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THE STATE PRISONERS.

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THE STATE PRISONERS. Contrary to anticipation, nothing up to Saturday last L, transpirell with respect to the promised interview between Lord Clarendon and the parties engaged in getting up the memorial in behalf of the state prisoners. There are now upwards of 28,000 signatures appended to the petition, and it appears to be the wish of the managers to delay its presentation to an early day in the ensuing week, as they expect a vast addition to the names by Monday morning's country post. Among those who have recently signed are Lord Farnham and several Protestant clergymen in the north of Ireland.

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