Liverpool, May 1. — In Ireland, and especially in the capital, the disease appears to be making considerable progress. On Friday 112 new cases were announced in Dublin, and the deaths from the commencement of the disease amount to 226. The mischief is considerably increased by the absurd prejudices of the people, who resist the attempts made to remove infected persons to the hospitals, from an impression that their bodies are used for anatomical purposes. In Cork the disease is making frightful progress. On Thursday last 77 new cases were reported and 17 deaths, making the day on which it first broke out, 548 cases, and 160 deaths. The Cholera is also raging in Scotland. A few cases of the dreadful disease have also appeared at Havre.
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