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LETTER FROM THE QUEEN TO MISS…

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The SOCIETY for the EMPLOYMENT…

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BURNING OF THE HYGIENIC EXHIBITION…

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BURNING OF THE HYGIENIC EXHI- BITION IN BERLIN. T?vCiivI;,(1ay<.ecnln"in,ast week> the Grand Hygienic Proin P1 atBer^' ^'ich was to be opened by the hv firp V/-6 °n. ncl:,y> wa8 completely destroyed builcW th!f n «erUin. how> or in what Parfc of the mif, at. ,Hgratlon originated; but it broke tiro# I i Quarter to seven, and before half-past lav a hein if Woode'? pile and all its costly contents fliLn Z!Pf 8m,ok'nS ruins. The action of the cuDibwtihlfl t'U a considerable breeze and the cambustiole nature of the building. F'le Br%acte, which was rapidly on the the 'adiaeent1 f °^Mt0 prevent fche flames extending to the adjacent buildings. The Lehrte (or London) tioTbut C!°uSe to th? sceDe of the conflagra- thn favrmraHi a-° ? exertions of the firemen and to which mS direction of the wind, that terminus, TnUrelv^^L^ AW,SeLhave been burned down. FN<R tA thl P T" Another pile of buildings belong- aa weii aa the Hous« f;„n r A ^n anc* tbe barracks of a por- r Hanaro K T were afc one moment in the have Buffered. ,ort»»»Mr none of these buildings MifrAns nfn lr**1? "ri-1* just opened. On a 8idh £ lme which had iust Btood a number of wagonB aDDlances of all < m Viennft» with ambulance their valuable fr«!» £ fS for tho exhibition. They and their valuable freight were all consumed. Great crowds flocked to the scene of the conflagra- who' Sn hS thf £ 8t 40 »«ive was the Ifc^or, SeTwK The estimated loss is between two and three millions of marks. The papers of the exhibition-which was wholly the res t private enterprise—have alone been saved. Apart from the great pecuniary loss, the disaster is deplored as a serious check to the advance- ment of sanitary sconce. That science could not fail to have Profated by a comparative study of the splendid collection af hygienic apparatus and inventions of all kinds which have been consumed.

AGRICULTURAL PROSPECTS.

MR. JUSTICE FRY on the VICTORIAN…

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ILADIES' SANITARY ASSOCIATION.

THE WAR WITH INSECTS.

FROZEN ROBINSON CRUSOES.

ICURIOUS BEQUEST TO THE JEWS.

ELECTRIC FISHING.

THE RECENT FLOODS IN MISSISSIPPI.

A FORTUNATE AERONAUT.

EPITOME OF NEWS.

THE MARKETS.

^STrSLUSbnt.

THE ASSASSINATIONS IN DUBLIN.

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SIR F. ROBERT'S MARCH FROM…