Loyal Union Lays: the Ulster Elections. Great Conservative Triumphs

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We are loyal Union men without any qualifications or conditions, and are not afraid to declare that we are, Radicals. That is, we are for going to the root of the infamous rebellion which has distracted our land for more than two years, and are for destroying that as well as the rebellion.

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