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XAT*BTIC Piixa, for Neuralgia, F&oeaehe, Ac., 9}d., Is. ljd Postage Id. Sold by all Chemists. Kay Bros., Stockport M. JOHN LEMOINNK, coupling the death of the Pope and the fall of the Turkish Empire, says that these simultaneous events are the end of two theocracies, which shared the universe between them, and the definite consecration of the principle of the separation of powers, and of that secularisation which 18 the necessity, the law, and the constitution of the modern world." Tmi POOR SMITH CHARITY.—An appeal was heard in the Court of Appeal for a reconsideration of a decision of the Master of the Bolls respecting the distribution of a fund known as Smith's (Poor Kin) Charity," left under a will made by Henry Smith, a citizen and alderman of Lendon in 1627, and for ad- ministering which a fresh scheme is being settled. The property left has risen in v,Jue from X130 to £11.000 a year, with » further prospect of increase. The Master of the Rolls treated the bequest as a per- petual charge of X60 a year only to the poor kindred, and decided that the surplus was applicable to general charitable purposes. Tbeir lordships, the Lords Justices, decided that on the question of construc- tion the poor kindred were entitled to the whole in- come of the moiety of the property, and not merely S60 a year distributable among them under the order of the Master of the Bolls.

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