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The Tuatn News, in an article upon the life and career, social and political, of the late Mr. Burke, who was born in Tuam in 1829, bears the following testi- mony to his conduct as a landlord, referred to lately in so feeling a manner by Mr. Forster:â"He possessed an extensive property in this county, chiefly at Knocknagar and Lekid, and during the past three years of distress, in addition to allowing liberal abate- ments in moderate rents, which were never raised, he provided for every man upon his estate work during these seasons of want, and this at high wages. In consequence his death is as deeply felt as it is deservedly deplored by these henest, attached, and grateful people. In one particular instance an old, illiterate, and poor man upon the estate, suffering from threatened blindness, was brought up to Dublin, placed by Mr. Burke under the best medical care, maintained there, and sent back free of any expense, happily cured of his visual defect; and while under treatment three times a week during his protracted recovery did the man burdened with the cares of administration find time to visit this aged dependent upon his noble charity We could enume- rate numerous other cases where the true nobility of the murdered man was displayed, but we pen these T.. M,ln tbat' w°il6 the memory of his public actions is fresh in the public mind, these cases of unostentatious benevolence may also be known to the public."

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