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THE CLOSURE.

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AN ACCOUNT OF THE EXECUTION…

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THE GOVERNMENT AND CETEWAYO.

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THE GOVERNMENT AND CETEWAYO. The Daily News says :—" The brief debate in the House of Lords on Cetewayo's visit to England will confirm the great majority of the public in the favourable opinion concerning the policy of the Government which they have lately expressed. The position of the Government, as described by Lord Kimberley, is absolutely unassailable." The Morning Post says:—"The plain meaning of what was said on Monday night is that the Govern- ment have pretty well made up their minds to restore Cetewayo, but before doing so they desire to impress him with a sight of our material resources and to exact from him a promise of future good behaviour. We do not say that this is not a proper course to pursue, but at least it is one which, if contemplated, ought to be honestly avowed." The Morning Advertiser says:—"It may be taken for granted that Cetewayo will shortly visit this country as a preliminary to his restoration to the throne of Zululand. In this matter, as in almost every other political question, the Government have set aside all experience and authority, and decided to take the sentimental and emotional view."

THE NIGHT AND DAY SITTING…

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A GLOOMY PICTURE.

MR. MUNDELLA AND EDUCATION…

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PROBABLE CALLING OUT 01 RESERVES

THE LANDSEER MEMORIAL.

The QUEEN and the ARTILLERYMEN.

---THE LABOUR MARKET.

ASCENT OF THE ALETSCH-HORN.

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