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THE GRAND FESTIVAL AT THE…

PLOUGHING BY ELECTRICITY.

THE AMERICAN AND CANADIAN…

THE ZULU WAB.

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SALMON AND TROUT AT THE ANTIPODES.

MB. GLADSTONE AND HIS VISITORS.…

SIR ROWLAND HILL AND PENNY…

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The casket presented by the Lord Mayor and Cor- poration is of 18 carat gold and weighs twenty ounces. The front panel is ornamented after a design by the late Mr. Mulready, R A., for the first penny envelope issued by the Post Office. It represents Britannia as sending forth her messengers to all parts of the globe, and beneath the figure of Britannia ia a fac simile in enamel of the penny stamp. At the back is an in- scription, at one end the monogram of Sir Rowland Hill, at the other end the family crest, and on the lid the arms of the city of London. It is lined with crimson silk velvet, and stands on a block of coloured marble. There is a baae covered with silk velvet, and the whole can be enclosed in a Morocco case lined with satin and velvet.

YAKOOB KHAN AT GANDAMAK.

THE TRADE RETURNS FOR MAY.

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YAKOOB KHAN AND THE VICEROY.

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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS.

THE REINFORCEMENTS.

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AMERICAN CROPS.