Lessons In Massacre; Or, The Conduct Of The Turkish Government In And About Bulgaria Since May, 1876. THE INTRODUCTION. THE lesson, which the Turkish Government has conveyed to its Mahometan subjects by its conduct since last May in the matster of the Bulgarian rising, cannot be more pithily or more accurately expressed than in the three short English words, Do it again. My charge is, that this lesson was conveyed and not only conveyed, but intended to be conveyed that it is as plain, as if it had been set forth expressly in a Firman of the Sultan, or a Fetwa of the Sheik of Islam. To comprehend aright this great lesson. in Massacre, we must look at the facts as a whole, and must carefully scrutinise the details in themselves, as well as in their bearing one upon another. It may seem that one, who is no more than a private individual, is guilty of presumption in dealing with so great and perilous a question. But I have a great faith in the power of opinion, of the opinion of civilised and Christian Europe. It can remove mountains...
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