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DRINKING FOUNTAINS AND CATTLE…

ABSTRACT of the CENSUS RETURNS.

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THE STORM ON TUESDAY NIGHT.

THE POPE ON THE ASSASSINATION…

THE RUSSIAN HARVEST.

I iDEATH OF PRESIDENT GARFIELD'S…

DEATH OF DR. CUMMING.

PROPOSED UNDERGROUND RAILWAY…

Pisallraams fiMigem

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jSUNDAY CLOSING.

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MR. GLADSTONE and MR. BRADLAUGH.

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SIR S. NORTHCOTE AND MB. BRADLAUGH.-Mr. Bradlaugh, M.P., has written a long letter to Sir Stafford Northcote upon the course which the latter has taken in opposing his admission to the House of Commons. The following is the reply:—"Sir,—I regret I must confine myself to a simple acknowledg- ment of your letter of this day's date. I cannot admit that there is any foundation for the charge of illegality which you make against the House of Commons but I must decline to enter into con- troversy with you upon the general subject of your case. I can only say that I have acted from a sense of public duty and from no personal motive, and that I can see no reason for doubting the propriety of the course which I have pursued. I have the honour to be, Sir, your obedient servant, Stafford H. Northcote, C. Bradlaugh, Esq, M.P."

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SIR S. WATERLOW ON TECHNICAL…