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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.

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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 following is a copy of the petition:— In Her Majesty's Court of Divorce and Matrimonial Causes. In the matter of Timothy Joseph O'Kane of No. 21, In- verness-road, Bayswater, in the county of Middlesex, gen- tleman, dated the 19th day of October, in the year of our Lord 1803. Sheweth, 1. That your petitioner, on the 2nd of October, 1851, was lawfully married to Margaret Matilda Augusta Morris, of No. 2, John-street, Sutton-street, Commercial- road East. in the said county of Middlesex, spinster, at St. George's iu-the-East, in the said county of Middlesex. 2. That after his said marriage, your petitioner lived and cohabited with his said wife at No. 2, John-street, at Graves- end, in the county of Kent, at Dingle, Killarney, andTMtee, all in the county of Kerry, in Ireland, and at 26, Grove-place, Brompton, in the county of Middlesex, and that there was issue of the marriage, viz., one son and four daughters. 3. That onor about the 16th day of June,1863, and at divers other days and times, at Cambridge Home, No. 04, Pic- cadilly, in the said county of Middlesex, and at divers other places, the said Margaret Matilda Augusta O'Kane com- mitted adultery with one Henry John Temple, Viscount Palmerston, K.G., First Lord of her Majesty's Treasury. Your petitioner therefore humbly prays that this honour- able court will be pleased to decree and declare the said mar- riage of your petitioner and the said Margaret Matilda Augusta O'Kane to be dissolved. And that your petitioner may have such further and otherreUef in the premises as to this honourable court may seem meet. And your petitioner claims twenty thousand pounds damages against the said Henry John Temple, Viscount Palmerston, K.G., first Lord of her Majesty's Treasury.—And your petitioner will ever pray, &c. TIMOTHY JosEra O'KANE.

THE PARISIANS OFFENDED!

AN ILLUSTRIOUS VISITOR!

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