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IRISH AFFAIRS.

MR O'BRIEN IN GAOli,

(PIW PftlSS ABBOOUTXOV.) London, Janatry SI. On retching Olonmel Gaol Mr W. O'Brien declined to remove bis ordiiary clothes and wear the prison dress. He was then forcibly stripped and shared. Father MoFadden, who was summoned under the Grimes Act and failed to appear at the Court has not yet been arrested. London, February 1. ■ Mr O'Brien made a desperate resist* ance to the removvl of his clothes, which were torn to threads m his 'straggles. Mr O'Brien became very exhausted and fainted, .; ! , Messrs Thomas Condon and John O'Connor, members for Tipperary East and South respectively, were sentenoed to four months' imprisonment each for offences against the Crimes Act.

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IRISH AFFAIRS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2053, 2 February 1889

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IRISH AFFAIRS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2053, 2 February 1889

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