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THE DISTRESS IN JAMAICA AMONGST…

BRUTAL MURDER IN STAFFORDSHIRE.

FALLING IN OF THE ROOF OF…

TWO YOUNG BEGINNERS IN CRIME.I

HOOTINGS FROM THE" OWL." ^j\

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HOOTINGS FROM THE" OWL." j Their Royal Highnesses the Princess Helena and ] Prince Christian will pass several days of their honey- moon at the Embassy at Paris. Lady Cowley will leave town shortly to maka the necessary arrange- ments for their reception. Earl Spencer has resigned his appointment as Groom of the Stole to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. We understand that Sir Sydney Colpoys Daores, K.C.B., Hear-Admiral George Seymour, C. B., Sir John D. Hay, and Sir Alexander Milne are likely to be Lorda of the Admiralty; Mr. Pakington, son of Sir John Pakington, Private Secretary to the First Lord. We hear with pleasure that the Hon. George Bar- rington has been appointed privata secretary to the Earl of Derby. Mr. Walpole, son of the Right Hon. Spencer Walpole, will probably be fcis father's private secre- tn.rv. Walpole, will probably be big father's private secre- f:¡.v. Mr. W. C. Scott will be principal secretary to^the Lord Chancellor, and the Hon Edward Thesiger gentleman of the chamber. â The office of Vice President of the Committee of Council on Education will be held by Mr. Adderley, M.P. The statement that Lord Wbarncliffe is to be Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs is incorrect. Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton is to be rtiged to the peerage under the title of Lord Lytton of Knebworth. Sir William Jolliffe will probably be also raised to the Peerage. The Dake of Marlborough will probably jOln the Government. Sir James Ferguson may probably become the bcotcn Lord of the Treasury. The Hon. Auberon Herbert, brother of Lord Carnar- von, has been appointed private secretary to Sir Stafford Northcote, President of the Board of Trade. Chief Justice Lsfroy, as we are informed, has ten- dered his resignation, an$will be suceeedod by J>â Whiteside. â

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MR. GLADSTONE AND THE WORKING…

A YOUNG LADY'S LARKS.

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THE JAMAICA COMMITTEE.

THE RAILWAY AND THE LONDON…

... IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. ..

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POLICY OF FRANOE IN THE WAR.