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REVIEWS.

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. TOWN'S IMPROVEMENT COMMISSION.

BAND FOR THE SEASON.

THE ASSIZES.

. LEWIS v. POWELL.

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LEWIS v. POWELL. Some days after the hearing of this action the following letter was addressed to the Editor of the London Standard :— SIR, Having seen in your paper of yesterday, Feb. 13, the case ot Lewis v. Powell," out of justice to the young lady and myself I solicit you to insert the following statement in your influential journal. It is with feelings of unbounded astonishment and indignation that 1 have seen my name brought into a court of justice and used to the prejudice of an in- nocent and un offending lady. I lose not a moment in giving this atrocious calumny the most unqualified and positive denial it is possible for a gentleman to do. There is not the slightest shadow of a pretext for this cruel attack upon the honor and modesty of the lady in question, and any person who may have made any remark or statement calculated to lead Colonel Powell to make such a groundless accusa- tion, or even entertain such an idea for one single in- stant, has been guilty of the most dastardly false- hood—I have the honor to be, your obedient servant, W. K. FRASER, late Capt. 4th Light Dragoons. Buckland, near Dover, Feb. 14. MACHYNLLETH.—The Earl and Countess Vane, who have recently returned from the North ofEng- land, are now in residence at Plas Machynlleth, where they propose remaining for some months to come. Their visits to this neighbourhood are bailed with delight by all parties, as their kind and gentle manners, and their munificent grants to all charit- t able purposes, have greatly endeared them to all classes, especially to the poor, to whose humble t abodes Lady Vane makes her daily visits.

NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS.

THE AMERICAN PEACE CONFERENCE.

THE NEW TOWN SURVEYOR.

THE NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD.

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. THE NOBLEST AMBITION.

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LAUNCH OF "THE FANNY FOTHERGILL."