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THE NEW IRIH LEAGUE

(PBR. PBEBS ABfIOCIAriOJT.) London, Jaly 14. In the course of an interview Davitt said that the National League would continue its operations and not be merged m the i'enants' League. The " Freeman's Journal " states that under the Tenauts* League one official will act for the whole party. Mr' O'Brien, speaking at Tipperary, declared the new League would commend itself to most honorable men m Ireland, In it would be united the strength of the whole of the Celtic race.

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THE NEW IRIH LEAGUE Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2174, 16 July 1889

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