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A meeting of Dublin cab and car owners and drivers, chiefly owners wa, held on Sunday afternoon in the Nine Acres, Phoenix Park, near the Ecene of the 'heir abhorrence and indignation. A hey assembled to the number of about 400 in Beres- tord-place, the chairman and speakers being in a wagonette, which headed a procession four deep to the park. The wagonette was then drawn up and served as a platform. Mr. Rorke, a cabowner, was called on to preside, and, addressing those present, said that with Bad heart, in common with all the men in Ireland, they had made it their business to go there to express their deep horror and indignation at the dread- ful crime which was committed in that beautiful park 0Djlu n-rT.ay weekl Ifc was one of the most brutal and hellish assassinations that had ever occurred, and they believed that it had been perpetrated by some foreign mode which had been brought into this country. (Hear, hear.) They deeply deplored the murder of the noble Lord Frederick Cavendish, who had been sent over to try to do some good for Ireland, He had come there in the mornin2 of his life, fail of health and strength, intending to do all in his power for this country in accordance with the wishes of Irishmen and accord. ing to Irish ideas. He was about to wipe out the angry stains left by others who had been here pre- viously. (Hear, hear.) The confidence the speaker had in Mr. Gladstone compelled him to believe that he had sent his lordship to do all in his power for this country. They deeply deplored that noble hearts were still within prison walls but still more they deplored the fact that the deadly assassins were still at large. They would make every effort to capture them. (Hear, hear.) They also regretted the great loss they had sustained by the sudden death of Mr. Burke, the Under-Secretary. Resolutions expressing in strong terms the feeling of horror, indignation, and sympathy felt by the meeting, and pledging those present to do all in their power to assist the authorities in bring- ing the assassins to justice, were passed unani- mously.

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