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ACCIDENTS 1M THE HUNTING-FIELB.—Sir Walter Barttelot, M.P., had, says the Sporting GaMette, a bad fall while out with the Crawley and Horsham houds. The Duke of Norfolk has met with a bad accident while out hunting with Lord Leacons- fleld's hounds. His Grace's horse bolted with him, and, passing under a tree, one of the boughs struck the duke in the cheat, hurling him violently to the pround. He was badly abaken, but no bones were broken, and the duke hopes to be in the saddle again next week. Mr. W. M. Robinson will resign the Mastership of the Surrey Staghounds at the close I of the season, having held the office for nearly nine years. Mr. Walter Morris, of Olaridge, near East Grinstead, will succeed Mr. Bobinson. The Hon. Alan Pennington baa definitely decided to resign the Mastership of the Holderness at the end of the season. Mr. George Nichols, of Bristol, met with a serious accident while out with the Duke of Beaufort's. His horae fell, and rolled over 'him, kicking him aeverely in ita struggles. His injuries are not believed to be of an alarming character. Loss of FIVB LIVES.—The ahip Rokeby Hall (Captain Clark), from Iquique, bound to Queenstown for orders, was spoken off Crookhaven on 4tb Feb- ruary. The captain reported that on the 11th Novem- ber last in lat. 47 S., long. 84 W., Peter Conway, the' carpenter, fell overboard, and that a boat aent to the rescue, after being away one hour and a-half, had nearly got back safe to the ship when a waveawamped her. Another boat was sent out as quickly aa possible, and she returned after being about the same time from the ship, but found only thelife-jacketa supplied to those in the first boat, and with them the life-buoy which had been thrown to the carpenter. The names of the drowned were J. W. Spence, second mate; Peter Oonway, carpenter; Wilaon Paton, A.B.; Matthew Byan, A.B.; Benjamin Stevens* A.B.; and Wm. Philip Eddy, apprentice. PEOPLE who travel into cannibal conntriea are apt to be turned into Indian meal.

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THE KAFFIR WAR. I

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DISASTERS AT SEA.

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THE ROAD OF THE DEAD.

THE WARRINGTON POISONING CASE.

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MR. H. M. STANLEY AND HIS…

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