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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 NEW POPE. .

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THE EASTERN QUESTION. |I

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THE CITY OF LONDON DIBECTOBY.—The present is the eighth annual issue of Messrs. Colling- ridge's Ci ty of Load pa Directory, and it exhibitssome new features which are "calculated to make it still mQre: useful ta IIlen of business. One of the new features is the introduction of a complete list of bank- ruptcies and liquidations by arrangement for the year 1877. An officially-corrected list of the members of Lloyd's is also now given for the first time. The enterprise of the publishers is further shown in recor- ding commercial and topographical changes to the latest possible date. The same carefulness in noting changes is shown in the large coloured map, which adds to the value of the work. POETRY AND POLITICS.—Mr. Tennyson will contribute to the March number of the Nineteenth Century a poem to be called" Sir Richard Grew- ville, a Ballad of the Fleet," Sir Gamet Wolseley, on England as a Military Power in 1864 and 1878 and by Mr. Gladstone on The Paths of Honour and of Shame." RIOTING IN LONDON-BREAKING MB. GLAD- STONIS WINDOWS.—A labourer named Holland was charged, at the Marylebone Police-court, London, with having thrown stones in Harley-street, on Sunday afternoon, and with having assaulted three policemen. The prisoner was one of those who, after the" war demonstration" in Hyde-park, went to Harley-street, shouted and groaned outside Mr. Gladstone's house, and broke some of the windows, thepeby doing damage to the extent of between £3 and £4. When taken into custody Holland was exceedingly violent, called upon the crowd to rescue him, and kicked the policemen who had him in charge. The magistrate ordered him to pay a fine of 40s. for the offence of breaking the windows, and £ 3 10s. the amount of damage, with the alternative of two months in the Heuse of Correction. For the assaults upon the constables he was sent to prison for three months. with hard labour. HQBOTXAN'S TEA, 40 years has been preferred. L HOBNIITAN's /TEA, supplied direct to the Public Hoasnua's Ts* sold only in Packets.

'''"JS PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.

A MODERN MIRACLE. I

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