bombe. Yet Mr. Gladstone, who materially helped to let light into Neapolitan darkness, is ready to extinguish the light of Ulster by subjecting her to the priest-ridden majority of the other provinces, and to surpass himself in grotesqueness by comparing Mr. Balfour's rale in Ireland to Bomba's at Naples !