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The Daily Dispatch: April 13, 1864., [Electronic resource], The Prince Albert statue — Mob in Ireland. (search)
s, took refuge in the ante-room, where they remained for some time before they left the building. Meanwhile a fierce contest raged both on the platform and in the body of the room, and the cries and shouts of "No more of Goula," "No more raitors," could be heard in the ante-room, where the parties who had convened the meeting were obliged to betake themselves for safety. Mr. A. M. Sullivan very soon afterward got away in company with some clergymen. The other gentlemen, including Mr. John Martin, of Loughlin; Mr. Gill, Mr. Crotty, the chairman; Aldermen Tarpley and Plunkett, Mr. Lombard, J P, etc, did not again venture on the platform, which soon became crammed with persons who stormed it after the promoters of the meeting had fled, and indulged in much disorder and violence, extending even to the breaking of several of the seats. For a considerable time the round room of the rotunda was the scene of a carnival of uproar and disorder, the like of which, it is no exaggerati