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bruary, speaking of the destitution existing in that city, says. "To understand the extreme distress and condition of the poor, down-stricken mechanic or householding class, it is necessary to go into the back lanes and alleys of the city, and into the dark and gloomy garrets, where scenes sufficient to awaken the coldest feelings of humanity may present themselves to the view. The question now is, can anything be done to relieve this pressing claim of our fellow-creature.? The Dublin Freeman's Journal reporting a visit to the homes of the working classes in the city, says: The prevailing sickness is the low fever that is always to be found in close attendance on extreme poverty. The sickness is terribly aggravated by the want of beds and covering; and, if we had any doubt as to the incapacity of the charitable societies to grapple with the present desolation, our experience of yesterday would have removed it. Local organizations, on an extensive scale, are peremptorily demande