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adily to his next imposture. " This invincible credulity is as characteristic of Kentucky as of Ireland. We need not mention the incidents of this war which demonstrate the proposition. Nor are theexaggeration in predicting for the South, in the event of subjugation, the same fate as that of Ireland. We need not insist that the South will be reduced to the condition of Hungary or Poland. We he English, however, were pleased to accept thirty thousand head of cattle, sent as a gift from Ireland to the sufferers in the great fire!--and the first day of the sessions, after this act of munihich, in those days, all religious parties wielded against each other. It is only of late that Ireland has had a breathing spell, after centuries of oppression; but even now it is a favorite scheme ntially the same people, if we fail in making good our defence of our hearthstones and altars.--Ireland fell by her internal divisions. Let us avoid that rock, let us stand shoulder to shoulder, and