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Mr. Miles, the Conservative candidate for Bristol, has issued his address. After remarking that he has been actively engaged in business for nearly thirty years In Bristol, and is therefore acquainted with Its best interests, Mr. Miles observes: If elected, I shall be prepared to give a steady support to the present Ministry, who have done well for their country in passing a measure of Reform at once simple and comprehensive, and giving the franchise to many of the working classes not before included In the constituency. In my opinion they have acted rightly in setting at rest a question the frequent agitation of which In the House of Commons has interfered so much with all useful legislation. It will be my privilege, should you return me as your representative, to assist the oGovernment by all means in my pewer to complete their Reform measures for the three kingdoms. It will be my desire to promote efficiency of Government, economy fn all details, education, and improvement in the social condition of the people. In offering myself as a candidate for your suffrages, I have been influenced by the feeling that all well-wishers to her Majesty's Ministers should use every exertion, even at the sacrifice of personal comfort, to support them at this critical period."

----THE CLERKENWELL OUTRAGE.

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