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IRISH AFFAIRS.

DEPUTATION TO MR GLAD-

STONE.

[PEE PRESS ASSOCIATION.]

•London, May 27.* The Hussars drew their sabres and charged crowds in Cashel and its vicinity. The police also used their batons vigorously. Many persons were seriously wounded, and amongst' those who came in for,,the attentions, of the police were Messrs Dillon and O'Brien,

London, May 28. Mr Gladstone, replying to the Irish deputation which waited on him at Ilawiirdcn, saidjthe threo persons killed sit Mitchcllstown were innocent victims, wantonly and ruthlessly murdered. An exhaustive enquiry into the circumstances had been refused by the Coa ernnient. He condemned England or allowing evictions to be carried out.

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IRISH AFFAIRS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2438, 30 May 1890

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IRISH AFFAIRS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2438, 30 May 1890

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