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he late mob in Dublin, an account of which appeared in our Wednesday's issue, was one of those eruptions which show that Ireland is not yet an extinct volcano, and that the hostility of her people to England is of the most radical and implacable cha Irish from the most of their shackles. To appreciate the enormity of England's injustice it must be mentioned that Ireland was as universally a Catholic as England a Protestant country, and we must try to imagine what our own feelings would beause the English Government understands this truth that it connives at the villainous efforts of Federal agents to drain Ireland of its fighting population. As long ago as 1827 the advocates of Catholic emancipation in England urged that the disaffll greater point at present, but Great Britain has her own modes of averting the danger. She seems bent on depopulating Ireland; on transferring her troublesome enemy to the Western Continent, and leaving no materials for insurrection at her own do