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STATE or THE COUNTRY.—II would appear that there are some

ap- prehensions of " Swing " visits in Cheshire and Shropshire ; but they seem to be but the receding of the thunder that was lately sounding in our ears. In all the other parts of the country, the riots seem hastening to a close ; and the people are beginning to discover, that burning wheat stacks is not the best way to get cheap bread. MR. O'Coarosao.—The member for Waterford entered Dublin on Sunday, attended by a concourse of perhaps fifty thousand people. In the evening there was a partial illumination. Mr. O'Connell has already recommenced with great vigour the task of agitation on the subject of his darling repeal ; and seems determined to make amends for his insig- nificance in Palate Yard by his 'importance in 31errion Square. The question of the disunion will hardly bear discussion on Christmas Day.