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[THE REV. R. J. CAMPBELL.
THE WORKERS CRITICISED.
LONDON, October 21.
The Ilev. R. J,,. Campliell, pastor of] the Cil j* Temple. London, in an address de-! livered to-day before. the members of the Paddington and Kensington Trades and Labor Councils, justified his recent state- ment, that "working men are often lazy, un- thrifty, and improvident, while they are sometimes immoral, foul-mouthed, and un- truthful." 31r. Campbell disavowed ' any intention of making an indiscriminate at- tack on the workers.
Although he was severely heckled by his audience during the deliver}- of his speech, Mr. Campbell's courage'id facing the unions and acknowledging the truth of the reports as to his previous utterance was recognised and he was loudly cheered at the conclusion of,tlie address