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the Commissioners on board a British steamer was an "act worthy of the spirit, daring and dash of the Americans; it was one to make Irish hearts jump with joy." "The news, continues the same organ," has created wild excitement and enthusiasm in Dublin, and it will also awaken similar feelings and sensations throughout the whole country." If the English Government act offensively, then, we are told, will come "a great time for Ireland; then will the men who are gone with a vengeance prove vengeful men indeed; then will the Irish race in America rush to arms and bound into the battle." The Dublin Freeman announces that in a few days the "nation lists" will hold a meeting to express their opinion as to the course to be adopted in the present crisis of affairs between England and America. On the other hand, the London Times affects to decide this manifestation of Irish feeling, and says that it is nothing more than what always occurs when England gets into a difficulty. The same jo