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THE DEATH OF THE PRINCE IMPERIAL.

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PULPIT REFERENCES TO THE PRWCES…

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COUBT MOURNING.

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HOW THE NEWS WAS RECEIVED…

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An address by the Bonapartists to the Empress Eugene has been drawn up in these terms Madame,-We come and lay at your Majesty's feet the expression of our profound and Immense grief. The blow which strikes you so cruelly strikes France In her deepest recollections and highest hopes. God has not permitted that young Prince, who had already all the qualities of a Sovereign, to be preserved for your love, for the service of France, and for our tender aud entire devotion. Death takes him trom us at the moment when we had a right to expect France would soon recall him. We do not compare your grief to ours, although ours is without limits. We merely beg your Majesty to accept the homage of that grief which France shares, and of which we shall all come and offer you the expression." And to this is subjoined the following declaration :— The Senators and Deputies of the Appeal to the People have assembled to-day. However profound their grief, It is their duty to affirm before the country that if the Prince Imperial is dead his cause survives him The succession of the Napoleons does not fall unclaimed. Representing an imperishable principle, the Imperialist party remains erect, compact, faithful, slid devoted. The Empire will live."

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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.