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ALL OVER A PENNY STAMP.

; ATTACK UPON AN OFFICER.

---DEATH OF LADY MARGARET…

NEW COUNTY COURT JUDGE.

ONLY BACHELORS ELIGIBLE.

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ONLY BACHELORS ELIGIBLE. The Rev. G. A. Cooke, who has been appointed chaplain to the Duke of Buccleuch, vacates the living of Beaconsfield, Ducks, on December 14. The living is in the gift of Magdalen College, Oxford, and no one but a bachelor can be appointed. Singular to say, Mr. Cooke is the first rector of Beaconsfield who has resigned the appointment during the past 200 years; his predecessors (numbering 11 since 1700) having died during their incumbency. They are nearly all, if not quite, buried at Beaconsfield.

MARRIAGE RATE RECORD.

,ABOUT RUSSIAN TEA.

PENSIONS TO OFFICERS.j

ELIZABETH'S LONDON.

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-----A FAVOURITE FIELD FOR…

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j CHINESE TEA1TS.

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orn Lot DON CORRESPONDENT.

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NEWS NOTES. . \ - .-1

THE BOLINGBROKE HEIR. j

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i SIR M. HICKS BEACH ON COMMERCE.

MAX O'RELL'S MISADVENTURE.

FROM PRISON TO "THE FRONT."I

AMERICA'S MINERAL WEALTH.

THE LADY DOCTOR VOLUNTEER.

EXPLORATIONS IN CENTRAL ASIA.¡

THE IltON RATION. 'I

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GENERAL YULE'S MOTHER.

PRESIDENT LOUBKT'S MEDAL.

A' MOTHER OF SOLDIERS.

A GIANT WAR CORRESPONDENT.

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PIGEON MESSENGERS IN WAR TIME.

AUTUMN BIRDS.

A PRISON BREAKER'S REWARD.

A NEW CLERK OF THE WEATHER.

THE WAYS OF JOHN CHINAMAN

"PECULIAR PEOPLE" IN INDIANA.

THE REMAINS OF A FAMOUS PIRATE.

!NEW METHOD OF EXECUTION.

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COLLECTING DOGS.

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