IN HONOUR OF IMPRISONMENT.
A NATIONALIST PRESENTATION. LONDON, April 13. The constituents of Mr J. P. Farrell (Nationalist member for North Longford) have presented him with a purse of 600 sovereigns, "in Tionour of his imprisonment for incitement in connection with the cattle-driving raids." Mr. Farrell, editor of the "Longford Leader," was found guilty of publishing boycotting and intimidating notices emanating from the United Irish League. He refused to find sureties for good behaviour, and was sentenced to six months' imprisonment without hard labour. He previously served two months for an inflammatory speech delivered in 1889. S
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