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bIR H. LAYARD AND THE PORTE.:

ENGLAND AND TURKEY.

TEE CONFLICT WITS ALBANIANS.

THE AMO.\N ELANDS.

TEE OF THE BACCHANTE.

DEATH OF A GERMAN DUKE. -

- SPANISH SUGAR DUTIES.

THE PRESIDENCY OF THE FRENCH…

--...-TLE DlTrRB.\CES AT PESTS.

TLE ur lH ..\JIERICá WAR.

AFGHANISTAN.

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SIR CBAtsl.ES DILKt.; ON THE…

qEE HEALTH OF MS. TORR M.P..…

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THE I DISTRESS IN IRELAND.

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THE I DISTRESS IN IRELAND. T IS EXCITEMENT I TEE CONDITION IN GALWAY. (TGTE"RARD, I in yeet,erra.y I the 'èXcitemÐl.t "'<I to e'fintú!\8 ths'.t have ùecurr" i, ;d t'H1j be thee in cf Maam, a vii'tge ia cse wilffst of Coane'fBf-.ra, and distant frotm seme 3t mdea. To h*d been ?=" "'pciotchd from KJienüy, &Ed -ø;aer parta a force cf fully equipped and prepared for rough -vork. numlrlng cpwarca of 2(iu. It waa reportel tha asa.£ltl'y had nrearme, and were well alp- plieè with scythes, ehepherda' crooka, pitahforka, and oiner inetrnmenta of werfare, and that they ware determine l, even at tbo peril of their lives, to prevent the 'e ta.ken out &gncat ?o je of the tenantry, at the of Colonel Clementa. for non payments of rent. I to Ouehterard, 20 milea nearer the '!oene, a: nnd. msht and there I tound at?i more gioomv rcunotira anoat. Shortly alter aix o'clock, in ordar tu be in time for the commencement of hostilities, I had to endure a car journey, this time ic the bitter cold mJrnin\t air. On arriving at Maam I was informed that the constabulary had riaen early, and were already a&eld. A further run of foar mile! passing on the way groups of poorly ciad, hacgry looking peasants, numbering from half a dozen to upwards cf a hundred, brought me into the eo-npaay of the ocnatabniary. When nrst descried they vere ia skirmishing order, soouring o?e* aoma high Tccka, which csused a bend in the read, and wh;ch rcao from a pmall g!e' on whcce coEpass, dotted here and fiero. wara Boo:e poor cabin?, some ct the most wre:ci:1sd of tha n:i¿,ert: ble dtreuiaga tha.t diaSgn.o thij wild and barren p<n:t of atd, from a aupetncial gla.nc9, one m'.hs hve itrJig;LPd the «'<;rs ia hct with sn cranny. They were merely I]"t'u l7J.d:!J c:eef Ho in the glen, h.vev. 0. :oid:g htm I Ieunt ta.t the moateer.o-ia ptft of the cay'a work and tnat,aa tL'1 ;?i:-l had baen ':o rE"âluk ''o a party of stragKiera from the mun '?t'.y of the peanuts, "'I.he g*e?t batda w?? cv?r" Corf-t&bl<:$, tr.e c.;m.naúd. ol ;u b. ¡ :Jt!)cJCGor J. hsd left the b&rraoka, ',he ho-a:, cia and theCcu-t hoc a", waare :;tJeyaa.¿ b<en hur'dl.-d tcgett¿r aU c'ght, at da.ykrsT. Lo'c L<:iir!m'3 bèOili.1, Joha drœ3(,0" in t'Mir micat, hsd marched to w&n lay t.;a nr8trabin&twh.cha pToccad to be served. On their way they ercoantered a mot) sefid 70') f atrT'g, ap{:ar€ntiy with a.i.o. Father Conway, the pariah WM a.: t'n head of the crowd, and hea,fd exhol tiDs fleck and tbe" f ie ;dil to ,r.: peacably and only to oSer re9iatano3 to the service of the prfceasea Either hia counsel prevailed over the excitement and dal>Ðnta mcliDalionB of the people, or they wer3 cowed by the numbera and appearance of the poiica, for certain it ia that that the guardiaca of tan peace never caire iRto eoiliaion with a more ordarly and undemonatrative gathering of breakora of the law. Eardly had the oScora come within etuking diatance than the mob broke oa all aidea and took to ita hesia ai.d beat an ignoiiinioua retreat frcm the aceneof coLSict. The prjceaa eerver waa not impeded in the discharge of hia duty at any of the remaining aeven at which he had to call, indeed for the remainder of the day the peasantry were only noticed in groupa of two and three hacging about the roads, but always taking care to keep at a respectable diatance from a member of the oonatabniary. The opinion prevails amongst the oonsttbutary cnicera that the crowd weie only deterred from attacking by the numerical strength of the police, and although they have been put to grott inconvo Bience and personal diacomfoft, loudly applaud the principle of sending powerful bod!ea 10 ddal with the igBcrart but eacity excited peMantry of the weatof Ireland. GALWAY, TUESDAY NiGHT. That absolute famine ia approaching in aome of the pooreat and batreneat distriots of Connanght ro one w:tinn the boundary o! he province caa doubt. The evideneea are too emphatic-it." c:ue! witnesses are too wan and too wasted, toe' ptLDly marked with the rgly licea o! ata-vaMon—to permit cf ecepticiem in the tmpr;:jll.:ice1 mind, axd, besides theae, thera are other iY¡tne..3e whu6e teaticiony to thoaa whj uadoMtaid the aitnation ought to be <?qtaJy con. vinciBg. There are the meal e?Ilj*e, the bakers, and the provision dele:a generally, and almost to a maa all will tjlly'ia, TLe pecple haTe besn living on credit, faw for years ard many for moncha; but wici ruji etar.ng ca in the face we can give no long?r. God ki.ot7a how me poor are tf liva Then thfra .ire oher ivitneasee inanimA., :;)¡¡t eloquent. 'Jt ha eabma of the p');;¡, bare aYd melasa, empty, or cona.iJli¡)g on'y :.II ht*If rtttEn Eeed tnbera th%t ,Juld oen hardly nt "0 in+.o the aiy bt,F,?T, .It ;cat i:a tenart. 1-ven in w. toh ia at o7i3e a seaport, Íhhing town, and; .dW30] leTmii-u", cne ia cQLLntJ h'i!:? brn,t to face with tckeaa and eloaenta sf It ia roughly eatimated by those bast Bitmted tj fcrm an opinion, that there ia at the pr,e!lt mc'ncnt cne to the miil::r3 And p:aviaion merchanta of from the and agticnitural popclatioa of the !leihb<)mhood no leea a enm than .6100,COO, aid .hij despite tbo face that LO tenia have: betn paii. If laadiocdj had tad their due the ,}f the pec.Je wou.d have been .Mut :he<r teaan'. would bN bfd:1 .vot'a). The various chari'y 0)'g.tnisa',ionB. M th) Sodety of Sh. Vincent: de havo ;).<HI them- utterly pcwarie..d to atdtn of misery and want. The ap;llieiou tj !.n<) tova ccmrniseicEeMfcr the m<j.*Q3 of a fd'v miaei&blo pence that :h3 1o1 it in their powa? to thaai are incrfaBiEg caHy. \Yht is the sareet B:gs oi aii M tha: the "Jtchd creaturtJ8 who :ent a tit la bit of Ln..d .*nd 'Nho ba7e cnJy th&t and the l&bcu'' they sxpen: npo it to )ook to for a fo<' th—nac vaa &nd their too numeroca potatoea that, despite 1;her bd qual-cy, W'3re earlier en aet apart for aecd, so that thsj.re net cnly in want and great au Spring in the Maeat, but they are rearing for t:"õm¡;t1: V';};:I jeape. rate future. When tbinga are b'Jl"ne in mind, and it ia nndoratjud tbi.' ia no exaggerated picture of the wndition of th& people, thty may be accredited with some amount of patience and resignation in havl 'g, 3 a whole, connned their proteata agaiTat the state of afhira which allcwa them even with b*;d to sbk ao low in the scale of aodal and dooieatic comfort to open ita.tion. ont-door meotiBga. The peasantry howevar ignorant and nnpohahed they may be, do Dot lack courage, and bet that they are maoh enduring they would long aiaoe havf vcured to wrest from what she denies to their legitimate supplication. Whatever :h3 oome- quonce might have been, the man who the othar day at Carraroe bared their breaata to the pointa of the bp..yonets, rtlsolutcly refwung 1;0 Jr. ake W3.y for the proceaa aerver, whoen mbsiou they conceived to bo -m anjuat oae; would, if they h been the w.ld nnconatituticneJ rabble quartera thay are described to be, have ta.kJ). atroug meaaarea pre thia to convince the mcredntoaa and unsYalp! thiaiDg tliat their condition ia becoming deaperahe. And it mu"t be remembered that at Carraroe, aitbocgh a hundred bayoaeta and a hundred loaded carbines were tu¡ne<1 <6 thjm, tha ronh. CoBBemara peaaanta gaijt-ed .ccij- prevented the sezvica of tha flrCCa28, asi rcacned tao rioters apprehended by tha oo!lta!e" I certainly do sot think, troii 'ul .t. have and heard, that civil ai-raindt landlords, riots, or robberies, are likely to becotpa ?cer?, bmt at the same time I am oonvmoe't that cne magistrates, the constabulary, and the pfieata wiU nnd it more di&oult as dme goea on to sejp the people contented, and ma.int&i.1 <))uetneaa tn their districts. With regard to the measures for reiief whioa have been taken up to the present, the opinion 'a $ieIleral in what may. be called the facJne dÜ- "r1cts that the Dnch8 of Fand wiU be merely aa a drop in the ocean ia Galway alone. So far, 500 and 8JO appiioatioaa have been made for and in tie diocese, comprising 11 pariahea, there are sai.. to bel.SUL' familiea requiriDg immediate aaaietan"a. Inoaeea where grants have been mada to pncdts for the poor in their parishes, the telie< haa only averaged from 6d to Is 6d pef family. I am infoMned that any private e&orta must needs fall far short of the case, and that. n to save life, the Government most do something, and at once. The people d)j not ask tor gratuitous relief. Out them to buy potatoes at.d tha b&reat necessities of life. The latest reports recced from Maam and Deny Park are to the eSeo; that everything ia quiet, but it is rumoured that the aat-ia. tazce of a large constabulary foxce wi!l i<3 reqai-ad in the neighbourhood of Shrai' in the couree of a day or two. The Co*in' inapec.jr Cullenhae dispatched 5<) men to ëÇ:.û9 18 or 20 men on the road to Shrule, Ind he haa Brother 50 men in readiness to dtartfo- the scene of action should their serviosa be required. He awaits dispatches from Hettdford asking for reia. fcrcementa before sending them oa. 8nb.Inspec. tor 0 Brien ia at OughtaraKt with 100 men they are reatiBg to-day, but to.morrow they wJl ba biought into Galwey to await fnrther ordera. GALWAY, 6p. The oausea of the distress in thia (Harriot— in fact, generally throughout the Weet of I?al&ud— atiee jirectJy or indirectly fcom ttie failure of the pctato and depreciation in the vatua of stock. Many of tha occupiers of amaU holdinga, who formerly were ccntfnt to grr f!I gram '),ud pctatots, temptè by the high prices obtained for cattie in the local 'man:kjta, have for 80:U avo or aix }<ars ptn:t trsr&ferr9d thoir attention from to stock ei.Iy a potti.n of thei? land for tha growing et' ;t,'t :cs. Tbe pme ot the b"Bt fl'td J30tt!e, aa knows, haa fallen considerably since but !I.d the orry an::E&Is tt.t tb') Conna- huBb&nOoiap lately takpa t.t mH-Mt have cither been en hrely ignored or have only hai etlch rricea btd fr them M, if wonid h.we !d lift a hS.J. enn, of profit to the &rd wcu'i èa; ecabte him I? lep;¡,y, the kaD ho /)i1 rpceived tt. Then the r.:tV', under te raiBS of the pFt a. F.1 ron) and 13t1"w9<d r-aBcre, ]Al,:ed m the grouad. The bMVftta in Eirhad ba-ve been a flàil,u, a..j teat haa li!elve.d t'? ,¡.. V6l'ty hara. fo? tbe hhh ;vhnm '.Jç'nem'i" "'11;>- t.liea eomany to the Nort? and ? '? ot haaiand, ?a-e TetTt-Bod froip ?h' a.?P?'t! ?x'?J>'oc poorer tian they went cut. I ? ?&e? Cf?p'. wa<wo vitpat h?a bt' n xrow". ca?? a?c tu??'i out bsf'iy. bsf'iy. Fa'hfr Dù<.lt>V, 110) Tih cf m? tf .r. M-em). øJ.un L'J! at Sbru1.e, who have a rowing wheat, hav' ?cund the grain cf 6:11 a poor quality LsL?o at>c;1.1 1¡ b<cn unable 'o Brake bun of 't Th:y nr*'i hf'.d cac.s'xth of the rstura they .0' the fon tha-t the or ripen, ard as for making bread of n, tl"y m)t:ht as will think of co verting it ;nM cheese. ha*ter Dco.'ey went over to hrule & ooople of non'hs ago to ren'a tor tne bianop, b.it he) !rT)td !U3h plain evidences cf poverty amongst ''hettrantathat he had not the heart to Mk a fr'jm ore of them. He oame a<vay amp'y. ;a.nCt:J,ayd th'a thoLt in (.lJ,),¡t caEearoreBts l,.a,5 been pa.id atnca Novemoer, 18'!8, in which ?' n'h, by t"m inted ,;)f rpni, he fcucd the people ao baJly off fat he ocly asked for of ir. and even want the length of roc..kIrg a reduction on that. I understand that A few years iloilo a bishop, <rf h'a own will, and without i!vHélt.twu, a reoue. tion ot 2f¡ er cent. on the rente of the Sarnie in Galway. Whatever be the opinion tIoi, to the caaeea of the diatresa, whether they are looked upon aa careleeane:is in the pret,er¡atIon of good, aound potatoea for 66' d, extravagance in the time of plenty, and needleaa running into debt; or whether they are reckoned as beyond the ccntrol of the people, the local authorities have not been alow to recognise its existence. The harbour coiBmiasionera h&ve j1>!t fiven employ. ment to 100 labourora in woc&a of exo vation for a new dOJk. The board of guardiaua have juet put others upon drainage worka. and the town oommií!sioner8 have engaged a tew iJ. operationa in oonnecticn with There atill remain a large number of able-bodied men out cf employment, con. tiderably over 300, and when it ia coneiderod that moat of them are hoada of families, it will be readily understood that tnrosgst a Email population like this the wnt and misery are great. Many are indeed without bread this m.rniDg, and duricg the day bands of poor people have been parading the atreeta carrying a clack nag icscribed with the words, Work or bread," and although bread riota have been anticipated and precattionary measures hue been taken by the police, there have been no dicturbanoea worthy of record. The labourers employed on the harbour relief works met this morning n froct of the and cem&nded an addition of 6d a day to i.Eir wages, d6c!Àrillg that la 6d a day waa irsuScicnt to keep themaaivea and their families tlive. They were, however, easily persuaded to ciepfrBp. It eeema that the amount originally waa 2a, but ;he harbour coc miaaionera naoing tt ftt the expenditure wae more than their reaouroea wCllld bear kiockoa en 25 per cent. M Í" Tfccffimençed thau theGovemaieTit ahonU fuLda for the coBetruotiou of a railway ¡,Tah'<iY to ClifdrB, to op'-n up the Coaao- TM hne. I lUll told, wojid so in<?xpei:eive, nsd ics con!itruction wu:d e'vs p!n?!oymeLt to .lt\O or mei. C??t?j? ?t ? that, c??eaa son 9':??? ia ejon d??e, the p&ople wiji begin to die in tioir c?bina and by the zo&d eide of eheor GALWA.Y, TUCRSDAT NiGHT. One cf the moat uncomfortable, 1J.ot to say ¿arger<.1.1s, poaiticnato which a man could po:sHH.f be ap¡.cil.Lted in this t;art of the Bister isLioDd jnet nt<w ia unqueatienably that of a eerver. I have aome right to apeak with authority on the aubject, for i have not only been in the company of theee otEjera, and seen taem in the discharge of their disagreeable duty, but 1 have had the diatinguiahed honour of being mia. taken for cue of them, and of being treated to a large amount of that questionable deference with which the nativea of the wild Weat are apt to regard theee county court fnnotionariea. The head centre, or the common hangman, ia in&nitely more preferable to the dis 30greeabltlness that waita a proceaa aerver in the performance of hia duty. I waa mistaken for one of the gentlemen to-day, and the imprecations heaped upon my devoted held in the spce of a few minutea would, if they could have bsen collected, have been found nnmeroua and anong enough to have formed the stock-in-trade of a new infernal region. If I had not bean under the protective winga of an inapeotor, J. M. O'Brien, and hia 120 oonatablea, I fear violent handa would have been laid on me, and my chattering would have been stoped. It waa not long before the Kal procoaa-aerver got to work however, and when he waa aeen at the buaineaa he waa marked and I (forgotten. The proceaaea to-day were only for trfkteamen'a billa, and selecting one young fellow from the crowd I said to him, Why do you threaten the proceaa server? ho ie only doing duty, and I have no doubt if his oiNoe were c&ered to you you would accept it." But the reply waa ready. Indeed, then, I wouldn't, yer honour, not in theae hatd timea. Didn't the old prccesa server give it up this year, and he having it thia t0 year," and to this waa added from tha crowd by way of clinching the argument, DavU a pare thia proceaa server here, for we won't." But in spite of threats and imprecations of every manner of intimidation abort o* personal violence, which no doubt would have been resorted to if the police had not been in force, the process a':rver, a p&le, timid looking fellow of 17 cr 18 jeara of, age went on with hia work. He did not eerve a single proceaa, however, aa every hoase waa deaerted, and every doer waa locked, 'md magistrate, and the 120 police, and the precis aprver hd their journey acd their paind for no'h.n?. TEE DUCHESS OF MARYBOROUGH'S FUND. The Lord M&y or of London haa received from the Duche¡;s c'f Ma.rlboro,,h the following letter lIl) Lord -1 ba.ve tbe gret, p e'\8ure t..) aclt"owled¡;rl:l the thud generous doBxttoa t;f £<rúo, briuga up the &m' ubt to noajJy JBt9,(<jO Jt m'iy be a&tiaf<tCtorv to )cur 1. rd.h'p anQ to the OltlZ us vf L'Judon k'1o, how 1IIe a.re I!Ip..aiug the meney l!T4t.'u..tNd to us. W" I!P-J.t £1.30 Olw Tue,,(;ny lost 10 ',a.d ,wslo,,l C')a:.mitAe". and we <cxp<,o:,t tlrougo thfJ 11. u 1íicenco Hf the e:ngli'!h put; to 11 eo., up II. r..gl.lJ!\r sup':) .1 11.1 my be r.'qHl1'ed ¡u;(ürdi,'g t<. the! dlS' re's in dlflereut districts. We have already reeeived the thanks of the several local cou.m,tt¡;es. The co-'Dtiaa of M tyo. G.'lwa.t, and Dun'jgti h&Ye Rrst rate notrmlttees, acd ar alrea y m reccipE of funds. Wj hfwevM', husband our resources o'rerthetuLeeofacMcty.Thichha.ve 011:.1 jctat cjm- n-eD<-ed. Un aU sidef, except chose whose L-jttrest it would a,pe&r cap'.tal of t.he we receive .ssiata-Me a.nd of t-ym- iatly. Fr<.m the t;r'-s<. from the v"r-)\1 ED¡¡.and a; d 1r¡,}. nd. frolU pllvlic bo:h\:llil, a.nd from dif!ne!:t leigÍ01.¡¡;¡ cUl:.gregJ.tiou.t do we re.elve support. The C( ntritub JU8 flow in reg 11. a.rly and ,,0:.u<1 be ¿oub;ed It nt'ed be. '1he diatr6s is gre"teilt in th:)se Ftrta where thf poor are dtpeadert on aad the t reduce of &sher9. ThuM <Jwa.ya s'laer tlrjt in times of severe t-CMcity, and in thorn it ia ditmcait to over.e8timate the UtgeLcy of the misery and sulfrilllf. TheiadifSofoarcoiDnm.tee a.re aaaured tUttt bet:evol.r:ce and the liberality of of Lond n wi)l Dot ftLi! then), and it ia through the hnnmne eBorta cf thcee who, lixe your Lords Lip, have ¡fenerclualy interested theinaetvea m thor teha.lf, that che EuHering })O<)r of the We8t of Ireland will yet l''am to know their real friends. la conclusion, I "ould beg you, in the namo of our c )mlllittee. thank- fulty to aooept the kind oNer of 500 tons of beef fr Jm the St. Lcnia Beef Company, &nd beg it,may be aant to L uLliB, from whancw we will ùrwa.rd ij aa required.— I ha.ve the hononr to remain.;yonr lorJ-htp'a ttithfuUy, "F..MARLBOKOUtm." PUBLIC MEETING IN CARDIFF. On Thursday evening a public meeting waa held in the Crown Court of the Town.w.u., Cardiff, for the purpose of raieing aubacriptiona for the relief of the diatresa in Ireland. The Mayor of Cardiff (Mr. J. M Connochie) preaided. and amongst thaae proseDt were the Rev. C. J. Thompson, the Rev. G. A. Jonea, the Rev. Father Kiohardaon, the R-jV. Father HMriaoa, the Rev. Father M'Cormiok, Alderman Lewis, Councillor D. Jonea, Councillor T. Evana, Councillor G. A. Stooe, CouuoHlor Treaeder. the Town.cieik (Mr. Whoatley), aleaara. J. A. Le Boulanger, Jocas Watsoa, Lewia Williama.J. A. Corbett, E. H. Ca-ppor.T. H. Stephena, — Rioharda. G. A. Edwarda, R. E. Spencer, C. J. Jaokaon, D. Wataon, J. Buma, W. Daviea, J. D. Simpaon, J. Langhland. E. Grogac, W. Jones, L. Tyior, D. W. Thomaa, T. P.W. Carey. J. Waring, W. F. Scephenaon, W. R. Smith, and othere. The MAYOR, in opening the meeting, aaid the aubjeot which had brought tham there that night waa one of painful importance. No man deserving of the name could hear the cry o! the atarvmg women and children without feeling that he mnat do aomething to allevittta the dlMt There could, he thought, be no doubt that aome parte of Ireland were in a terrible state, and that no single district waa free from hunger. Mr. Simpeon, a. town councillor of Liverpool, who lately viaited Ireland, had atated that he found the people living upon aeaweed aud a kind of ahell 6th found upon the rocka, which waa gathered by them. It waa absolntely necessary, he said, that relief ahould be aent at once to prevent atarvatian, which, in hia view, waa imminent. The Duohesa of Marlborough had aent ooc vision to every heart by her womanly appeal, and she aaid that ao great waa the want and suffering that, aniesa apecial and extensive enbrta were made, thousands of our Iriah fellow aubjecta would jhave to go through a!Ij) the horrorst of & famine before the year waa over. The newspapera teemed with atoriee of sunering perfectly appalling in them. selves, aad a description given by the tpcoial correspondent of the TeLegraph of two soenea he witnessed, were truly he<u't- Mnding. Could Engliahmen Mid Welshmen who gloriec in the saying that according to the English law no man could atarve—couid they ait with their arms folded while thouaanda were by inches, aa the laying waa? Aeaurejiy not. (Applauae ) The appeal they were making that bad nothing to do with politico or religion; it began with humanity, and it ended with humanity, and he knew his Cardiff townsmen too well to fear for a moment that they would not do their duty. The aad state of Ireland had only to be known to touch all hearta. He had jast made an appeal in favour of the Rowland Hill Memorial Fucd, which he hoped would be responded to; but the claima of atarving men, women, aud children were, he admitted, a; hundredfold creater The value of a popular aubaoription waa that aH ahonid give little, and he was coBndent that no one would refuse to give. 'Applause.) In conclusion the mayor called upon Mr. Burns to propose the nrat resolution. ;fir. J BURNS said that in considering the dia. tre.iB'ia ireland, it waaadviaabia that theyahoald limit themeeivea entirely to the social side of the Queaticc, and have noting to do whatever with pciitica or religion. Therefore, he aaked what waa the preaent atato of Ireland, and how ooutd the wanta cf the IrL-h people be beat supplied? He found in aome quu- tera doubta were entertained aa to whether the destitution waa so eericua a. Wig '!eJ)rel!t-r.d, and he would try to show by eX!Mtø the newspapers, that the statement < which had been made ere oorr.Mt. Tbo speaker then read several from the repofta of Mnespondents and others, aud continuity, SMd It as evident thatfamiue was at band ¡¡brvagh. opttre treater part of Ireland, aud th,t in 80m", di?T.ct. ith?d already m?e it. appearauce. H? would ask them to Kneot upon *hi? th&t .he t?aBt? of Ir<?ndwere n? su?ty o' wh?t had bten 'aid to tho_r charge-th?y reapao'ed theic la dJorde, and wtn they had tby tr?&'cd hie? with the greatest dafaraaee. Attu i n waa fTfqu<Bt!y mace to certain peracM goinz <tbcT)t tb" "o?T.t'-y 2r.d excite people to diaoon tert. Er vc'.id 38& liahearera toplMetheza. If, wi:!] a. burniDgtova ofth(.ir ccHt-tfy, V7e:r,:} t) f<o brouh M.i Tu see 'ta ¡ cnnJd «Bd xoL -oKtctimca ?'i'"? '< ?-? '1????..?.? 'bRt: o'.herH'?p?t -?-?.'?? i:? ?3 sot thit.k. .ih?y e;-c'ul.'iL?! ;<;???. <m j rr I)ven ta.e di.solBs;ng the c.:Editioa of Ireland. The real qieation thero in T'.o'd vas to & extent, nd he iV..n aura ",¡t.h 1ht S;:U:tlC,8íY deart that alwaJ8 f hem us they woi d do the'.r beEh to alleviate it. In conclusion. ho prcpcp.d TLhat thia mee ing deairea to <}t6Ea the QOht heartfelt ooiumiaera'.ion and Bymptthy fur the people cf)relar,d, who a.r9 at th prfR6D[ K't.ment rednccd to extreme pjverty aai d 8 t1'e 8, Mr. ) Ewia WiniAMS "pconded the mot??n. He -'aid that Vi ._t)ver wigut be thtir opinion ft,b,)tl Üe which ws-a ococp'piGg sa rniijh a'teition in Jrehmd, there could be bnt ouo feeling oa the part of the people of Cardiff in teg&rd to that meeting—tht6 waa & feeling of hvmar.¡ty which ought to rai.ee thtir mo ivea and acts abf ve aU other feelicga at te present time. There could be no doubt deep toiaery and distress prevailed in Ireland, eapec.aLy ou the Western Coaat, and one of the preaaiag problJ,ma of the litre wap, how wad too diatrood in Ireland to be dealt with? He believed that aomo notion wculo havf to be taken by Government, and when Parliament assembled he exoeoted that the subject would receive full consideration. The best way to provide relief would bo t-, promote such induatriea aa would enable tha peasantry of Ireland to help themaalvea, and ho was pleaded to obaervo that several practi.l suggestions had already been In the meanwhile, however, something muat be don, and he waa !?lad those meetings were bein held; at the same time he thougit they shoun give some expression of opinion on the point to which he had referred. In con. elusion Mr. Williams intimated that Mr. John Cory, who had ben unable to attend, had sent a subscription of .620—(applause) —and that a friend whom ho had met whilst coming to tha meeting. Mr. J. Howell, had wished him to add .E5 5a en hi? beh&lf. (Applause.) He (Mr. Lewia Williams) would have great pleasure in subscri- bing a like amount, and he hoped they would all ccBtributo to the fund irrespective of creed or party. (Renewed applause.) The motion was carried new dis. Captain COPPER then moved "That the mer. chants, gentlemen, and tradesmen of Cardiff and the neighbourhood be invited to oontribate tow&rda relieving the diatresa in Ireland, and that the several banks in the town be requested to receive fubsoriptiona to bo placed to the credit of the feed He naid that they all ought to conio forward and to contribute to the rehef of thair own couiitryiBon—kith and kin, their fellow subjects of theQceeit, who were now anSering in Ho would be giad to subscribe .85 5 j. (Applause.) Counoiljor STONE seconded the motion. He said they had heard a great deal of the spirited foreign policy of the Government— The MAYOR No politiee. (Laughter ) CouEoitlor biONE continued that: he wag not going to fay a word either in favour ¡¡,¡),:n8t the Geve'Dmeat bey nd thia, tLitt ha wuaid advo- cato a home policy, a policy b=.sed on prmciplaa Much as they -ere i.ow enàaøvourin to Cgay out. la Ireland tbousanda of people were BuSsTing, and they ahould aM try to give them relief, and to keep tbow(.df—st<*rvtttion, from the door. There were a great many Conaorvattvaa present; but they were liberals nigh* and that meeting waa a branch of tha liberal association, (Laughter.) He would have much pleasure in adding his name to the list for £¿) 5a. The Rev. Father BicHARDSON supported the motion. He said had met to do something for poor Ireland, she was in distress, the tea: s were on her oheeka; she was sister, and as Christian men they wore trying to do their best to give her assistance. It was one of the beautiful characteristics of England that wherever there was want or distress her heart and money went to its alleviation; and he was proud to be amongat them. Mid to show hia approval of the effort they were now making. (Applause.) The resolution waa carried unanimously. Mr C. J. JACKSON remarked that a pennyworth of pity waa worth a pound of praiae, and those gentlemen who had come forward and had ao generously contributed to that great and good object wore deserving of every praise. He for one had given hia mite, but he would endeavour to do more, ho would raise hia aubaoription to j65 5a. (Applause). In conclusion, he proposed that the corporation of Cardiff be invited to co operate with the eorporationa of other towna in preaenting to Parliament, through the members of their several boroughs, a petition asking them tom*ko a grant of money, to bo devoted to the relief of the diatresa in Ireland. Mr Stone had referred to the spirited foreign policy of the Government; let them hope that the Government would show a spirited home policy, and adopt such measures aa would anord substantial aasiatanco to the people of Ireland in thia their time of need. The MAYOR: I think wo ahould aak the Govern- ment to do what they think right and proper when they meet. Mr. R. SrENCxR of the importation of Irish labour to Glamorganshire, and said that our sympathies towards those who wero now in disttesaa should be warm and sincere. Ho inti. mated that he would Eubsoribe.e¡ 5a b the fund. \Applalløe.) Mr. DuNCAN promised a anbacription of .65 5a, and Mr. W. GiBBS a subscription of ?6!. la. The Bev. C. J. THOMPSON moved that the mayor be requested to act aa treasurer, and the town- clerk be appointed secretary of the fund. Referring to a statement mace by the mayor, he maintained that religion hMt radically to do with their meeting, because they were exemplifying the golden precepc of the Holy Goapei—" Bear one another's burdens," and were thua fulniiiug the will of Chfiat. (Applause.) Alderman LEWie seconded the motion, which waa adopted with acclamation. After some discussion it waa resolved, on the motion of Mr. LEWIS WiLLiAMS. aeoonded by Mr. STEPHENSON, that the following be appointed a committee for oonaidering tha beat me&na of cistributing the fund :—Tho Mayor, the ex.Mayor. the Rev. C. J. Thompson, the Rev. Father Richardson, Mr. J. Cory, Mr. JonM Watson, Mr. E. R. Spencer, Mr. Copper, Mr. Le Bonlanger, Mr. Csliaghan, Mr. Tyior, Mr. W. E. G.bbs, Mr. G A. Stone, Mr. Carey, Mr. GrogD, Mr. Lewia Williama, and Mr. Stephenson. The MAYOR announced that the largest sub- scription he had received waa from Mr. Arthtir Guest, who had sent him a cheque for .621. He had alao received a cheque for ,£.j from Mr. B. Williama. The Rev. Father RICHARDSON announced that the preceeda of the entertainment given in St. Peter's Guildhall would be about ¡.£'¿.s; at the same time he wiahed to mention that Meaara. Daiiiel Owen and Co. had given them the whole of the printing free. Mr. GROGAN intimated that through the Iriah Relief Committee about JBHO had already boon sent to Ireland for distribution. (Applause ) He had received tettera promising the following additional acbaoriptiona :—Mr. J. Cory je20' Mr Mr. Plain, .£5; Mr. Flint, .£338; Mr. T. W. Jacobs, .61 la and Dr. WaUaco. jBl Is. In reaponae to the appeal made in the local preaa a number of truoka of coal had been contributed. The TowN CLERK then atated that the mayor had given a subscription 0' J622, and the total amount collated in the room waa J6189. Votea of thanka to the mayor for preeiding, and to the mayor and corporation for the uae of the Crown Court, oloaed the pro<)eedinga. MEETING OF THE UNEMPLOYED OF DUBLIN. A meeting of the unemployed labourers of Dublin, convened by circular, waa held on Thura. cay morning on Harold a uroas Green. About a thousand people were preaent. The black 1hg waa carried, and a loaf of bread upon a pole waa prominently displayed. A working man named Mooney took the chair and addressed the crowd. He said they had met to take counsel aa to the moat legal and judicioua method ot obtaining employment to keep themaolvea from atarvation ana the workhouse. They heard every day of large sums being aent to distant parta of the country to relieve distreaa there, but nothing had been done for the poor at home. C?J? ? ?*? ohMity, but if there waa charity, it should commence at home. (Cheers.) Te poor of J)ub, who were huddled together without food, nrmg, or even a bed to lie upou, had been too long neglected. They were wdling to work, and work tbeJ must ha.ve. (A, Voice- II Bread or work.") A labouring man named Murphy waa the next speaker. He aaid the labouring man wanted work from the opulent olaeaea of Ireland. They were not going to beg, but to aak for work. If auoh a atate ot poverty exiated m England aa in Ireland, what would be the consequence ? (A voice: Revolu- tion "—cheers.) AU Ireland waa in a atate of poverty, and the farmers could not get seed for thfir land. Be could not address a respectable but impoverished audience like that before him without mentioning the name of the noble Ducheaa of Marlborou<:h, who had the prayers and the bleaaing of the atarving working olaaae oi Ireland. (A cheer.) They wanted repro duotivo WOlke; they wanted the authoritioa to exert themselves on behalt of the well-intentioned but poor working olaaaea of the city. The Chairman (Mr. Mooney) again addressing the meeting, aaid they ahould act Srmly, but within the law. He called upon them to march with him through the atreeta of Dublin to ahow the people their condition. "Let them go to the Manaion Houae and represent their ciroumatanoeatotheLordMayor." (Cheera) The crowd then, forming into a prooeaaion, marched into Dublin with the. Mack nag at their head. The L<:rd Mayor appeared on the etepa of the Mansion House, and when the proceaaion arrived at the place and Mooney had repeated the statementa made at Harold's Croea, the Mayor, in reply, ex. pressed eympathy with their auCeringa. ) He ciplaiEed the objtcta of the varioue relief fuuda which had been started in Dublin, and showed they cculd not be availed of for relief in Dubnn. Be expressed a hope that the corporation would at once take np the sewage and paving worka in the city, thne giving a good deal of employment The crowd shortly aftetwarca quietly tXCITi.MENT AT CLAREMORRI3. The "Central Newa" Claremorria corre- spondent teJegr..phe that great exoi'.ement pro- Vttiled on Thursday morning, on account ef aa arn.ed fcrce oi 1"<* p:>1I.e haciug P'W3lJed t\arouh c'n tbfir way to to effect 'he of piocesBes. A ooLifion bptweMi tt.6 peopla ani tol'of ia fra'-cd. as it. waa at Knockrickard that the wounded on 6aturdttyiu thd ccm.ct with the poiice. THE CHARGE OF SHOOTING A L-N:LORD. Before a full bench < f mAttiatrateaa'.KiHyl?agh, County Do"n, Stunael Ha*i t a.ud J.<hn Ha?m, father her, wer wnh h-,v\j) 8<-ed at Mr. ThomM MHli*ia, Ii*odM .r, as hie residence U. on the 2nd of Ettdenco willa Vdlc:f bean íi "j ijbto the rccm in tbioh Mr. "d ..lWLJ,¿' Mr cross eumint)ti-JD bdT<i:tad thA* tewaa in the habic of !iem hia :ena.nta, :L.r. th*t he gos a gooao fro;]., the eicier prieostf i\Jer a leae. tie gt fQ huø (sod geese rpguJlfod¡ frow. hn ten\f¡t ..Üu the teitt. jhe Bewnta ware under to nw. The. polka to 6 JO.(d gun in the home of the ',no pi.cea&t paper apparomJy recently diaona.r;eed ?? ? ? ?? ??*'e'a ??n. This p?r co.TC??n.?i ?=?h a portMn of aDewsp??er?uad < r'H- ,e. uneot O-.u-role p<' "he J gun had been MoenUy digohargoa. Tha priaoaera were acquitted by the i.a.jorttyof thamagiatmtaa. tho dfcistoa '"<1, known thafe w:*s qnite 30 d';fi.cnahr.ttiou tha farmara in cc.urt. WHY CRIME fI RUNS RAMPANT." AddrpEhirg the gMnd j'jtry at (ocuniy RoeootLn.M.) QI¡.}rter Saeeiona on Monday, tho Ct,drman [aid that in two of thu ctaea t) dome btllvre htoi gocda were rescued fiOtn b,.ilÎJfa by ilhbIlêr3 brought into the lochty, a<td thjae èeu,tJn¡"tratioDs of force showed that thiaga wara Lot as they to be in tho (DU.ty. A BatBtd }itz"illion, who had tHo oonmry, <vtH charged with o"'B/ one of thu par'y who w..yl.d & farmer namtd Dvhelty, but ta.'jury return.d a ..erèict or nùt guilty. The the jury, .aid :—" Gentlemen, tht is youf verdtot. Yon Nttd two witneesoe swearing positively ag.¡,iuí!t the prisoner, and not a word was offered fjr the defence. No wonder crime runa rampant." THE TB'AL OF THE AGITATORS. Davict. Daty, Kt len, and Uranmn, have received notices from tho fhenff of Dubtm, commanding them to appear in the Court of Queen's Bench on the 16th, when it ia expected their trial will be tixod. THE DUCHESS OF MARLBOROUGR'S FUND. The Dncbpaa of Marlborough's fund for the rphef of the Irihh dietreaa amounts now to nearly JE17.COO, while the Dublin Cdthotio Diooeaan ool. lection haa reached nearly .63,000. The Land League haa, np to the present, received .£800 from Mr. Parneil. LETTER FROM THE ARCHBISHOP OF TUAM. Dr. M'Evitly, the Aaaiatant Archbishop of Tuam. writing on the condition of the people in the Weat of Ireland, aaya:—" From what I aee everywhere around me I am convinced that want ia before na. At present some are already in actual want, and in the oourae of a month and afterwards they wiU number thouaanda. Thia terrible mia. fortune which I fear will overtake us &oJ nut from any fault of the people. It ia ia a great meaaare owing to a visitation ofProvidecoe. No amount of eleemoaynary aid can uieet it pnblio worka alone will avail. By throwing Lhe burden and responsibi)ity of nnd) rtakit.g wolin on landlords, many of whom are uabb'Q to do anything, and cthera are nnwiDing.the Goyernmeat are handing ever our people to certain death." The compla.ne that the preservation of the people's lives ia neglected. The Sligo correepondent of th3 Pfoaa t'on" teiegrapha that on iuasday the Lord Lieutenant of the county of presided ovur a meeting of the local relief committee, inoonnec'ioa with the Matlborough Fund, when .6LUO wa.i received for distribution. Claim. of the most pree<cg nature, amounting to .C50J, were pro. Bented from Catholic and Proteattmt ctorgymea. OBe Protestant clergyman wrote that h-t kn9<v the peopte to be on the verge of 8tuvati,)n. The Boc*d of Wo..kil haa oommenoad building a pier, but cDly 25 men are employed. ATTACK ON A BAILIFF. A man named Waleh, of powerful who haa for some weeka paet acted in the capacity of a baiiiS chaperon in the West of Ireland, wa3 oa Monday eight severely beaten at 8a.ilinrobe. The police W'o Cttme to the rescue were also mal- treated, and it waa cot until 2J extra potioe and about the Eamp Bumbor of military had come upon the scene that Waleh WM reacued from the vio- lence of the tenantry. FRENCH OPINION ON MB. PARNELL 3 AGITATION. A correfpondent of the Daily at P ..ria writeB: —CommentiBg, in a long leading article, oa the atato of affaira in Ireland, the Nord temarka that the agitation got up by Mr. Parcel! may poaaibly prove a death blow to Iriah Nationaliam, in hcllowicg out an abyss between the two groups which Mr. laMo Butt had aomehow contrived to unite under one banner. IMPORTANT COUNTY COURT ACTIONS. The "Preaa Aaaooiation" correapondent tole- gTtpha that at the Philipatown. Km<a county, Quarter BeaeMna, on Wednoaday, Mr. Tyrrel, of Dublin, eued MYertJ tenanta for rent. It waa Btated that the tenanta peremptorily refuoed to pay the half-yeat'a rent due in May laat, and were accordingly aued for year'a rent, which iaoluded the gale" due m November laet. The county court judge, in vlng a decree for the amounta claimed, eaid the landlord had acted rightly, and, if neceaaary, all the power which the Britiah Empire could aSord would bo used to enforce them. The tenants offered a half-year a rent, which waa refuaed. The deoreea were given without any atay of execution, the judge expreaaing an opinion that they should be levied immediately with a view of Betting an example to the tenantry who aonght to aot itil law at denance. THE MARQUESS OF HEADFORT AND HIS TENANfRY. The Marqueaa ot Headfort's agent, Mr. O'CoBDcr, having gone over the farma of the Ardanagh portion of hia lordahip'a Meath estatea, haa reported that he found the rents to be too high. The Marqueaa having had a valuation madp, the renta have been nxed at a much lower fiure than formerly, the new renta to be nxed and permaJ]ent. TBE MANSION HOU3E FUND. On Wedneaaay the Lord Mayor'a Mansion House Fund amounted to £7.000, including a dcnatioD of .£100 from the Marqueea of SaMabary Another .E2.COO has been remitted to the borough committee, making .66,000 in all. DRAMATIC ENTER FA1NMENT AT CARDIFF. Vigorous efforts are being made at CardiS to aweh the local subscription Hat in aid of the euBerera in Ireland. On Wednesday night a very Buccetefut dramatic fnterbinment waa givenjby Lo Société DramatigMe De Bienfaisance, ac t. Petu's Guildball. Roach, towatda thia exoaUent cbject, the ocoaaion beipg recognised by a large audience, among whom were persons of varioae denominatious. The apaoi na haU, with ita admirabiy.oonatmott.d stage, bhowed to fuH adv in tage, and the three Crama.i.io representations pat on the boards by the aooiety above n*med much appreciated. We may mention that the public meeting in aid of the relief fund takea to-night ( fhu:sday), at the Town-halL THE SWANSEA CORPORATION AND TSE DISfKKSS. At the meeting of theSwanaea Town Council, on Wedneaday, the Mayor read a oommnnioatton jtrom the Lord Mayor of Dublin, atatmg that the distress in Ireland was very great, and aaktng the council to adt pt aome moana to alleviate it,. Alderman Ford aaid he hoped the appeal would be responded to, aa the poor population were atarving. The Mayor announotd hia intention of calling a public meeting to deal with the qneation on Tuesday. A subscription list waa opened iu the room, and j62i waa collected, including £5 from Mr. William Thomaa. MB. PARNELL'S MIS-STATEMENFS IN AMERICA. A correspondent of the l'imes at Dabhn aaya —Among many statements made by Mr. Far. nell in New York which have been read with enr. prieo at this aide of the English Channel, there ia one which it M felt should not bo left for a aingle day uncontradicted. It ia diapoaed of in the following letter :—" To the Editor of the Tunes- otr,— I take the following from an account of the Aew BermM of an interview between a re. porter of that journal and Mr. Parnell :— Reporter- You do not, then, endorse the state- ment of the Times of London that white relIef from America is Tory acceptable, all real and aubotantial assistance muat come from Eng- land ? Mr. PameU—No, that ia not so. i<'nnds for sunering iri&h have never been poputar in Eag. iandL Why, in 1847 the Queen of rlngh,nd w,.s the only sovereign in Europe who gave nothing out of her private purse to the stuving Irish. Ihe Czar of Russia gave and ao did the S til tan of Turkey, but Queen Victoria sent nothing.' On tnnung to the report of the Britiah Betief Aeao elation, formed in 1847 to meet extreme ditttreas in Ireland, I nnd there the aubscription liat headed by a donation from her Majesty the Q'1een of .62,000, a donation from hia Royal Highmeas the Prince Consort ot JE500, together with donations amounting to £3,000 from the other members of the Royal Family. It is, perhapa, not undeairable that the pubMo at home should be made aware ot what kind of atatements, or rather mia.statements, Mr. Parnell is disseminating in the United Sta.tes. —I remain, yours obediently, RANDOLPB J. CHntCRiLL.—Phoenix Park, Jan. 13." MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. The Limerick corrffpondent of the "Preaa Asao- C!atMn" telegraphs tht. starvation etafM mthe face nve hundred people in a. CtetriLOt Bog, in the Croom and the Limenok P«or.l<tw Uniona. The impoverished people wee ia a body to Uroom, and deo''M'ed they maat perteh unless inatant relief were given Sir David Roohe sent them four cartto<*da of bread, which only appeased immediate hunger. 1 he peat morass on which they live ia to be drained, the Government being about to grant a loan. The potatoes have all perished. The tenants on Clooney estate. CiMO, have been granted 20 per cent. redaction on rentals of jElO, and 10 per cent. on rentals exceeding thdt amount. At Cork large numbers of idle men'hang about the corporate omoea. On Monday the streets were patrolled by mounted police, and the magistrates met and urged more activity in repressing demoBatrationa. They paaaed a resolution deolM. ing the extra police were neoesaary, but urging the Government to place them on the Government establishment instead of charging the city with half their maintenano'}. A public meeting v<aa hold ia Claremorria on Monday, at which it vaa stated that unless imme. diate K lief be forthcoming many poor people will oie of hunger. A resolution was adopted that immdiate application be made to the Mansion Houfe and to the bishops of Ireland for fanda for the relief of the poor of the town. A public meeting w&a held on Monday, at the Town haU, Manchester, .4t which a resolution WM pMsed Mpreeeiag the regret felt by the ciMans of latchlerat the existing and <lnticipted diatresg iB tortione of Ireland, aud requeetia,: the tu 811*801 to the public for .lIbAlOrí.ption in aid o: toLe fit.tferrs. Mayor ot Birkenhead presided at a public mf.etllJ, b<-ld in that town onM.oJJday, for tha 1- tlr¡;e ot ooU"chnlof øutl$criptiùna to alleviate the ro?d" '???-??° ex?:utive committee was !he?u? ??? ? -? ? ?b.crioed at on??'? "?? ?' ?? '?t Cloamel G?l ?urd?????..? ? recent a??iM ? Pi?? ?" ? "? pri?nera.Gaor?.- MQ ftirte R?aa. were remanded Thev o'c.i?ij ia?s ?ou?g thedec.a.ed m.u 8?? ? ? The !?mere around BaiIiBlou? thasrana P;/?ty?o-?&?? ?.da re?dforth?tecSn ??' ??? t??rMp?pttr?ura. "??? o' '-se porpe. T?e "Preca Association "c?rean?ff?t -? Palia tel.gr.pb. th.t on T?dya??,? etrv?r bftLtia Henoetsoa m?de an .ttemutt? e?'?e pr'jce?eea for non.p?y?nt of teata?Ir ?ai?tati. A.a soon &'< he entered tt?e VtU?a ha wte ?et by a crowd '?f ovRr H),j womdu.whc pnMued M'n, shonUn?. grotnnag, and pqltia? htm with mud tiU they drove hitn of iocality. Hendereou wa?) not injured. 'lte (-orre"pt'ndeut of toe t .'(egrapha ''h&t: ai in> ha.d OB < the B!dn lill, who ccmmitted eaicido at a place neM Granard because he ha,a no meana of living. the reorder cf Dublin, in OPO;)!llg th" dty quur:<;r said that thare were cEty 50 Kturupd to- tril, w'ula there bent been l&O a.t t! He feared that Ho dietMsa, which though he waa (m iy paz fa.! in tha city, would have led ta an in that claBs of crimo u8<nlly ti.ttributnble to poverty, but was triad to 6<id it vas not 60. Many of theffrand jurors had shown aymps.tby fcr Eu.tTuers in a pubstantialway and tbe Met n<.n Hou'=e Fumine Fuad was a aurHnent t(, the public t'lat tho relief woui.d bd geLHûut! ard im¡Tt!}lJy dealt ont. At a ¡:nbJio mtCL'Bg called by the of Wiganon Tufecay, it wag resolved to ¡S.le an appchlfor aid for Ho victims of Iteiar.d. Subscriptiuna amounting to .£141) w:ro at OLlC premised. The Preaa. Association" correspondent te!o- graphs that several landlords in the county of Wexford have intimated that they will supply their tenants with seed potatoea and other aead neoeEsary. At the quarter sessions decrees, amountiBg in the aggregate to .E9.000, were made against the farmers, moat of whom were unable to meet the amount decreed and provide for thia year's tillage, and hence the generosity of the landlords ia timely. An iron police hut was on Tuesday erected on a farm in the cf a farmer Grencan, at Boilinderry, Westmoath. policemen are to occupy it. Grennan waa recently BBEaulted. In response to an appeal from the Mayor at the meetiBg of the Bolton Town Council on Wednaa- day morciBg, .S77 were subscribed ia the room towards the Irish Relief Fund. A meeting of the inhabitants has bean convened by the Mayor of Brighton, and a fund opened for the relief of the distress in Ireland. The Irish National Land League on Wednesday received .£100 for the Iriah Relief Fund from Midland, California. The Tullamore Board of Guardi&na have received notice from the Local Government that a loan to the landlords for repfoduoti;e works could rot be granted, aa it waa uot aho'vn that any exceptional oistresa existed in the dia. trict. At a meeting of tha North Dublin Union on Wecnescay, the following resolution waa Mried —"That tLia union bo added to the Itat of uniona in which public money can be p'-ooured under the Ia.to order of Government t.< the people, aid that application be made tu tin Chief Stcrbturyfor thia pnrpoeo At a public rncfurg: held a*; Silforil, on T;11tr!> day, the Mayor ia the chad' Mf. Chd.rl.,y, M t* eertt a cheque for .£10. and Mr. Arthur årwJl J 6prt.E5. Alpttcr frfrnthe nf boiough was read, &ud on the mjtioa cf Col )')al Wslkpr, M.P., a coinmittee waa formed to co operate with Manchester in raiemg money to rehevethe Irish dietreaa. At North Dublin Umon on Thuraday it waa reported that there are at present 3.433 iom",tes, bciBg an increase of 274 over those ia the houae at the eame period of last ya&r. Total number relieved for the week ending the lOLh of January was 4 279. At the mcpticg pf the DnMin Mansion Houae Belief Committee on Thursday, a telegram recpivpd from the Mayor of Sydney giving £2,000 to the fund.

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