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THE FRENCH BANK-NOTE FORGERIES.…

CAROLINE GRAVIERE.

A LEECH BAROMETER.

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rHE CONVICT OUTBREAK AT IS…

THE THIRLMERE WATER SCHEME.

A RIVAL TO POET CLOSE.

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THE FENIAN PRISONERS.

THE SWITZERS AND SPRING.

CHEAPSIDE IN THE OLDEN TIME.

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THE PROPOSED AGRICULTURAL…

EMBALMING.

THE YANKEE PRIVATEER.

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RUNNING THE BLOCKADE AT CRETE.

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THE COST OF WAR. -

CHANGES IN THE MEDITERRANEAN…

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CANADA.

PENNY BANKS.

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ENGLAND AND SWEDEN.—Under reserve, Politische Corresponded of Vienna published a which had reached it frem Copenhagen, to the 6 AQ, that England has made communications to the vernment at Stockholm with the view ot indu^^ Sweden, in certain contingencies, to permit the tablishment of a British naval station and depo* the island of Faroe in the Baltic. THE TILTON-BEECHER SCANDAL.—Mrs. ton, according to a Central News telegram, øa-. public an affirmation of her adultery with the -BgJ, Henry Ward Beecher. Mrs. Tilton gives as reason for making this tardy confession comph*rji with her quickened conscience and a sense of whs* due to truth and justice. For some time past st^# r ments have been in circulation in Brooklyn to effect that Mr. Tilton had been making efform jI regain his influence over his wife, with a view, it affirmed by the friends of Mr. Beecher, of extra^T^ from her such a confession. It is further that Mrs. Tilton is at present in a weak phy* state, from continual grieving over her wrecked and that under these circumstances Tilton his influence and extorted a confession similar one which she made, and subsequently denied, years ago. Mr. Beecher, who was lecturing country, telegraphed to the New York Tribune' confront Mrs. Til ton's confession with an absolute denial." Mr. Beecher's friends 1 believe the confession, and attribute it to the influ of Theodore Tilton over a woman who is half J There have been rumours for some weeks of a f ciliation between husband and wife. ort, LEO XIII. AND THE SWISS -The correspondence between Leo xlIL TIO. the Swiss Confederation has been published. Pope, after announcing bis accession, the cessation of the friendly relations formerly subsisted between Switzerland a Holy See, and stigmatises the present of the Catholic Church as deplorable. The Pr^Vfrr of the Confederation, in a courteous reply, co»Sv^j» lates the Pope on his accession, and remarks jji Catholic religion, like all other forma of worship^, Switzerland, enjoys the fullest liberty, on the s0\LpeC* dition that the ecclesiastical authorities shall re|^t* the rights and prerogatives of the State and the aad franehiseaof individuals. Printed aad published by the proprietor, JOHN V? ROBERTS, at his General Printing Office, No yj v* lane, Cardigan, in the parish of Saint Mary County ot Cardigan,—Saturday April 27, 1878.