Foreign News: Irish Pot-pourri

¶ The Free State Government claims to have cleared the Rebels out of County Donegal by the capture of seven Republicans. ¶ The Republicans cut off the water supply in Maryborough, Leinster, Queens County, by blowing up the reservoir.

¶ Miss Annie MacSwiney, sister of the late Terence MacSwiney, was released from Kilmainham Prison by the Free State authorities on the fifteenth day of her hunger strike. ¶ P. J. Rutledge, " Minister for Home Affairs " for De Valera, was captured by Free State troops, together with fifty of his followers. ¶ A mine was exploded...

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