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[Text: Edgar Allan Poe (?), Notices of The Rise and Fall of the Irish Nation and Mike Martin (A), from The Evening Mirror (New York), January 29, 1845, p. 2, col. 2.]

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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