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its THE EDITOR UP TUE " SPECTATOR."] Sut,—There's not much the matter with Suarez. Most of us, with whatever reservations, concede the major premiss that tyrants may rightly be killed. The fallacy of the Irish Thee- logical Qssarterlls is in the insinuated minor premise—that England is the tyrant. No more stupendous lie was ever uttered before God and man.—I am, Sir, Ac.,