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THE CHANNEL TUNNEL.

LORD CARNARVON ON EDUCATION.

AGRICULTURAL PROSPECTS.

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PARLIAMENTARY CONSTITUENCIES-

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PARLIAMENTARY CONSTITUENCIES- A parliamentary return has been issued] showing the population, the number of electors, &c., in the various counties, cities, and boroughs of the United Kingdom. From this it appears that the constituencies in England and Wales, which return 489 members, and which had a population in 1881 of 25,960,276, com- pared with 22,709,840 in 1871, had, 2,537,810 electors in the first-mentioned year, as against 2,065,534 in 1871. Scotland, which returns 60 members, had a popu- lation of 3,728,124, and an electorate of 310,218 in 1881, compared with 3,352,469 and 260,074 respectively in 1871. Ireland, with ;103 members, had a population of 5,159,839, and a electorate] of 229,461 in 1881, as against 5,412,377>nd 226,683. respectively in 1871.

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LORD SHAFTESBURY ON THRIFT.…

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