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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

REWARDS FOR SAVING LIFE.

"FIRING" HORSES.

THROWING STONES AT RAILWAY…

MACHINERY AND FOREIGN¡. COMPETITION.

SIR SALAR JUNG,-

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In addition to the above, The Times also publishes the folio wing le»ter distinguUhed ruler of Sir,-Now that Sir Sa.ax & expected |0 arriva ,n Eng. Hyiitirahad, Deco yourgivins; me a brief space land, I *haU be particulars to tho.e iu yoiir c"ml,;s.' nf to day which shed addition^ lustre stated in The 'I ot to day, wi & a{atesman and a on the nameoionjdisUiigu o( the King of J list at the tirao when the 0n his death-bed Highness the Nixam of intrusted the chief he deeireii S^ar Jung, to «horn was m U to him, authority in the Nizam s domiui n Britith Gov^rn- and his dving counsel to him wa« tha ghould mout had always been *o friendly to hlmatlf, his son continue faithful to the EngUsh. By tho w se rnllcy of Colonel Davidson, ^ie !ltte'r his son wag placed on the Mumud as soon as P?f35"e ntwr n ■ father's deaih, and the Resident invited ad commardinf? ofScr-rs of the British force a> viz to the Nizam's palace in the city, to he present attne curemocy.. On Colonel Davidson's return to the Residency, after the installatiai, he found a telegram from Lord Canning Inform- in«r him that Delhi had tallen into the hands o? the n.uii- neera upon which he sent for Salar Jung and communicated the intelligence to him. Salar Jung replied, "lilts was known in the city three days ago." Here then, was an undoubted proof of the lojaity ol tne GoYenuaeni, for, had there been any disposition to upset the British rule In favour of the Mahomedan Power, there could not have been a more fitting opportunity for doles: so than when all the English officers were' the Nizam's Palace surrounded by his armed retainers and entirely in their power. Later on when the spirit of disaffection wa* at Its height and had reached the city of Hyderabad the wisdom and determination of Sdar Jang were emmentVj' ^Jjhs ordering ail the Arabs who weie the Pr^"c^a^6 ^o the prietors in the Hyderabad territory to repair at once to.the citv, and by placing larCe bodies of there men at esch of the principal gates, with l*F' t any e »ho attempted to incite the people to rise aoahut the English. These enereetic measures saved South India, for hiid tie peop'c of Hyderabad risen against us, the lation of M-dras would, it was well known at the Pre^U.e-cy, have followed their example and It Js 'nld he In- tingu'shed man that tha people of England should be n formed how entirely the stability of British rul India was owing to the wise and energetic measures adopce at tbis crisis by Sir Salar Jung. Having held the chief military command In his Highness the N zitn's dominions for some years, ar,d having oeen co gequeutiy brought into consent communication with tne Resident during that momentous peri d, I feel a real plea sure in giving a publicity to ths facts above staged, being assured that Sir S,dar Janjj will receive from the British public that warm and friendly welcome which h« S3 emi- nently deserves from our countryuien.—I am, air, your obetilent servant-, WILLIAM IIILL, Major-General, K.C S.I., late com- manding Hyderabad Contingent. London, May 25.

GAINSBOROUGH'S "DUCHESS OF…

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FASHIONS AT THE FRENCH DERBY.

THE COMMONS BILL.

CANADIAN IMMIGRATION.

THE WOUNDED IN TIME OF WAR;-

THE FRENCH CONVICT ESTABLISH.…

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THE SCIENCE OF HEALTH.

BEATEN OFF.

THE PLAGUE.

FLUNKEYIAN A.

THE USE OF TOBACCO.

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SELECTED ANECDOTES.

CATCHING TRAINS.

THE ATTRACTIONS OF SAUL.

AMERICAN HUMOUR.

THE MARKETS;