6 OCTOBER 1866, Page 2

So Lord Brougham, in his competitive speech, put oa what

Lord Shaftesbury had put off, concluding his windy remarks by inti- mating that all who could be held responsible for the wholesale murder of war would be condemned to "the unspeakable and endur- ing torments of hell." That is rather out of Lord Brougham's way, surely, but a very graceful compliment to Lord Shaftesbury.