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MANSLAUGHTER BY AN OXFORD…

EXECUTION AT GLOUCESTER.

THE NEW SEARCH FOR DR. LIVINGSTONE.

REPRIEVE OF THE COVENTRY MURDERER.

REGISTERED LETTERS IN FRANCE.

TOO MUCH OF A JOKE!

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THE RAILWAY SERVANTS'AGITATION.

WORKING MEII'S CLUBS.

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A TALE OF TWO SIXPENCES.

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"5th Jan., 1872. SIR,—I am directed by the Master of the Mint to acknow- ledge the receipt of your letter of the 2nd Inst., and to in- form you that worn silver coin Is received and exchanged at the Bank of England and its branches. The two new sixpences enclosed have, in accordance with this regulation, been procured at the Bank of England in exchange,for the two worn coins forwarded in your letter. I have the honour to be, Sir, your most obedient servant, C. W. FILEIIANTLE. Colonel Tomline, M. P., 1, Carlton-terrace."

VENTILATION OF SEWERS.

INTEMPERANCE IN IRELAND.

LION AND LION-TAMING.

DEATH OF SIR FRANCIS CROSSLEY…

MEMORIAL CHAPEL TO THE LATE…

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BREAD AND ITS ADULTERATIONS.

I CUTTINGS FROM AMERICAN PAPERS.

Miscellaneous áfnttlHgtlltt,

THE MARKETS.