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LONDON CORRESPONDENCE.

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FOREIGN AND COLONIAL.

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THE SILVER BILL PASSED.

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KAY'S COMPOUND ESSENCE or LINSEED,for Colds & Coughs cures 9 oases out of 10. Sold everywhere. 9td., is. Hd. A DESPAIRING TAILOR.—A journeyman tailor named Smith was charged at the Bow-street Police- court, London, with having attempted to poison hisson, three years of age. Theprisoner, who was stated to be in a depressed condition, bordering on delirium, tremens declared when taken into custody that his wife wag in the hospital, that he had had a deal of trouble, and he thought it best to put his child out of this world of misery." He was remanded for a week, in order that it might be seen how the boy went on at the hospital. SHIPPING DISASTERS.—-The Dutoh schooner Elizabeth Olonsterbor, of Weiden, 200 tons, from Falmouth to Liverpool, with beans, Jacob Meller master, was wrecked off the Anglesea coast, near Rhosneiger, and the captain and five of the crew were drowned. The weather was very thick, and the wind was blowing freshly from WNW. The lights of the schooner were seen about three o'clock by Chief Boat- man WilliamB of the Coastguard, and rockets were fired to keep her off, one rocket which broke over her being the first intimation that the steersman, the only man saved, had of the danger. An hour later her lights were visible and she was on a rock about a quarter of a mile to the westward. As the rocket apparatus could not be used at the distance, the crew of the Mrs. Lingham life-boat at Rhosneiger were called out and the life- boat was despatched. Whila they were still some distance from the wrecked vessel she was seen to founder. One of the hands, named Deering, Waa rescued half dead from the rocks, where he had drifted on a piece "f timber, and he was the oply man saved The vessel is entirely broken up —The North German barque Swinemunde, bound from Pillau to Falmouth, with a cargo of wheat, has gone ashore at Thornev Station, near Selsey, Sussex, and is likely to become a total wreck. The crew of ten men were saved by the Selsey life-boat of the National Life-boat Institution.

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SCENE AT A POOR-LAW INQUIRY.

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. THE EASTERN QUESTION.

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LONDON MARKETS.

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