Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 355
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of the "Bulgarian atrocities". I shall be rather curious to see what Dizzy who was to make a speech at some Agricultural Dinner last night has said on the subject. It is [indecipherable] infamous [indecipherable] in which Gladstone, Arlgyle [indecipherable] leaders & others of the Opposition have [indecipherable] on the mob of fools of Society to make a disturbance in this matter & so to implicate the very difficult work the Ministry have in hand. Dizzy has less majority in the House [indecipherable] & by the time Parliament meets I have little doubt but that courts will have [indecipherable] their conduct, when the Country will have reason to blush for its folly.