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Lord RUSSELL and Lord SHAFTESBURY…

----A SAD CASE.

THE PLEBISCITE.

INCIDENTS OF THE VOTING.

THE RESULT OF THE PLEBISCITE.

AN OFFENCE AGAINST THE STATUTE.

PARTICULARS, &c., OF THE GREEK…

"REPORT OF DR. A. BOLTON.…

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In fHemortam.

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In fHemortam. As a trifling tribute to the memory of the lamented Mr. Vyner, "E. W." has sent the following to The Titrus .'— I am sure you will be happy to be the medium of honour- ing, although in this imperfect manner, the memory of one whose sad fate has lately been a subject of painful interest to the world at large, as well as one of intense grief to all his relatives and friends. The late Mr. Frederick Vyner was one of those whose lives full of unobtrusive benevolence and kindness of heart, shed a calm radiance over those around them, with modest affability winning the hearts of all classes, and never losing the affections once gained of those whose hearts are capable of appreciating whatever is just, pure, kind, lovely and of good report. In aU the phases of his short career—at Eton and Oxford, at home and abroad—the same undeviating love of strict in. tegrity, and admiration of what was generous and unselfish, were seen in his own daily conduct. The tears that have been shed for him by the poor, as well as all others to whom he was personally known, bear testimony to the excellence and worth of him whose loss is now being so deeply lamented. His last noble act, in voluntarily and persistingly resigning his liberty, and consequently his life, in behalf of his married friend, who happily escaped the dreadful fate of his com- panions, must for ever stamp his character as that of a true Christian, and afford some consolation to his afflicted relatives. To those who have intimately known him these observa- tions may appear uncalled for;—to know him was to love him. For those who have not known him, but, throughout the land, must have felt the deepest interest in one who perished under luch very painful circumstances, they are now made by the inefficient pen of one who knew him from his birth, And loved him as his own."

A USEFUL HINT.

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