ourse between the two countries; and, indeed, anticipate the day when the Association would not merely travel from Liverpool to Newcastle, and from Newcastle to Birmingham, but have the whole world for its arena (loud applause); when they might see the meeting passing over from Birmingham to Philadelphia, and from Philadelphia bacBirmingham to Philadelphia, and from Philadelphia back to Newcastle?
Then, indeed, they would have an alliance greater and stronger than parchment or treaties; an alliance producing a scientific union, practical and theoretical, between both countries (applause). He had been betrayed into saying more words than he ought; but the very kind manner in which his Lordship had done him tved a line of action.
I doubt if he counsels with anybody.
His intimates are persons far below him in station,—Charles Phillips, Matthew Davenport Hill,
Of Birmingham; an active member of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, and a promoter of juvenile reformatories. and Dr. Shepherd,
Rev. William Shepherd, of