Without entering at all upon a consideration of the relative right involved in the war between Great Britain and the Boers, we cannot but express our deep regrets that so soon after the Peace Conference at The Hague, in which England bore so conspicuous a part, this unfortunate and bloody conflict should have ensued. It is the more to be regretted since both parties to it in their national capacity are professors of the Christian religion.
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