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EARL RUSSELL ON EDUCATION.

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The Secretary of the Dublin Amnesty Associa- tion has written to the Home Secretary asking that a representative friend of the Fenian convicts should be permitted to offer evidence and put question at the forthcoming inquiry. SUPPOSED INFANTICIDE NEAR CROMFOBD.âA. 0. Brooks, Esq., held an inquest at the Greyhound 1m., Cromford, on Monday night, on the body of a fe- male child found in the river Derwent. It was sup- posed to have been dead over six weeks. It was wrapped in a quantity of cloth and paper, and a one was attached to it. Two men found the ijod? when following rats. The medical evidence shov ed that it had breathed and had been suffocated- ..1c open verchct was returned. M. Delorme, the author of a work of much me it on political philosophy, lately published at Paris under the title of Les Theoriciens au Pouvoir," is a mulatto of Haiti. He was once a u theorist in power himself, having for a short time held ofiic1. The smallpox rages with suoh intensity at Munich that the King has been obliged to abandon the an- nual celebration of the fete of the order of St. George. All the royal pages have been attacked by the malady, and the knights aspirant were in the eame plight. Mr. Charles Boner has died at Munich, in his 55th year. Mr. Boner was the author of several books; among them, "Chamois Hunting in the Mountains of Bavaria," and a well-known work on Transylvania. Several of his writings were tran- slated into German. The travels of the Rev. Alexander Williamson in North China, Manchuria, and Eastern Mongolia, will appear early in June in two volumes. As agent of the Scottish Bible Society, Mr. Williamson pene- trated to regions of which little or nothing has hitherto been known, visiting, among other places, Si-;iganfoo, the most famous of the old capitals of ( '"una, where he was shown the tablet said to have been erected by the XeitoriaDChurob in A.D. 781.

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