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e complete. If you fight, it will be with tremendous odds and against appalling difficulties. There was a time when the State of New York alone could have taken Canada, and when her disaffected people would have gladly raised the Stars and Stripes. That time, I believe, has passed.--For ten years the Canadians have had no cause of complaint against their Government and institutions, and the British Empire has nowhere a more loyal people. Irishmen, in Canada as elsewhere, deplore the condition of their native land, and on this account they have no love for the British Government; but Irishmen everywhere have the instinct of loyalty. In the North, they the British army, they fight bravely for a Government which for the last three centuries has oppressed and plundered their native land. They will do the same in Canada, where they have few causes for dissatisfaction, and enjoy rights they could not have in Ireland. But how will it be in Ireland? There is no manner of doubt