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o them for purposes and only a burden to them financially. It is the turn of the life. If Mr. Lincoln cannot fill Union Square, we may be sure . Archbishop Hughes's speech in Ireland is reviewed by the London Times in a very severe article. It says: The representative of a nation which disclaims so any interfercquainted with the implements of war, " the services of their sovereign has always been open, and has always been eagerly embraced by them. But what can Archbishop Hughes mean by his knowledge of the motives which have actuated Irishmen to take service under the Stars and Stripes? Why was such a sentiment applause to the echoy in fanfaronade which, it they mean anything at all, mean gross importance on the part of the streaker, and rank edition upon the part of his bearers. Were Archbishop Hughes the mouth piece of his own sentiments a one, we should have deemed him unworthy of notice; but he is here confessedly in a semi-official capacity, and in eit