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ITHE RECENT SEIZURES OF EXPLOSIVES.

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THE QUEEN'S RETURN TO WINDSOR.

FATAL COLLIERY EXPLOSION.

*mm THE SUNDERLAND DISASTER.

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SHAM FIGHT AT DOVER. \

DAMAGE TO CROPS BY GAME.

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IRISH MILITIA AT ALDERSHOT.

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THE THEFT OF LORD CRAWFORD'S…

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THE THEFT OF LORD CRAWFORD'S BODY. Last Saturday Sheriff Guthiie Smith, in accordance with instructions received from the Home Office, held a sitting in Aberdeen for the purpose of considering and adjudicating upon the claims of the reward pro. mised for information that would lead to the convic- tion of the persons who stole Lord Crawford'a body from the mausoleum at Dunecht. There were three claimants: George Machray. gamekeeper; John Philip, shoemaker, Aberdeen; and James Collier, Glasgow. The inquiry was conducted in private, and at the close the sheriff awarded the sum of j3300 to Machray, the Government having decided to give only one half the sum originally promised, the belief being that the prisoner, who was sentenced to five years' imprisonment for his share in the crime,is not the only person implicated in it.

ALLEGED ATTEMPTED MURDER AND…

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DEATH IN THE CRICKET FIELD.

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THE MARKETS.