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PFRURRATIOf. IR ISAACS' ATTIfUDE. The Vicatrian Attrrntey.-Gerornl thus writes ri t te editor oflthe lentinerl: " It is ily intentlui as sooe ns practicable, after the Government have couaidored the Federal Ounititu:in in all itrs aspect,. includling the fielancial, railway, arid liseal beurings of the bill, to explein ti iiy trn. sti:uents, as fully as poseible, the meanning turd purport of the eeure. It its pltaitn that until the Mitistiry havu ascerdlied from those ir charge of varria Ins dtiprt. nuntsI the informtioriia eiessatry toi form a clear anid just estimlteu of tin e pirisitio fruont a preelicl stardpltit it would hle most unfair fur those hibling raspolsible Ipositiones I, publiuly advise tile people finally. When we harve dischalrged the functiirra which iour pstiitions deunrild of us, we shall then, and ,not till then, tbe able to advise disrtintly uponti tis reaut question. Thle ipeplnt are tired of generalities, rand at thie iuenent, whIen they are to decide their future and the future of sacueedleg cgener*Ionlr, the least that leading menl can do is to assist theml with calin practical reaeerclh rand knowltledge. vheul thiis is available I shall, with inuch pluasure, place before 'my cllertituelts tlhroughout lhe electuratnr a full and couiplete explutaitiont-l.-tbhe measure.-Yurll truly. IsAAo A. ISAAca. Melblurnle, 21 [-3 I 98 " MIr Jalnae lles wri'ten ii cuirmunieicationl to a sitnilhr reffutr l I WVidelnilgs, IWnsil llt. adding:-"' is ie ni ticteeable fret thtn., tilp to tile pruseUlt nl ielleu I; ha tllhought it luceeslaory, oir perlllas pssihle, toi ueter upll' no uxp nllllr atli lll f ilter neI asuru 'frolll irs prautield lind tiracliail stawudliiit, but. I have uei d;lutlt wd shaill. Irea lble teo .i this very shirtly 'n,t tveandltehun I hpe to lave tlu pleasure rof speiakinig. uIld, I sincerely trust,. f favorably npeakillg, tof the treat Bill just elompletrd."