THE IRISH TRIBUNE.
Mr. Law seconded the resolution, which was put from
the chair and carried uiiaiiimousl .
ie rent was announced to be eight pounds, ten shil.
lings, and one enii .
The meeting then separated.
, THE METROPOLITAN CLUBS.
WE are glad to learn that there are now upwards of
fur. ' ‘ ‘ ’ ’ ‘ 1 ‘ '
desire is being manifested on the part of Repcalcrs of
all shades to be admitted into their r.iiii.s.
CITIZENS’ CLU .
At a numerous fmeeting of this Club, on the 12th of
June, at their rooms, 38, Lower Abbey-street,
. Jena: Dr-2 Conner Yonm: in the Chair,
James ‘II ght (acting as ‘secretary in the absence,
nu-mmii illnn -- H r ‘ ' ,;,L
last nieetirig; after which an interesting lecture, on the
“ Waste Lands oflrelnnd," was delivered by a iueinber
of the clu .
It wiis proposed by Charles
Slevin, and passed unaniniou y
Resolved-“ That a vote of thanks be given to the
lecturer fer his able discourse on the Waste Lands."
Grace, seconded by I’.
hers of the clu . Some subscriptions were received,
after which it was intimated that a lecture will be deli-
vered on the " Tirarzn REi‘0LDI‘IDSs or I-‘ii.ts'cr:, by a
zsiember of the club, on Monday evening next, l9:h of
DOCTOR DOYLE CLUB.
.A numerously-attended meeting of this club assem.
bled at their rooms, D‘0lie -street, on Monday evening,
hlr. vnxr: in the chair.
An animated discussion tools place on the proposed
basis of union amongst Repcalcrs, which the club was
unanimously in favour of. '
Reports were received from sub-committees appointed
for the purpose of organizing seven new clubs within
the district originally embraced by the Doctor Doyle.
The reports were highly satisfactory. Several new
members having been enrolled, and subscriptions re.
ceived, the niccting adjourned to ‘hursdziy-evening.
MERCANTILE ASSISTANTS’ CLUB.
The usual weekly meeting of the club was held on
Tuesday, the 13th inst. vhi i was very numerously
attended; Mr. O'Reilly in the chair.
ing vice-presidents tool: place :..-Messrs. Butler, Cant-
well, O'I(eilly, and R. Abbott. Mr ‘
of motion for collectors to be appointed in the large
mercantile establishments for the Mitchel Fund.“
P I cxxscnr, Seer ary
THE CURRAN B
licld its weekly meeting on Tuesday evening last,
and enrolled a large number of ineinber This clu is
rooms are large,
niipplietl with newspapers. lately est
lislicd a Branch [Club on “Cuiistitution-liill," with a
, ... .
in tlliat l0C'.‘Ii'lt)".
THE WOLFE TONE CL
Met at their rooms, Iianovcr-strect-,
r. aim, V.I’., in the uliiiiv.
Several new members wcrelenrolled, nndzsubscriptions
received, after which the Chairman addressed the club
on the necessity of union amongst all re ealcrs.
ut, lHL,t,LilIg ien adjourned to Friday evening.
on Sunday last.
IIUGII O'DON LL CLUB.
The above club, L taolislied for the! south-eastern dis-
trict oi‘ the llicrrion Ward. incton Mon
their temporary rooms, N S '
i r. oiii:r.'rv, president, int r.
A number of nicinbcrs having been enrolled, and
subscriptions received, the subject of union and the
proposed basis was discussed, and unanimously ap-
proved of. -
The first general meeting of the club will be held in
ill‘cIl' new rooms, on Tuesday evening, the ‘.’0th instant,
. -. -u . .- I 1 .
..... Ll A
Aciuu under the above iiauie has been cstablislicd at
No. 7, Ivicklow-street. pr iniinnry meeting was
. TIIE COAL PORTERS.
This powerful body of men, ‘ ‘ '
the inveterate opponents of the Confcdcratioii, are get.
ting up a club on the Coal-quay. It is to be callcd"I‘iir-:
O'Coxxr:r.L Cnun, and they intend soliciting Mr.
Iiieaglicr to become the president.
In this ncighbourliooil a meeting I as ield on Fr’ ay
night, l(ithinst., to arrange the preliminary matters
for the foriiiatioii of a Repeal Club.-. . M. URKE,
Secretary, pro tcm.
- GARIEYOWEN CLUB.
the above n
A n Confederate club. bearing anie,
has been formed for the district of the St. I‘atriek's
Ward. The club held its first meeting on Tlnirsilay
‘ la‘ , , in... airxl. bcrs wcrc cnro led. After
evening y iiicni .
appointing olliccrs, they adjoiirued to Moiiday evening,
at the rooms of the St. 1’ati-icl:' Club, 1-l, Gaffe-street.
-Fiiaxcis Oxrorin, Chairinnii.
' I TIPI’EltiIRY.
in ivi um
tion of the limo Coniiacx Caun, has been furnished
to 4: by a. correspondent from Cashel of the king .-
June . IS-I8.
Felony hath had a sunny day among the “ Tall Tip.
pcnrry men;" the county thrilled “from Slieveniinion
to Balliudcary," and the voice of progress and defiance
“‘ ‘ ‘ ‘ ’ mer air from earth to heaven.
Thus it came to pass- -
".[‘wo meetings to form clubs had been advertised for
unday last; one at ’1‘hui-les, and one here.
. nwith Messrs. O’Gornian,
Doheny, and Cantwcll, as to the rules upon which the
club should be based. The preliminaries . A I: lie.
posed of, and the committee proceeded to the piatforin.
which was erected in the middle of the spacious street.
he chair was taken by one whose name is long fami-
liar to every Irish nationalist and who never yet was
absent from his post, I’atricl;'Fogarty, Esq., of Cabra
Castle, Patrick liernan, ICsq., moved the first resolu.
tion-he ore , with t power and fluency of
thought peculiar to him, the necessity of‘ coming to a
rational conclusion and solid determination respecting
.. u MIL
It was unanimously resolved that the name of the
Club should be altered, and that in future it should be
called the “Join: IUITCIIIZL" Club, in coniiiicniorzitian
The Club next proceeded to the election of oflieeri;
when the choice fell, without a dissenticut vuicc, upon
tie following gentlemen:-John lllnrtin, Loiighornc.
President; Jaiucs 1v‘c-rguson and Robert Ross ’1'odd,
Vice-presidents; John Treanor, jun., Treasurer. The
above, with two secretaries, and a committee of five
members, have been ap aimed to manage the affairs of
the Club for the ensuing three months. The Club-room
' died with
is amply sup
1 every necessary uccomodation,
plenty of newspapers, 6:1.-., 6.0.-Nucry
Ameeting was held, on Sunday last, of the United
Repcalcrs of this town. It was attended by lllcssrs.
’I‘lionias Victory. Edward Ilnllyvvoml, 1’. Savage, and
Edward C. Ferris. from the Davis Club, ii liii. The
meeting was cal d by public notice; but, owing to the
heavy rain which fell incessantly,‘ , nume-
rn y utt ii ed. The chair was taken by .
r. Aunrzxcr. Siionr.
Mr. Michael ’l'immins was requcsted to act as secre-
LII us it .u.-.. my HAL)’
plisli. He was followed b Ricliard 0‘Gorman, who
' .i...,tiy and cinphaticnlly announced the objects of the
Confcderation, the modes by which to attain them,
ic time beyond which that aitainnient could not be
postponed. When the next resolution was pro oscd,
Mr. Doheny followed, speaking openly and advisedly of
ie time and manner of overthrowing British rule in
The meeting had just broken up, when it was an-
nounced that Mr. llleaglier had arrived. Immediately
the people rushed ac an rc-erected the platform.
The greatest anxiety was manifested to hear the gifted
orator, and after a briefspacc he gratified the auditory.
lIis speech was “slinrt, sharp um] ilccisivc," greatl to
the confused and perplexed annoyance of the clumsy
The patriots of Thurlcs entertained the deputation at
dinner in the evening. I’. Iiernnn, Esq., in the chair.
A out six o'ciocl.t they set all‘ for Cashciaiiessrs.
0'Gorman, Meaglier, Dohcny, Cantirell, and O'I)onou-
ghue, aecomp nicd by Jerome J. Scully, Esq., and
As soon as it was heard that they had arrived, the
bands of the town, accompanied by the entire popu-
waited on them at Mr. Dohcny's residence, and
shortly after they ‘ ' '
, O .. u)
be held, could not be approached, and immediately the
resolution was formed of ndjourning the meeting to uni.
The speakers were l<indly‘aceornmodated by Mr.
J .‘.... .,,..ii-kc with the use of the balcony mu tin. splcn.
did shop, which he has recently construe , in front of
the'old castle of Cnshel. sup used to have been the
ancient citadel built by King John. ' '
ncss of the summer ni hi, '
heard that wonderful eloquence which has nlrea y en.
ti-auced the ritisli empire. The feelings ofthe pcoplc,
stirred as by the inspiration of heaven, were akin to
frenzy wieii ' was aiiuoiiiiccd tothem, in thrilling
tones, whose sincerity, none could ueslion, that the
harvest sun should shine on a free peop or on piles of‘
corpses; the fierce shout which rang through the still air
was terrible. Mr. French, It.M., Inspector Cox, and
the whole police stall‘, were present!
The scene was one not alone of magnificence, entliu.
Shim. mill 1l0l’0. but itwas espccinllyimportnnt for hilt.
open announcement that the be ‘inning of the end was
come, and the spirit of tumultuous joy in which it was
Since then there is no subsidence of the popular en-
tliusiasm, and the boldest ainl,best s ‘rits are actively
engaged in comple ‘in; "to organization of the Clubs,
which before one week will rcelton 500 members. 1’rc.
sidcnt, Michael Dolieny; the duties of the odlcc to
be, discharged in his absence by John Comnn, '1‘. C.
Vice-pres‘ cats: croiuc J. Scully, Elillllllld Power,
Francis 0’llyan, jun., Win. Power, I’. Ilcney, and
Thonias Lyttlcton. M.
The new organization is rapidly spreading. - Our ac.
counts assure us that in every locality the forniation of
. . - u - - 1‘ . .
1 clubs are in course of formation in this
patriotic town. The boatmen on the lower quay have
already formed one called the “ Mitchel Club,“ of
which I Ir. Nicliolas Kenny, merchant, is president. and
Mr. ’l‘honias Morrissy, secretary.-Tipperary Vimli‘.
x iNY. ,
, I UM. AUMA pail hes vl
thi city ; and the proceedings that have already taitui
place since the adoption 0 the report of ic cntra
Cumin’ tee of the United licpealers by a public meet-
in any dajs shall have
give promise that before ni
elapsed we will have an cllbctive organim
o t three hundred inembcrs oi‘ St.J'olin
y I ran
'I‘.C., wasappointcd prcsidentof the club,
n Sunday evening.
he St. Cauicc Club.-which promises to be one of
ast Tuesday even.
:1 most creditable rivalsliip
clubs to see which will “ turn out"
A very nuiiicrously attended and influential meeting
of the “Foster Coiifcilcrate Club" of this town, was
lichl on the evening of Monday, the 5th instant, in tho
Club-roonis, l5, Mall
club-that duty should be performed 1'1)’ “I059 be 53"
around him; his duty w
oecasion required, and to answer a
niiglit be asked relating to the woriti. g .. " the club.
Your object is o .‘ ‘ '.I.' between this island
and England. There are but two ways of doing so:.
either attend to the registries, return members to a
foreign parliament, and send petitions afte them; or.
as he would advise, neglcct those co-called duties, and
prepare to defend your homes as men-as Irishincn
ought to do-against all foreign interference in your
nativc country. In this course, avoid all sccrcey.as
you would avoid ruin. ot a wor raise
the prejudices of your Protestant neighbours; and,
above all things, forget the names of id and Young-
Ircland. Begin, from this day forth. to unite all re-
pcalers, and do not mind whether Mr. Smith O'Brien
and John O'Connell agree or not. When those gentle-
men fiiid the repcalera meeting in unity, and not in
discord, they will soon adjust the (llirL'l'CllC0$ between
iom mi ‘ ' ' '
union between the two sections
most warmly received.
. , ,.
lie then read the terms forum-
of repealers, which was-
ULI)’ ' took lace between Mr.
Patrick Victory, Mr. W. Dcvoy,
to the name the club should be called.
moved and resolved unaniuiously that it
Wolfe Tone Club.
Mr. Laurence Short was elected Treasurer, and the
following coniinittec was up ointed: Laurence Short.
Patrick Victory, J uhn Timiiiins, Gerald Turner, Patrick
Tiininius, ii'illi:nn llcroy, John Doyle, Willimu Doyle,
in Short, James lluglies, Thomas Brougliil, Nicholas
Short, Michael Tiniiniiis, secretary.
Mr. Ferris then delivered a lecture on the effects of
English connection: he dwelt on the movement in '82,
and pointed out the opportunity this country lost of
n. - ..- . 1 p u . . 0,. -
he called the
r ' nml an; ..-.I
his address by urging on them the necessity ofnrniing,
to defend their homes mid privileges, for coiistitiitiniial
..,,‘u..tion would have no effect until i were in a pos
(ion to demand those rights for which we had so long
contended legally in vain.
Clubs arc to be formed in Sallins nml Clane: and in
abuuta foriniglit ll large meeting will be held on the
grave of Wolfe Tune, in lioranstown.
THE IRISH I-‘F.LON'S CLUB, CORK.
Acluh, bearing the a ovc name, was established in
this city on Friday evening, the lotli instant. Mr. J.
J. Sh:inn.-in was elected president, and lilr. V. Mad-
den, vice-president. It numbers at the present moment
‘v y nicni c
CITIZENS’ CLUB, CORK.
A meeting of the members of this club was held on
Monday evening, the 4th inst., at the Club-room.
Castle-street, fortlie purpose oftakiiiginto oiisideratiou.
the propriety ofiiiviting Messrs. IV. S. O'Brien, Thos.
F. dlcziglicr, and Williniii Mitchel to a banquet in t '
'. At ies' it '
cit l‘ or son discussioii on the subject, the
secretary, Mr. arms, was directed to write to those‘
gei , rt:iin when it would be their conve-
nience to attend such a demonstration.
Dr. Coppinger is cstiiblisliing .1 club in Core, to be
called the Doctor Co]ipingei' Club, after the late bisho
0 that name. Mr. Barry is also getting it club in as-
UNITED IRISl'I)IAN'S CLUB, GALWAY.
On Friday evening a public meeting was held at the
llathcwitc Teiiipcrance Room, Giilway, for the purpose
of establishing xi Repeal Club in that town to embrace
all classes and so ions of citizens favourable to the
cause of independence. ccting was numerously
attended, p.u iieiilarly by the respectable and intelligent
tradesmen. ainongst whom the greatest possi o co-
tliitsiasni w:is niani e e: .
ll the motion ofA. R. Mullins. Esq., T.C., the chair
was talrcn by J. F. Blake, Esq. Proprietor of the Vi’:-
The following resolutions were ailopiui ..
“Resolved-.’I‘liat we hereby emistitute ourselves a.
Repeal Club, to be called tho Uxircn laisnu.ix's
“ Resolved-Tliat to effect the objects of this Club
we use every effort in our power to conciliatc mid coin-
inlc all classes of our fellow citizens, and ofevery sects‘
mi . -
“ llcsolvcd-.Thnt the recent acts of the government
have proved to mir conviction the necessity rn‘te-1
' of a
preparation to defend our homes and bbertics."-(4 I