The million-peopled city
The Irish of London, as divided into Connaught and Munster Men.
The same bitter feeling exists among the Grecians them- selves, if they come from different provinces in . The great mass of Irish in London are from , and especially from the large counties of and , the most populous parts of . But there are probably a fourth of Irish immigrants who come from the . These two almost invariably form separate colonies in the great metropolis, with but very little inter- mixture. is the chief Connaught colony. The old contentions between the different petty kingdoms of are not yet wholly calmed, and the bringing together of Irish from different provinces into one city does not exhibit them to advantage.