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THE WIG AN ACCIDENT.

THE LAKE ALBERT NYANZA.

PUBLIC MEN ON PUBLIC MATTERS.

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AMERICAN NEWS.

OUR FOREIGN POLICY IN SPAIN.

MR. LEATHAM ON THE LIBERAL…

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A new club, to be called tho Brighton Re- gency, is about to be opened at this favourite w4» fering-place. The site selected is in the King's-road, nearly opposite the West Pier. Some excitement prevails on the Bourse in Constan- tinople, in consequence of the alarming flaws f/ofii America and the non-arrival of despatches from Lon- don and Paris, the line from Vallona being intef* rupted. The Rev. Father Paolo Grassi, the incumbent of the basilica Santa Maria Maggiord, in Rome, on Sunday made a public recantation of his former faith. He was then baptised by the Rev. Janies Wall, Baptist minister. A telegram from St. Petersburg announces that the Duke of Edinburgh has been appointed Com- mander of the 2nd Battalion of Marines of the. RussiaA Black Sea Fleet. The battalion will bear the nMne of the His Royal Highneas.the Duke of Edinburgh's Second Black Sea Marines." The Secretary of the United States Navy hall received from Commander Belknap, of the United Stat«s'*teamer Tuscarora, specimens of the bottom of the Pacific Ocean, secured by him with the patent sounding apparatus. Some of these specimens wetw taken at a depth of 1,950 fathoms, or about 21 miles. Elias Neel and Philip Ahier, chairman and ex-manager of the Jersey Joint-Stock Bank, were placed at the bar of the Royal Court, Jersey, on Saturday, on charges of issuing false reports concern- ing the state of the said bank. Both of the accused pleaded not guilty, and they were committed for trial at the November assizes. "We learn with fgreat pleasure," saya the Paris rigaro, "that Sergeant Hoff, whose exploits we have narrated tOJl several occasions during the siege, haB been appointed guardian of the Venddmfc Column. This post of honour could not be entrusted to anyone more worthy, and we sincerely congratu- late the authorities on the selection they have made." Panama has been the scene of a tragical oc- currence, which has caused considerable political ex- citement. Colonel Uscategui, a nephew of the Pre- sident, refusing to allow the police to arrest him, was fired at by them,(and wounded. He then gave him- self up as a prisoner to a gentleman who begged the police not to fire again. They, however, took no no- tice of this request, but discharged their weapon! at Colonel Uscategui, who fell to the ground and died almost immediately. A bystander was also killed. A man named William Mansfield now lies in the Calthorpe Ward of the Royal Free Hospital in, it is believed, a dying state. He has for two years Salt supplied the cabmen at the Great Northern Railway with water for their horses, and he states that on Friday evening a rival in his business, nick- named The Gravedigger Jetruck him several tre- mendous blowllon the head and face with a large gra- nite stone because he declined to give up his employ* ment. "The British frigate Niobe has bombarded Omoa, Honduras, because British subjects had been impri- soned, the flag insulted, th« Consulate gutted, and British warehousea sacked. The authorities were obstinate. The Niobe being challenged, the bom- bardment wae a necessity. The prMonert were deli- vered, and compensation has been guaranteed, Tht honour of England ha* fcefc alaintalned, I

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