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BRECONSHIRE.

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LIVERPOOL ELECTION.

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A correspondent reminds us of a very just remark of a shrewd and experienced proprietor of a newspaper,â"I never can make the speeches long enough for the speakers, nor short enough for the public." RAILWAY BETWEEN CALAIS AND PARIS.âWe understand that Mr. Stephe»son> the celebrated en- gineer of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, is now at Paris, making arrangements for constructing the Railway between Calais and that capital.-IVe shall soon see the Liverpool merchant making his journey to Paris in 24 hours. POPULATION RETURNS.âAccording to A census lately taken, the 39 State," cf the Germanic Con- federation contain 30,281,578 inhabitants. The con- tingents of troops in 1818 amounted to 302,272 men, but in 1833 they were 362,815 men, making an increase of60,543 men.âAccording to the last census taken in Prussia, the population of that kingdom amounted to 13,099,805 inhabitants. During tbe year 1832 there were 481,950 births, and 421,114 deaths; thus there was an increase of 60,845 souls. THE FATAL DUEL AT EETER.On Friday morning, in the Crown Court, ia which Mr. Justice Patteson presided, Messrs. Milford, Holland, and Halstead were put to the bar, on an indictment charging them with the murder of Dr. Hennis in a duel, in which Sir John JefFcott and the deceased were the principals- The interest excited was so intense, that the Court-house was surrounded with a crowd eager for admission as early as six o clock. The court continued crowded to suffocation throughout the day, though many were compelled to retire, from the in- tolerable heat and pressure. After a trial, which lasted eight hours, in which all the facts and circum- stances of'the unfortunate event were fully stated, the jury, after a short consultation, acquitted all the prisoners. The verdict appeared to give perfect satisfaction âprobably the more so, as the prosecution was not carried on by the friends of Dr. Hennis.

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