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I Tynan's Release I MOKE CHAMPAGNE ■ 4)runk to the Honour and Glory of H France and the Confusion of England. ■ A Dalziel's telegram states:—The Boulogne H ^rre^potiKleUt of It he "Figaro" says:—'The ■ telegram ordering Tynan's release arrived at a quarter past six on Thursday evening. The ■ Secretary of Sub-Prefecture at once tt-ent to ■ the prison and told Tynan the news. Being a free an once more, he exclaimed, "I only want to say one Thing, and that is down with ihe ■ llnglish. D-- them." He repeated the curse several times, bringing his clenched fist tlown on the table with a sounding thud as he did t-o. Then a bottle of champagne was Produetd, and Tynan, his landlord, and the Policeman drank to the "Honour and glory of France and the c-onfusion of England.' I INTERVIEW AFTER HIS I RELEASE. ■ THE OBJECT OF HIS VISIT. Irish Nationalists at War Against ■ Great Britain. ■ A reporter who dined with Tynan after his ■ release telegraphs that, in the course of con- ■ versation, No. 1 said: -Whatever the nature I of my mission to Europe was, it has been iar ■ more successful than I antcipated. 1 looked ■ forward to the establishment in the near future I of an independent Irish Republic. The object ■ of my visit was not what was attributed to it ■ by the press. There was never any idea of a ■ Plot against the Emperor of Russia, or of doing any injury to the Queen of England. That is I an absurdity. We Irishmen have nothing to ■ do with things of that kind. We are honour- I able iin our warfare. As for the Emperor of ■ Russia, I would myself stand between him I and danger as I would between ■ between danger and my own son. Asked I whether there was really any dynamite plot, I Tynan said:—"Exactly what the nature of I ltIy mission waa I cannot say, but I may tell I you ihis. I am no believer in the Anarchist I ideas of the general destruction of persons and I Property, but I do believe in dynamite as a I Weapon of war. We Irish Nationalists are at I War with Great Britain. The Irish people in I America proved their union in Chicago last I October, when. I was a delegate to the con- I Mention, by establishing an Irish National I Alliance, a public organisation for the estab- I lishment of an Irish Republic. The object I of the alliance is plaiidy stated to be force, tnd I conclude by the use of the word force is meant the we of dynamite and every other Method of warfare."

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