I have said, he utterly destroys that mischievous figment of the imagination, a solid North definitely opposed to the idea of Ireland free and united. He centres our attention upon Belfast, not by indictment but by those simple and most touching glimpses of life in the Ulster towns and country side, where Protestants and Catholics work together, play together and go to. The same prison for the same political ideals. It is worth noting in this connection that Mr. Louis Walsh, himself a Catholic, was returned to the County Council of Antrim by the Protestant vote, and that, as he. Tells us, a large proportion of his clients are Protestant also.