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Ao tlte Editor oj the J&loHitiohtksMre…

SPORTING.

TO CORRESPONDENTS..

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TO CORRESPONDENTS.. Conscious of our bona-fide desire to foster the germinations of native talent, which we have proved in numerous instances, we pity the puling petulance of Victor, on the" fmTking" of his verses, the Mountaneer. We really suppressed them in kindness, and he may yet be told so by some honest friend, who will hold the mirror up to nature," and tell him that A little learning is a dangerous thing." We have this week to thank M. W. and P. B. The former is evidently a writer of poetical feeling, but the measure of his verses is strangely irregular. P. B. appears too young for the press, he may be yet acceptable. H The Betrayed" conveys a good moral, but is not properly clothed for the public eye. Late public events cause its to postpone, the tears of Erin," verses of no ordinary merit. n A Politician will receive a letter from us by to morrow1 s post.

THE IRISH CHURCH. II

TO —— ON HER BIRTH-DAY.

PRICE OF STOCKS.

HIGH WATER

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