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.oII!jiii4o: :C:r- iMiniii | 4- The news of the reimbursement of the Cuffe-street Savings Bank depositors has been received. The Tipperary Vindicator gives the following statement: Oil Friday last the romantic locality of Cullohill, licir Borrisoleigh, was the theatre of a most painful scene. This property has lately come into the possession of Mr. John Parker, of Ballycolliton, near Nenagh, and wishing to get rid of small holdings and amalgamate farms, he issued an habere; and to carry out his intention was on this day ac- companied by his brother, and his law agent, Mr. Daxon, of Nenagh. At half-past eight o'clock they appeared on the land with a gang of about 20 of the notorious levellers of Nenagh. About nine o'clock the worthy sub-inspector, Mr. ,v Maloue, with about 40 of his police from the different stations, was on the spot, and shortly afterwards the sub- sheriff, Mr. Going, on his way to open the commission in Nenagh, with deputy Mr. Gason, and his chief clerk, Mr. Burrows, also arrived. Mr. Daxon, the law agent, with Mr. Burrows, the chief clerk, and the crowbar brigade,' with half the police, filed to the southern district of the ancient castle and levelled 14 houses, and turned the poor inmates out upon the highways. The Messrs. Parker, with Mr. Gason, and a party of police under the command of the sub-inspector, took the northern district, directing their route towards a rick of turf, in hopes of discovering a nest of arms, but without success, and, melancholy to behold, in a few hours 470 human beings were dispossessed from the townlands of Collohil, Carragrcen, Curraghkaal, Glanarisk, and the bog of Monkenan. Out of the above 470-229 were re-admitted as care-takers; the remaining 241 were left without shelter. The Clare Journal of Friday last states that at a similar eviction scene, which took place at Miltown-Malbay, on the same day (Friday), 50 families were dispossessed, 28 houses were levelled, and 160 individuals thrown out on the high road.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE PRINCIPALITY.

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