The Last Conquest of Ireland (Perhaps)

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found upon their oath verdicts of "Wilful murder against John Russell, commonly called Lord John Russell."

Let no American ever believe, therefore, for the future, (what the English Press has diligently inculcated), that our people, when smitten by famine, fell a-begging from England, or from America either; or wonder when he meets with Irishmen ungrateful for the "relief measures:"—and, above all, if Ireland should again starve, (as she is most likely to do), and should still be under British dominion—let America never, never send her a bushel of corn or a dollar of money. Neither bushel nor dollar will ever reach her. ...continue reading »

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The Last Conquest of Ireland (Perhaps)

by John Mitchel


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