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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

A WONDERFUL BLIND CARRIER.

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MIRACULOUS ESCAPE OF AN INFANT.âOn Saturday an infant child of Mr. Ilall, Stanley-street, Warrington, fell out of the window of the nursery, a distance of three storeys from the ground. It alighted on a clothes' line suspended across the yard, which broke its fall, and beyond a couple of slight scratches, caused by the rope, the child was uninjured. A POOR creature has just died in Paris. He was the Turk of Paris, and had lived long enough in it to make the inhabitants all Mahommedans if lie had any proselytising powers, and they had been fond, of dresses in shawls and Turkish hats. He got his living like many a rat, mouse, and cockroachâthat is, out of the Imperial Library. Dumas used to employ him to copy, but he never learned to copy Dumas. HANSCflRrSTIAN ANDERSEN says: "I generally found the jovial Alexander Dumas in bed, even long after mid-day. Here he lay with paper, pen, and ink, and wrote his new drama. I found him thus one day- he nodded kindly to me, and said, I Sit down a minute, I have just now a visit from my muse, she will be going directly. He wrote on, spoke aloud, shouted a viva, sprang out of bed, and said, The third act is finished.' I SALE OF LORD CHANCELLOR'S LIVINGS.â Eleven more of the church livings .in the gift .of the Lord I Chancellor have been sold, under LordWestbury's Act â namely. Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, worth, .according to the "Clergy List," £ 1-20 a year; Melling, Lancashire, I worth XI 35 a year Minehead, Somerset, worth X- 200 a year; Wickliam-market, Suffolk, .worth X208 a. year Bowington, Warwickshire,worth, £ 116 a year Ludlow, Shropshire, worth X160 a year; .West Stoke, Sussex, worth, £ 230 a'vear and Cliillendeii,, Kent, worth £130. a year. These eight livings have .been sold for £ 11,950.. Three other livings have been sold for £ 11,7.00ânamely, Montgomery, worth X847 a year Weaseiiliain, worth about X400 a year and Kegidog, worth'j £ 300 a year. RAILWAY ACCIDENT. âAn accident occurred I on the Tynemouth branch of the North-Eastern Railway on Sunday night. A lifeboat was being conveyed by i goods train from Percy Main to Newcastle, and unfortu- nately the chains which held it became.loose. The bow of the boat slewed round, and as. this was not noticed by guard or driver, the train went on until it met a passen- sp ger train on the opposite set of rails. At that time both engines were at high speed, and the bow of the boat broke into some of the third-class carriages,, tore, away several lamp irons, and knocked splinters of wood, from the vehicles. The alarm amongst the passengers was much greater than the actual danger warranted, and the shouts and cries .were terrific. The train was pulled up at the first station, and it was then found that a woman and a little,girl had been seriously Y, injured. ¡

WESLEY AN MISSION TO OHINA.

A WILL CASE.

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ONLY A LARK.

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\ SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST A…

' COUNSEL'S FEES IN THE STATE…

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CONVICTION OF ~A GANG OF BURGLARS.

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