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- PARLIAMENTARY JOTTINGS.

ON BOARD THE GREAT EASTERN.

GREAT BOAT-RACE AT NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE…

FENIAN PRISONERS.

THE GRAND NATIONAL BIFLE MEETING.

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Money Market.

The Corn Trade.

Meat and Poultry Markets.

Fruit and Vegetables.

London Produce Market.

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Marriage and Misery.-Mr. Henry Hollingsworth was summoned,. charsed him The SmpKiot eaid that the rfefondant tad fmmei.t'y m-u?ed her, and on the day m question, because some salmon was not cooked for the children s dmner-and +bat was the servant's neglect, and not hersâhe struck her on the back, pulled her hair, and said he would murder her. She did not wish to do him amy harm. All that she wanted was that he should keep the children, give money enough to make a home or pur- chase one himself for her, and allow her a trifle a week, say from .£1 10s. to .£2. He could do that if he pleased, and that would put an end to the unpleasant proceedings. The complainant admitted, in answer to Mr. Ricketts, on behalf of the defendant, that she had been charged at this court with drunkenness and assault, and had been sent to the House of Correction for seven days without the option of a fine. The pawnbroker's duplicates which he (Mr. Ricketts) held in his hand related to articles she bad pawned, but she could not say whether it was the drink or not. She was not quite sure whether she was drunk or not on the day in question. Two constables were oaHed, who proved that on the night in question the complainant was drunk and abusing her husband, whereupon Mr. D'Eynccurt dismissed the complaint, end said it ought sever to have come beLro l-im.