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- A USEFUL MAN GONE!

UPS AND DOWNS!

THE LAW OF LIBEL.

SINGULAR IDENTIFICATION OF…

A ROMAN CATHOLIC BISHOP ON…

DEATH OF A FAMOUS "BRIGANDESS,"

•AMERICAN ELOQUENCE!

A SKETCH OF THE "BLACK ROD."…

The AMERICAN YACHT "HENRIETTA."

QUEEN'S SPEECHES ON REFORM.

THE LOSS OF AN EYE.

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THE LOSS OF AN EYE. "in the Court of Queen's Bench the cause of xtenney v. Blakey" has been tried, and was an action to recover compensation for the loss of an eye through the alleged careless shooting of the defendant. The plaintiff, a labourer in the employment of Mr. Farrant, a farmer at Shenleybury in Herts, on the 24th of August last, was employed with several others in mowing wheat. Mr. Farrant and Mr. Blakey, a neighbouring farmer were in the field shooting rabbits as they ran from the wheat to a wood close by. When the wheat was nearly cut the plaintiff left off work, and was told by his master to stand at the corner of the wheat. While there the defendant shot at a rabbit and hit the plaintiff in the left eye, totally de- priving him of sight in that eye. The plaintiff's statement was corroborated by several of his fellow- TheTdefence was that the accident was caused by the plaintiff's own negligence in running into the line of fire to pick up a rabbit, after being warned of the d*lfwaB°ultimate^y arranged that the plaintiff should have a verdict for 50J. -==-

A "SPOONY" KING.

CONFESSION AND ABSOLUTION.

AN EXTRAORDINARY SECRET SOCIETY.

APPREHENDED RIOTS at CHESTER.

FURTHER PARTICULARS.

A GENEBOUIS LORD, #

WILL THERE BE A MINISTERIAL…

A BALL TO ORDER !

THE CAMPAIGN IN BOHEMIA.

AN UNHAPPY MARRIAGE DISSOLVED.

RATHER INGENIOUS!

A CENTENARIAN VETERAN-

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AN APPEAL FOR A SEBASTOPOL…

AN EXTRAORDINARY CHARGE.

THE COAL-FIELDS OF AMERICA.

ISisttllmitflus fntelligmte,

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