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the throne of India only about two hundred and fifty years, when the Empire of the Great Mogul was broken to pieces by the agent of an English trading company--the Moors held a disputed empire in Spain not more than five hundred years. But for seven long and weary centuries — from the reign of the second Henry to the time of Victoria — from the lieutenancy of Salisbury (commonly called Longsword, not Strongbow as we said yesterday,) to that of the present occupant of the vice-regal palace in Dublin — through all the mighty changes, social and political, which England has undergone — her hand has been heavy upon Ireland. It mattered little who was on the throne — whether a Plantagenet or a Tudor, a York or a Lancaster, a Stuart or a Guelf. It mattered little whether the form of Government was a Monarchy or a Commonwealth, Ireland was still to suffer persecution under them all. The Plantagenet and the Tudors exterminated the ancient families, as far as they could — Cromwell slaugh
enmark, and he feared that England, if it broke out, could scarcely avoid taking part in it. He hoped, however, that we should use every effort to escape that necessity." The London Westminster Review contains an article on Mexico which caused it to be seized by the Ministry of the Interior in Paris. On the bookseller endeavoring to reclaim the numbers ordered by his subscribers, they were delivered to him minus the Mexican article. Canon Stanley had declined the Archbishopric of Dublin, and it had been tendered to Dean French, of Westminster. Richardson, Spence &Co. announce their intention of running a line of first-class screw steamers between Liverpool and Philadelphia shortly, to supply the place of the sailing ships that have been withdrawn. The crew of the American ship Webster broke into mutiny in the Mersey, and were all conveyed to prison before doing much damage. The rebel loan was at 63a65 in London on November 7th. Napoleon had issued lett