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7EE NEW STREET IN TH OlT?. On Wednesday the block of houses extending along the Poultry, from the western side of the Mansion- house, including Charlotte-row, Bucklersbury, and Sise- lane, was disposed of by auction, the removal of which will leave an uninterrupted space for the construction of the important thoroughfare forming a direct route from the Mansion-house to the Houses of Parliament. This hcality abounds in interesting recollections. In Buck- hrsbury Sir Thomas More lived, and here his daughter (Margaret Roper) was born. At No. 22 in the Poultry (Dilly's the bookseller) Boswell's Life of Johnson" was first published. No. 31 was the shop of Vernon and Hood, booksellers; Hood, of this firm, was the father of the facetious Tom Hood, and here Tom Hood was bom in 1793.

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THE POPE ON EUROPEAN POLITICS.

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WIFE ASSAULT.

FRANCE.

ROME.

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