Serious and Dangerous Crisis

2 mentions.

1868 - 1883

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1868 to 1883

two mentions

over 15 years

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The police and military, called in to the aid of the Government, were unable to clear the Park either that evening or on the two following days, and on the afternoon of the 25th the same Government which had closed the Park against the League and the people on the 23rd applied to the League to restore that law and order which the Government themselves had broken, and to preserve the peace of the metropolis from what threatened to be a very Serious and Dangerous Crisis".

He would remind the Home Secretary that this extremely inefficient police, which had been the cause of all the difficulties of the Government in Ireland, were the police which put down a far more Serious and Dangerous Crisis than the Government had had to deal with—the Fenian rebellion.

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