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MARSHFIELD WORKS, LLMELLY.

MR PARNELL AT BIRKENHEAD.

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MR PARNELL AT BIRKENHEAD. THE CLAIMS OF HOME RULERS, MrParnell, M.P., addressed a large meeting at Birkenhead on Monday night. The electors of the town, he was told, could, if they liked, return a Liberal,.but he must.be.a Liberal for Ireland as well as for England, and must vote for a Parlia- mentary inoairy into the grievances of Ireland. The principle they insisted upon was that the people of Ireland were entitled to be governed ac- cording to the wishes of a majority of the people of Ireland. It waa said "You have no right to be a separate, nation." He replied that the Creator of nations made Ireland a nation. (Applause.) The Irish were separate and. distinct !from the English, and though there was no "scientific frontier"â(laughter)âthere was a national boundary between them, and nothing but mischief had ever resulted from the attempt of-England to rule the Irish. (Applause.) If at the next general election the Irish constitu- encies sent a body of men to the House of Com- mons to represent Ireland, then they would soon show any English Government, be it Whig or Tory, that it was impossible to continue the un- natural state of things at present existing in Ireland. (Applause.) Agitation was a good thing, so let. them stick to the advice of the greatest agitator of modern timea, Daniel O'Coiinell. (Applause.) # He asked them in con* elusion to help the agitation until legislative inde- pendence was obtained for Irelandâ(applause)â and to vote for that candidate at the next election who would do most for Ireland.

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THE HA]) ÐØG AT TREffOftfiST.…

ACTION AGAINST THE RHONDDA…

MR J. J. MQBSE AT CARDIFF.

PICTON CASTLE ESTATE.

THE DANGER OF HAlLWAY TRAVELLING.

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CARDIFF.

NEWPORT.

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ADVANCE IN THE PRICE OF HDUSE…

THE CLEVELAND WAGES ! QUESTION.

STAFFORDSHIRE COAL AND WAGES.

If HE LANARKSHIRE MINERS*…

MANIFESTO TO WELSH MINERS.

PENARTHTOCAL BOARD.

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THE FREEDOM OP THE CITY.

MR GLADSTONE AND THE DUNDEE…

IPRESENTATION OF AN ADDRESS…

INDISPOSITIONl OF THE QUEEN.

THE PRINCESS OF WALES.

SUSPECTED MUBDElTIN IRELAND.

DEPARTURE OF THE AMEER FOR…

RAILWAYTCCIDENT NEAR LIVERPOOL.

NONCONFORMISTS AND THE INCOME-TAX.

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A POLICEIAN FINED AT SWANSEA.

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