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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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In its last number, L'International, a French journal published iu London, gives a comparative table of the Eng- lish and American fleets. According to the Admiralty returns, we have, including every species of vessel afloat or in active construction, a force of some 700 ships. At the end of the American war the North had a total of 600 ships. Since that she has sold off all but the best, and her fleet now numbers 339 thoroughly lerviceaU. vessels. In effect, the naval forces of the two countries are almost equal, says the International. "The United States have their Nelson and Collingwo04 in the persons of Porter and of Fairagut." In the course of the article Nelson's memorable signal to his fleet before Trafalgar is done into French. We present it to our readers as one of the curiosities of translation? Aujourd'hui la vielle Angleterre compte que chaque homme fera son devoir."

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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…

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