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The way the Irish are Drought into the Shambles. The annexed article from the Reston (Mass.) Daily Courtier, gives an account of the mode in which the United States crimps try to sell freshmen to the Yankee recruiting officers. It ought to serve as a warning to any who may be tempted to emigrate by promises of employment and high wages: The Irish citizens of Charlestown and Boston have been greatly excited this week, in cause quence of the arrival in Charlestown of eighty six young Irishmen from the city of Dablin, under extraordinary circumstances. These young men, one hundred and two in all, left Liverpool on February 27, in a steamer for Portland, which reached that city on Wednesday morning, March 9. The men took an early breakfast and then landed. A few of them strayed away from their companions, but the remainder came on to Boston in the afternoon train in charge of the emigrant agent a Mr. Finney, under whose inducements and promises they left their homes. Upon