[By Special Telegram.]
(From our Reporter.)
Manchester, Monday Morning. – Yesterday afternoon there was a great Fenian demonstration in honour of the “Irish martyrs” – Allen, Larkin, and Gould. It rained heavily, but, notwithstanding, four or five thousand spectators. The procession halted opposite the site of the gallows, and gave several cheers for Allen, Larkin, Gould, and Ireland. The processionists wore green favours. The band played the Dead March and Adeste Fideles. At the close of the proceedings the processionists quietly dispersed.
Cork Constitution, December 2, 1867