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PASSING EVENTS, RUMOURS, &c.

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The Times observes that because we had a short but sharp war in the summer of 1866 it seems to have become with many persons a fixed idea that we may look forward to a fresh outbreak of the same scourge in the spring, or, at the latest, in the autumn of 1867. It does not seem to strike these prophets of evil that a delay of six months may make considerable difference in the state of European affairs, or that political combinations which admit of postponement from the green to the sere leaf, in consideration of a World's Show, are likely, after all, to rest upon no very serious and deliberate a plan.

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OPENINGOFPARLIAMENT.

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THE EXTRAORDINARY CHARGE OF…

THE TICHBORNE BARONETCY.

AN AMERICAN VENDETTA,

THE JAMAICA PROSECUTIONS.

STRANGE SCENE IN A THEATRE.

THE END OF THE MORMONS COMING.

A FEMALE " CAVALRYMAN!" j

A STRANGE DREAM.