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Ireland and the War.

--Wm. Smith O'Brien, John Martin, and other prominent Irish patriots of the revolution of '48, have written strong and able letters on the American war, avowing themselves in favor of the South, and taking issue with Brig. Gen. Thomas Francis Meagher, of the Yankee army, as to the right of coercion.

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