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LONDON CORRESPONDENCE.

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SOMETHING LIKE A FOSSIL.

THE EXPERIENCE OF A TICKET-OF-LEAYE…

MILITARY DIVORCE CASE.

THE GREAT FIRE AT BRUGES.

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ATTEMPT TO SjdOOT fHEfMASTER…

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THE KAFFIR WAR.,;; --,ARBIVAL…

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THE KAFFIR WAR. ARBIVAL OF THE BEINFOBCEMBNTS. News from Capetown, received at Maderia, states that the Union Company's steamer Nubian, which left Southampton on the 12th January, having been chartered by Government for the conveyance of the 90th Regiment of Light Infantry, arrived at town on the morning of the 4th February, after a passage of twenty-two and a half days. The same company's steamer Danube, which left Plymouth °n the 11th January direct for Algoa Bay, with a-portion of the same regiment, arrived at that pori on the morning of the 5th February, having made the pill sage in twenty-four and a half days. Sir Bartle Frere, the Governor. of Cape Colony, has dismissed the Molteno Cabinet. The Ministers, how- ever, retain office pending the appointment of their 8occessors. Mr. Spring is now engaged in forming a Ministry. The rupture is stated on good authority to have been caused by the Governor disputing thb legality ef the Ministerial action towards the native chief Gongabella. 1

THE NEW POPE. .

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THE EASTERN QUESTION. |I

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'''"JS PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.

A MODERN MIRACLE. I

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