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4Ðnr Irate Cormpraknt.

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PASSING EVENT*, RUMOURS, &o.

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PICTURES OF MISERY!

"SENSATION" TRIALS IN AUSTRIA.

THE END OF "JENNY, THE CAT-SKINNER!"

ITHE BISHOP OF SALISBURY AND…

FENIAN DENUNCIATION OF HEAD…

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FENIAN DENUNCIATION OF HEAD CENTRE STEPHENS. The following Is an extract from the N,w York Tims* of Jan. 12:— Last night a meeting was held at the Masonic-hall, in Thirteenth-street, avowedly for the purpose of denouncing the Head Centre of the Fenian Brother- hood, but really for the purpose of supporting Mr. Roberts. The hall was crowded to suffocation. Mr. James Monahan was called to the chair. He said that he knew no more of the object of the meet- ing than what he saw in the public prints. He thought it very proper that the most gigantic, unparalleled and wicked fraud ever perpetrated should be denounced, and that the perpetrator should be held up to public corn. Colonel Byrnes was then introduced, who denounced Stephens as a trickster, and assured his audience that if they would only stick to Roberts, Canada would be in their possession before another year had oassed. A gentleman from the West said that all attempts to carry the war into Ireland before taking Canada would be futile, and that those who desired to bring the Irish peasant into contact with the trained British soldier were guilty of a grievous wrong. All their energies must be given to stirring up discord in Eng- land, and preparing an army here for an invasion of Canada. Mr. Archdeacon said that he had only lately arrived from Ireland, and he assured them that gigantic as were the frauds practised here, they were nothing to what had been done in Ireland. He believed the whole of the Fenian leaders there to be traitors to the cause, and in the pay of the British government. Men the most incompetent, some of them even im- becile, were at the head of affairs. All the Fenian brotherhood had to hope for lay in themselves. The meeting, which was a very disorderly one, broke up at a late hour.

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THE SUCCESSOR OP HIAD CENTRE…

THE ILLEGALITY of TRADES'…

HOW TO AVOID STRIKES.

A SERMON ON THE GOLDEN RULE…

A SHIP ON FIRE IN THE RIVER…

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A CHARGE OF PERJURY AGAINST…

A CHARMING CITY TO LIVE IN!

A FEARFUL STRUGGLE WITH A…

LETTING A FURNISHED HOUSE.

A FEARFUL DEATH!

RHYMES FOR REFORMERS.

SCOLDING FROM THE PULPIT.

AN EXTENSIVE BANK ROBBERY.

ACROBATS FROM JAPAN.

.HIS CAREER STOPPED!

A SHOCKING CASE-HEARTLESS…

MR. SAMUEL MORLEY AND HIS…

IN A FIX-AND KNOWING IT!

CHARGE OF EXTORTION AGAINST…

DEPLORABLE ACCIDENT.

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