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FOREIGN AND COLONIAL. F

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THE SCHOOL GOARD AND THE !…

REQUIEM MASS FOR KING VICTOR…

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FUNERAL OF GEORGE CRUIKSHANK.…

THE IRISH EDUCATION QUESTION.

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THE EASTERN QUESTION. :

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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. The conditions of the armistice virtually place Con- stantinople at the mercy of the Russians. The Turks are compelled to retire twelve miles from the defence lines of the capital to a line extending from Tcherk- medje on the Marmara to Akbounar on the Euxine. The Russians have advanced in force on the line drawn through. Tchataldja to the Euxine and the Marmara. In the "Greek Cfeamher-the "Prime Minister ex- plained that the army -had been "Withdrawn from the Turkish provinces in consequence of the representa- tions of the Powers, that if Greece continued to act alone after the eignatare of the armistice she would forfeit their protection. The House, after hearing the Minister, passed to the order of the day. The Mahomedans and Beys in Bosnia, being in re- duced circumstances and anxious for peace, are en- deavouring to cultivate friendly relations with the rayahs and holding out promise of assistance to the refugees, if they should return to their country. The Bosna reports an engagement between the Turkish troops and the insurgents, in which, after three hours' fighting, the former with great difficulty succeeded in forcing the latter to retreat. The same newspaper appeals to Bosnian patriotism and courage to spare no sacrifices in defence of the rights of the country.

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PA ULIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.

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