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The Daily Dispatch: March 17, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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gh (Tipperary) Gusrdian.] Early on Monday morning last a large flag, representing the national banner of America, was seen floating from the summit of the Old Castle of this town, which is at present undergoing alterations to make it a belfry for the contemplated Catholic cathedral of Nenagh. The disloyal and offensive emblem, which exhibited in large characters the Stars and Stripes of the American Republic, was promptly seized by the police, and is at prasent in custody of Sub-Inspector Reamsbottom. It is due to the Rev. Mr. Cleary, P. P., to state that the moment he heard of the occurrence he at once directed the removal of the flag, and it was by the man he sent to take it down that it was given into the hands of the authorities. The outrage has been strongly condemned by all the respectable Catholics of the town. It is the act of a clique, of whom it is perhaps making too much to notice the cowardly midnight deed at all; and we feel we would not be justified in devoti