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to Ireland in their distress? [Hear, hear.] Was it the North or South who put the flags at half- mast on the death of Havelock? [Cheers.] And tell me, gentlemen, who received the son of your Queen with open arms, but the proud children of our Northern country? Boiling over with good will to England, we took the Prince and embraced him, because we loved this old land and its mighty associations. [Cheers.] We loved to mix our history and lose it even in yours. [Cheers.] We loved your Christian Queen, and showed all these things in the warm and honest reception we gave her son. [Loud cheers.] "All this was in the North; but when he crossed the border into the slave country, he hastened away quickly, for fear of repeated insult! Yes, gentlemen, it was in the Capital of the so-called Confederate States--Richmond — that the Prince of Wales feared the action of the mob, and saw for the first time that he was not welcome in the land where once his ancestors ruled. [Hear, and true.