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A vast amount of absurdly is gabbled by the Federal press about the aid they would receive from Ireland, and a possible alliance with France, in the event of a war with Great Britain. There never wa labor as to benefit materially those whom they left behind. It is natural that the feeling of Ireland should be friendly to America, to which they owe unnumbered blessings, and especially to the Sold have proved more litter and relentless than any they ever encountered in their native land. Ireland has discovered that the highway to the independence and happiness of her people does not lie ino ameliorate by their aid and example the lot of their whole race. We imagine, therefore, that Ireland has the good sense to look for her "opportunity" in the pursuits of productive labor, and not iresses a desire for the independence and welfare of both. Confederacies, are the sentiments of Ireland generally, but certainly the position of Mr. O'Brien is a Southern and not a Northern position.