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FATAL COLLIERY EXPLOSION.

SUPPOSED ATTEMPT TO BLOW UP…

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A FATAL BOILER EXPLOSION.

CUTTINGS FROM AMERICAN PAPERS.

A BREACH OF PROMISE CASE.

BRADLAUGH MEETING IN HYDE-PARK.

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BRADLAUGH MEETING IN HYDE- PARK. On Sunday afternoon a demonstration by the mem- bers of the whole of the Radical Working Men's Clubs of London, the London Trades < Council, and other trade organizations took place in Hyde-park in support of the Constitutional right of North- ampton to its full representation in the House of Commons, and to protest against the continued illegal ex elusion of Mr. C. Bradlaugh, M.P., from the seat in that House to which he has been thrice duly elected." There were, it has been estimated, not less than 60,000 persona present. Some of the clubs marched in procession to the park with their bands and banners. Mr. Bradlaugh, who was enthusiatically cheered, in the course of his address, said he meant to fight the question of constitutional right involved in his exclusion until he won it. Those whose sympathy and support he should have when he went to the table of the Houseâas go he shouldâ(cheers)âand who would record their protest against the illegal and un- constitutional action of the House, which was subver- sive of their rights as well tf, of those of Northampton- he invited to signify their intentions by holding up their hands. Nearly every hand was held up in the vast gathering, which then quietly dispersed amid cheers for Bradlaugh.

THE LABOUR MARKET.

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