BARRINGTON'S RISE AND FALL OF THE IRISH NATION. -- The Messrs. Sadler, 58 Gold st., have re-published, very handsomely, the celebrated and excellent work whose title we give above. To the friends of Repeal it will be a welcome offering, and to all parties it will be found to afford a variety of information in regard to Ireland, her claims, her wrongs, and her deprivations.
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"MIKE MARTIN, OR THE LAST OF THE HIGHWAYMEN," is the title of a very interesting nouvelette, by F. A. Durivage, just published, by Chas. H. Brainard & Co., of Boston, and for sale by all booksellers.
[These two items were both attributed to Poe by W. D. Hull (Both items are one or two-sentence items are attributed to Poe by Hull as, "There is nothing here [The Rise and Fall] on which to base a decision; the notice . . . may be Poe's. The same may be said of the one-sentence announcement [of Mike Martin]. . . ."]
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