Yesterday week, too late femur last impression, Sir W. Fraser
was quietly elected for Ludlow. He explained his views to the electors, which were eminently safe. He was not for in- tervention in America ; but if the Government decided at some future time to intervene he would not say that he should object. No good could be done for Poland. Germany was getting confused about Federal unity, and nothing, he thought, could come of it. He disliked the Pope, disliked the income- tax, but liked the state of naval and military preparation which the income-tax secures. The people quite agreed with their member that many things were disagreeable, but that no particular improvement could be suggested.