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of its inhabitants meet to
support Lord Hartington who
holds that Irishmen are not
entitled ever to common [civil?]
liberties except on condition of
abandoning the idea of nationality.

I hope that as you have boldly
chosen at this time to bring
together at a meeting in Dublin
[the Feile?] Protestants favourable to
House Rule, that meeting may
receive large and cordial support,
& it may be seen that there are
multitudes of [?? ?] & [decided?]
Protestants in Ireland who are
[true?] amidst what are obloquy

and misapprehension to the
tradition of their fellows

I remain dear [Sir??]
Your faithful & Obdt Servt
W Gladstone

C.A. [Oldhennry?]

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