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THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH.

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The Queen and Princess Beatrice, attended by the ladies and gentlemen of the Court, are expected to reside at Balmoral till November, returning in that month to Windsor Castle. Earl and Countess of Dufferin left London .on Tues- day for Paris, on their return to St. Petersburg. Mr. Morgan Lloyd, M.P., was married on Saturday, to Mrs. Lloyd Price, widow of the late Lloyd Price, of Akrmarlas Park, Carmarthenshire. A marriage is arranged to take place shortly between the Hon. Hamilton James Tollemache, fourth son of Lord Tollemache, and Miss Mabel Hanbury, daughter of Mr. Robert William Hanbury, M.P. for Middlesex. The Hon. H. J. Tollemache entered the 68th Light Infantry, and was stationed for a time in Ireland, from whence he proceeded to India. After service there for five years he came home, sold his commission, and studied for the bar. He was called to the bar last spring, and became attached to the Chancery division.

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