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IRISH AFFAIRS.

[per press association [

London, April 22. Sir J. McKenna, Vice-President of the National League has resigned, stating that the League no longer exists, and that the American members will not submit to the leadership of assassins.

The American League has written to Mr Dillon requesting him to induce Mr Parnell to consent to a Convention being summoned, otherwise it is feared the movement will decay. , ;

The report that Mr "W. O'Brien was going to marry a Parisian heiress is contradicted.

Mr A. Bright supported the Government on the Land Purchase Bill. He mentioned that his father had latterly been a firm believer in Lord Ashbourne's Act.

The Liberals are reported to dislike Mr Parnell's proposals, and several intend to vote for the Government. '

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IRISH AFFAIRS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2409, 24 April 1890

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IRISH AFFAIRS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2409, 24 April 1890

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