WHIG OPINION OF THE REPEAL AGITATION. -- The object of the Irish revolutionary party is not the general welfare of the United Kingdom; it is not even the general welfare of Ireland, either as a part of the United Empire or as a separate republic; their real objects are, to overthrow the Protestant Church, to confiscate the Protestant estates, and to retaliate on the Protestant party the injuries and insults of centuries.  By confirming the prejudices, misleading the expectations, aggravating the antipathies, and enflaming the malevolent passions of the least educated classes, this party has obtained great influence among those on whom the priests are dependant for their incomes, and for their popularity.  Some repealers know that the path to it is through civil war. -- Edinburgh Review.