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the great mass of the Irish people are disloyal; but there is no way in which such disloyalty can find effective action. Gulliver bound was not more powerless. Ireland is bound, disarmed, and paralyzed. America is too far off to give her any aid. Ten thousand men safely landed on her shores, with an hundred thousand stand of arse a formidable rebellion, but the end would be all the same. --Suppose the country conquered, and held for three months, it would yet be surrounded and reduced. Ireland has nothing to hope from America — too distant, and with too small a naval force. And all this time, you observe, it is America must aid Ireland, for Ireland canIreland, for Ireland cannot help America. There is but one Power in the world that can give independence to Ireland, and that is France, and it is convenient for France, just now, to act with England. No, America has no hope beyond herself. Even Russia, her most likely and reliable ally, deerts her in this juncture. The Czar advises her to make pe