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--THE HORRORS OF BEDLAM.

A REAL BIT OF ROMANCE !

A VIOLENT LOVER IN CAMBRIDGE.

THE END OF A POLISH PATRIOT.

THE LANCASHIRE DISTRESS.

MR, BRIGHT EXPLAINS THE REAL…

THE REPEAL OF THE MALT.TAX.

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----INSTANCES OF HIGH CIVILISATION.

A DOMESTIC TRAGEDY IN CUMBER-LAND.

A ROMANCE IN LOW LIFE.

'"9"""= EXTRACTS FROM "MANHATTAN'S"…

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We have had a death in this city this last week that, if it had happened a few years ago, would have made a sensa- tion. It is that of Mrs. Coles. She was Miss Brown, the daughter of George W. Brown, the eating-house man. She was a beautiful specimen of female humanity. She was for years the belle of the city, and the toast of all the young men. Duels were fought about her. Young Hayward, of Charleston, shot August Belmont, and crippled him for life because he spoke slightingly of Mrs. Coles. Of late years she has been shady, and now she has gone where beauty is not appreciated by the Greenwood worms. As Archbishop Hughes said, "Bury me in the sunshine." So said the beauty, and she was buried in a spot where the sun always shines, when he is up and around, and It is not cloudy.

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HOW to DISPOSE of TWO MILLIONS…

LAYING CLAIM TO AN ESTATE.

ITHE MURDER NEAR LEOMINSTER.

O'KANE v. O'KANE AND LORD…

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THE PARISIANS OFFENDED!

AN ILLUSTRIOUS VISITOR!

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