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ans labor for one moment under the impression that the successes or reverses of one or of the other ion of the combatants will awaken anything like partisan feeling in this country, they are most grievously mistaken" News of the defeat in Manchester. In the exchange some of Manchester, when the defeat of the Unionists became known, there was much excitement among these present, principally American captains and brokers. News of the battle in Ireland. [Dublin Correspondence of the Manchester, when the defeat of the Unionists became known, there was much excitement among these present, principally American captains and brokers. News of the battle in Ireland. [Dublin Correspondence of the London Herald] This battle occupies all the papers this morning, to the complete exclusion of every other tonic. It had been reported through town yesterday that Meagher, of the sword lost in the battle the life of which Queen Victoria made him a present, after having forfeited it by his treason in 48; but a telegraph received at New York, from his wife at Washington, "Meagher is safe," shows that the rumor was not well founded. An officer named Meagher was killed but not Thomas Francis o