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THREATENED RENEWED AGldATION IN IRELAND. Mr D easy, M.P., presiding at a meeting of the y I National League at Dublin, on Wedneslay, said that the recent quiet attitude of the Irish people was due t') the national reaction following the Ion,, L I period of excitement, but now they had rested they would become active again. England's hands were now full, and the Irish people should take every opportunity that offered t) strike a blow at her power, and to free themselves from her do- minion and control. In order to do this they must get rid of the English garrison—the landloris. The Land Commission would assist them in this, for the rents the court fixed it was impossible for the tenants to p:iy. There would be another strike against rent within a year.

A RARE CHURCH CATECHISM.

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