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THE CHARGE OF LIBELLING A…

DEATH OF THE RECTOR OF MERTHYR.

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RIOTING AT DUNGANNON.

SUICIDE OF A GIRL FROM OVER-PRESSURE

SHIPWRECKED WELSH SAILORS.

MURDER TRIAL IN HOLLAND.

THE LOSS OF THE" MAGNETA."

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THE LOSS OF THE" MAGNETA." Lloyd's agent at Ferrol, under date of April 21, reports that a few days previously a fishing boat of Mugardos brought into that port a life boat, so much damaged as to be worthless, bearing the name, as far as could be deciphered, "Magneta, London," which was found about twelve miles north of Cape Ortegal; also that the official pilot of Ferrol reported that various corpses had been washed up in the Bay of Cobas (formed by Cape Ortegal), but in such a state of decomposition as to impede iden- tification. The Magneta (s), belonging to the Eastern Exten- sion, Australasian, and China Telegraph Company, sailed from London for Singapore on the 8th March, and was to have called at Malta, but has not yet been reported to have reached the latter place. She had a large staff of telegraph officials on board.

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ITHE FLEET.

THE INSURRECTION AT PANAMA.

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