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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS.

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AN INTERVIEW WITH CETEWAYO.

SURRENDER OF CETYWAYO'S YOUNGEST…

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I THE I ENGLISH AGRICULTURAL…

A NAVAL ENGAGEMENT.

DEATH OF JUDGE PACKER.

WOMAN'S WORK.

THE EDUCATION OF DEAF-MUTES.

THE HELIOGRAPH.

THE DEMANDS OF THE TENANT…

A DESTRUCTIVE CYCLONE.

THE LATE WILLIAM FROUDE, F.R.S.

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A FAMOUS MARE.

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A FAMOUS MARE. Sadowa, the horse the Emperor William rode at ibo battle of Kcenigratz, so named in commemoration, that victory, has died lately. The FremdenbiaH nishes the following details relative to the venert^ charger:—" For some time past the noble animal such signs of weakness, resulting from age, that veterinary Burgeon waa convinced it could not By long. On the 17th ult. it was so feeble as to be nfl**? to stand, and to spare it further suffering it was Orders had been given, in case of the death of SadoJJ to have the animal stuffed, and the task was conh^T to M. Ludwig, expert at the Zoological Sadowa was a mare of great beauty, distinguished^ a noble carriage of the.head and fine ears. Her was Bix feet one inch and her height five feet s*^j inches. The skin will be prepared in such a way it may be stretched on a body of the same P- moulded in plaster."

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THE ZULU WAR,

MEDICAL TEMPERANCE ASSOCIATION.