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States Minister, on the subject of alleged recruiting for the Yankee Government in Ireland Mr. A. denied positively any knowledge of any such enlistments, and discredited the that any person having any authority from the United States Government was engaged in any such enterprise. Earl Russell expressed himself satisfied, but subsequently ventured to draw Mr. A.'s mention again to the subject, upon a statement made to Government that within a fortnight 1,278 emigrants had sailed from Queenstown for New York, many of them young men — that 800 word booked for the next departure for the same place — that additional steamers had to be put on the line engaged in the business of conveying emigrants — and that the prospect of large bounties had been held out to young men throughout the country, the emigrants themselves admitting that they got $250 and $300 bounty: their friends is New York also receiving large commissions for inducing them to emigrate. The artful United States Mini<