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PASSING EVENTS, RUMOURS, &c.

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The 32nd report of the Commissioners of National education in Ireland has been issued. There were 6 J63 schools in operation, which had on their rolls for the year then ended 870,401 children, with an average ■k-ij ,ance> for tho fame period, of 315,108 children, and an average number of children on the rolls for the year of 572 486. At the close of the year iNbo the number of schools in operation was 7,372. he oofonn8 ^llr atten^ance of children for the year was 321,209; the average number of children on the rolls was 598,408; while the tetal number of distinct children at any time on the rolls for the year was 822,084. As compared with the year 1864 there is an increase of 109 m the number of schools in operation for the year 1865; while in the daily average attend. ance the increase amounts to 6,101, in the averag- number on the rolls the increase amounts to 22 ("or and in the total number of puoiJs enrolled during year the increase amounts to 51,683.

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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.