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THE DEATH OF THE PRINCE IMPERIAL.

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PULPIT REFERENCES TO THE PRWCES…

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PULPIT REFERENCES TO THE PRWCES DEATH. On Sunday in all the Roman Catholic churches be. longing to the Archdiocese of Westminster allusion was made to the death of the Prince Imperial and the prayers of the faithful were requested at each of the services for the repose of his soul. At the French church of Notre Dame de France, Leicester-square, there was a very affecting scene, when prayers being requested for the repose oi the soul of the late Prince and for the Empress in her present condition many of the congregation were moved to tears. At the Jesuit Church, Fann-street, the Prince was alluded to as being a faithful Catholic, and prayers 'were said for the Empress. At the special request of Dr. Donell, Roman Catholic Bishop of Southwark, in whose diocese Chialehurst is situated, the prayers of the faithful were offered up for Prince Louis Napoleon. and at St. George's Cathedral the Dead March, in Saul, was played after the High Mass. The Bishop of Southwark officiated in the Church of the Sacred Heart, Camberwell, and during the service the preacher, the Rev. Harrington Moore, M.A., of the pro-Cathedral, Kensington, alluded to the sad event. He said that dating the past few days a gloom had fallen upon this country and a disaster had occurred to a great cause, with which, though it was none of theirs, they could not help feeling sympathy in its misfortune. In a great house in the diocese there was a home of Borrow, wherein an illustrious lady mourned over the loss of her only son. While they prayed for the repose of the soul of the Prince, he begged them also to remember in their prayers the sorrowing mother.

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COUBT MOURNING.

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HOW THE NEWS WAS RECEIVED…

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A GERMAN VIEW OF THE PRINCE'S…

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS.

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THE PRINCE IMPERIAL'S FUNERAL.

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THE ASHES OF COLUMBUS.

THE HOSPITALS IN SOUTH AFRICA.

THE BISHOP OF LICHFIELD ON…

VIOLENT THUNDERSTORMS.

WOOD PRESERVATION.

ANOTHER EXPLORATION FUND.

THE TRANSMISSION OF LIVING…

BEARDS IN THE ARMY.

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DESTRUCTIVE TORNADO.

A HOUSE-BOY BRIGADE.

STEAM CABS IN VIENNA.

HARVEST PROSPECTS.

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THE QUEEN'S VISIT TO CHISLEHURST.

CUTTINGS FROM AMERICAN PAPERS.