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The Daily Dispatch: May 7, 1864., [Electronic resource], Changes in command of the naval forces in James river. (search)
enough to say that the inauguration address was delivered by John Wentworth, of infamous notoriety, to satisfy all that Ireland has little to hope from this Chicago demonstration. Lt. Governor Hoffman, of Illinois, also figured largely. The speecn the United States, you "want to enjoy in Ireland." It may be asked whether Wentworth meant any allusion to the South. Ireland has already all he proposes to permit us to enjoy. We need not be surprised, however, at his mode of dispensing justiceafter the rebellion had been put down, every soldier in the Army of the Cumberland was pledged to assist them in freeing Ireland. Daniel O'Connell had tried for fifty years to get justice to Ireland. But the only way to get justice from England waIreland. But the only way to get justice from England was by the weapon the Fenlan carried on his shoulder — the sharp crack of the rifle and the still sharper bayonet [cheers]. As to the statue to Prince Albert, if they erected it in Dublin, when they went over one short from a 6 pounder would send it i