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At Nash’s Bar on Dorchester Avenue, Tony Treacy left a flier to tell others the deadline to file an abuse compensation claim is Dec. 15.

Legal deadline in Ireland spurs outreach to abused

By Kevin Cullen
Globe Staff / October 17, 2005

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They're fanning out to pubs and social clubs, anywhere the Irish gather in Boston. They're spreading the word about an effort to provide compensation for children who were abused at Catholic orphanages and reform schools back in Ireland -- children who may later have moved to America and settled in Boston. (Full article: 933 words)

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