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IRELAND’S TROUBLE.

Critical State of Affairs,

Sympathy in America,

More Troops for the Quid Dart.

[By Cable.]

London, Dec. 14.

It has transpired that, at, a Cabinet Council held yesterday, it was decided by Ministers that, unless the state of Ireland has decidedly improved by the time Parliament rc-assemblcs on the 6th proximo, a Bill will be immediately introduced to suspend the Habeas.. Corpus Act. It was, moreover, decided, under such circumstances, to also propose measures for remedying the grievances of the Irish people. In consequence of the increasing necessity for further reinforcements in the disturbed,districts of Ireland, two more regiments have been ordered across the Channel, and will be despatched without delay. Washington, Dec. 14.,

Both Houses of the United States Congress have passed resolutions expressing sympathy with' the Irish tenants in their efforts to obtain redress of their grievances.

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IRELAND’S TROUBLE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 217, 15 December 1880

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IRELAND’S TROUBLE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 217, 15 December 1880

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