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TERMINATION OF THE INSURRECTION.

BOHEMIA.

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IRELAND. THE IIlISH FELON."—On Saturday the first number of the Irish Felon was presented to an anxious public. The leading article bears the signature of Mr. John Martin, of Loughome, and is temperate in its tone. Mr. Devin Reilly addresses a letter" To the Englishman calling himself George William Frederick, Earl of Clarendon, Her Majesty's Chief Legal Murderer and Jury Packer-general of Ireland," which closely resembles the compositions of John Mitchel. Next week Lord Clarendon is informed that he shall receive some further practical instruction from, My Lord Assassin, your enemy to the death, THOMAS DGVIN REILLY." The Felon sneers down the grand" Irish League," laughs out- right at simple repeal, and will be content with nothing 11, short of a wholesale revolution and the establishment of an Irish republic. The Nation is highly peppered with allu- sions to the pike as the veritable queen of weapons; and the Tribune is scarcely a whit behind its more ancient teacher of the science of warfare. Mr. John O'Connell has addressed a ponderous missive to the People of Ireland," conveying his ultimatum with respect to the union of Repealers. The postscript contains the whole marrow of two mortal columns of the Freeman's Journal. Here it is "P.S. By way of postscript [ add, that I should perhaps not have used the word I retirement,' but rather that of I i-efit,al to join the new League.' I trust to labour still for Ireland as a Member of Parliament, and at home by writin(,, -ivliere I am precluded from speaking."

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