Mr. Bull Canadiensis reads from "New York Tribune": " 'Union with England is of service only to a small WEALTHY class of shipping merchants and politicians, who come up to Canada TO MAKE FORTUNES which they invariably go back to England to enjoy. Besides this class, the Canadian population is made up of the thriftless, happy-go-lucky French habitants and swarms of Irish emigrants, without capital, experience, or business capacity.' Mixed this, Mr. Tribune. I came here to GET wealthy, and I am going to stay." -- Hibernicus: "The "Tribune" never loved Canada, John. Everybody isn't blind or a fool! We don't forget poor Greeley's Gentle Shepherds of '66." -- M. L'Habitant: "Il est l'envie. Et ce n'est pas pour vous, M. le Rédacteur, le Chemin Pacifique."