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Mr. Sullivan, proprietor of the Kation, and Mr. Pigott* proprietor of the Irishman, convicted at the present Dublin assizes of publishing seditious libels upon the Government, were sentenced on Saturday morning. Mr. Justice Fitz- gerald said that it was the grossest folly or the most flagrant misrepresentation to say that the Fenians at Manchester werte not legally and righteously executed—not for a political offence, but for murder, and that Gfwernment would be im- possible if the administration of justice were to be so grossly libelled as it had been by the defendants. Sullivan was sentenced to six months' and Pigott to twelve months' imprisonment, and at the expiration of those perieds to be bound over in heavy recognisances to be of good behaviour.

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_ PORTERAGE OF TELEGRAPH COMPANIES.

--THE SILVER WEDDING OF THE…

MYSTERIOUS END OF TWO LOVERS.

I I 1THE BANKER AND THE CABMAN.,

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: ASSING EVENTS, RUMOURS,…

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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

A DOCTOR'S TROUBLES.

REMARKABLE SUICIDE.

BiSCOVEPiY SF M. SPEKE.

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MJi. SPEKE'S ACCOUNT OF HIMSELF.

MESSRS. PIGOTT AND SULLIVAN.

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CLEVERLY DONE!

ATTACK UPON A HOUSE BY ARMED…

IN HONOUR OF JOAN OF ARC.

A NEGRO EXECUTION. j

:An APOLOGY OFFERED and ACCEPTED.

The PRESENTATION of the "GOLDEN…

ARCHBISHOP MANNING ON ..♦*;•…

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