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DavDailyGazette10231884p2 - and on. man ling, yes his Inquest at t) nlone...
and on. man ling, yes his Inquest at t) nlone with endeared ol horfleli whon hor way nnd hor. final her come to of Vine company boy nnd a tbo tried There was not a pulplt'in Chicago but what commented upon tUo occurrence on tho Sunday following nnd despite tin* ·vork of his onomies, who thirsted for his blood, such ng O'Donovan Jloasa and ither harpies like tho Hossus of Darenport, Darenport, whom tho di'scomlants of tbo Irish ruco will squelch; ho was acquitted. Now Mr. Editor I attondotl Sullivan's rial. His nnmo was proven to bo Alex- mJer U. Sullivan, by wltno»sos from ·vhero ho was bom in tho stuto of Now Hampshire. Ho is a descendant of General General Sullivan who was one of General Wellington's aides. Now about this name of Patrick. 1 think a iuau who calls him- s u l f u n Irishman, nnd drops the "Jerry" md signs hla middle name, needs no roc- oirnltlon from tho Irish In any country, because it Is not customary In Irehmd. ^Ir. Hosan shoulil not try to meddle with '.ho catholic rtillglon, not being ono him- ·iolf, but ho may make some of his dupes Delievohe Is. But tho eyes of the Irish Americans nre about opened to the fal- luclos which havo boon preached to thorn by such m**n iw rtoasa nnd bisconfroro?. About Mr. Sullivan's Detroit affair tho only thing anybody can say Is that If you call tho crime ho committed there arson, tben thousands of young men in this country would wish to commit tho same, that Is to take away tho most nccomp'Ish- ed yomitf hulv in tlwt city as his wife. Sow Mr. Editor ·! will not trespass much longer on your valuable tlino but m conclusion t would Hko to say '-hat thoro 1^ no consistency in tho letter written by KosS'i to dofnnie Sullivan ho does not como out Hko a man nnd say when and whoro h« committed these crimes. It Is iltko his dynamite policy, strike a man whon ho cannot return tho blow. A. H. Sullivan Is a man above reproach, reproach, which POIUO of tho bP3t citizens of Chicago can testify to. When will tho tlmo como when Irishmen will not de- fntno tho nnmo and character of their countrymen for mercenary purposes? Until then tho freedom of Ireland will not bo obtained. When such men as A. EC. bulllvim has courage enough to resign tho presidency of tho grandest society In America, to-day, sooner than drag It into tho mire of politics ho ought to bo shown respect by overy son of tho Emerald lale. Hoping I have not trespassed too much I remain yot a true son of Jirln. J. F. mitTUS; MAHKIAGES AND DEATHS. A. W A X IV A nt Ady tho M P He, will No, LOANM

Clipped from The Morning Democrat23 Oct 1884, ThuPage 3

The Morning Democrat (Davenport, Iowa)23 Oct 1884, ThuPage 3
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