"Guilty Or Not Guilty?": Speeches from the Dock; Or, Protests of Irish Patriotism. [The Manchester Tragedy and the Cruise of the Jackmell Packet.] "The Wearing of the Green;" Or, The Prosecuted Funeral Procession, &c
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