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THE LATE ASSASSINATION IN IRELAND.

* [by cable]. London, May 7. No fresh particulars regarding the assassination of the Irish Secretary and Under-Secretary have transpired. Nothing is known beyond the fact that their bodies were found horribly stabbed to death in Phoenix Park, and that the crime was committed in the evening. Mr Parnell has issued a manifesto, in which he states that the name of Ireland will gbe sullied until the assassins have been arrested. A Cabinet Council was held to consider the situation. It is stated that the leaders of the Conservative party will support the Government if they proclaim martial law in Ireland. Both Houses of Parliament will adjourn tomorrow out of respect to the deceased. London, May 8. The Times , in a leading article today, on the subject of the assassination of .Lord Cavendish and Mr Burke, takes occasion to denounce the Irish policy of the Government in strong terms.

_ Melbourne, Yesterday. The Victorian Government has sent a telegram to Mr Gladstone, expressing the universal sympathy of the colony in regard to the assassination of the Irish Secretary and Under-Secretary.

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THE LATE ASSASSINATION IN IRELAND., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 631, 9 May 1882

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THE LATE ASSASSINATION IN IRELAND. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 631, 9 May 1882

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