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IMEMORIAL TO THOMAS CLARKSON.

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THE (PROPOSED PARTIAL DISABMA.!…

FARMING IN SCOTLAND.

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GYMNASTICS BY STEAK POWER.

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The London Correspondent of the Manchester Guar. dim writes I have reasen to believe that Lord Derby has lately signified an important and friendly modiacation in his lordship's attitude with regard h the Liberal Party, aud that very shortly this will be made apparent. "The reports frem the various trade caatres are gradually beginning to be more cheerful. TUtiv are, of course, great fluctuations, lUld obvionsly many still f,.ir that the present hopeful reaction is merely temporary hut. jt is pleasant after months and even years of outness :uirl d. pres- slon to see that in Middlesbrough, Darlington. Sht-ffisid. South Shropshire, and even Souta Wales, there is a great change. Even if some of tmsapparent Improvement la due to speculation, that is better than the apathy to whicn » « had become almost accustomed. Still, ID should be borne in mind that the revival cannot progress with sufficient rapidity to prevent v^ry sevt re pressure from being ielt during the coming winter. It may be, indeed, tbat tha rise in the price of necessaries will counterbalance to a great extent even the new contracts wh'ch are beginning to come tu. The hard times of lvst winter have left many of the poor on the brink of sta fcki m, and the ca«e of the small shopkeepers—always ttit .a< to feel the lwueflt of •v I-vivol-Is In many cllstrick even worse.Pall Mail Qn&ttCi