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The London Times remarks that whether Poland was made over to Russia in the last settlement of Europe as a trust or a gift, it has certainly proved a fatal possession. Poland, says the Times, has been ruled by three Russian Emperors since 1815, and has been a difficulty to all of them. Alexander and Nicholas would have le
nd expression in the war, from the effects of which Russia has not yet recovered.
France, England and Germany judged the whole tendency of Russian policy by what Poland suffered under it more than by the internal administration of Russia itself.
And what material advantage has the Government of the Emperor derived from the poss expedient at command except the savage process of exterminating all opposed to it. The operation is not so easy as the exterminators imagine.
The attempt to Russianize Poland has now been carried on for thirty years, and has ended, so far, by leaving Russia with nothing in Poland but its army.
The immediate appeal to force, says