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MR. O'BRIEN SHOT AT IN AMERICA.

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KILLED BY HIS SHIPMATES.

A FOND AND FOOLISH COUPLE.

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A FOND AND FOOLISH COUPLE. In the Queen's Bench Division, Mrs. Rosa Ellen Gillingwater, a widow of 40 years, who formerly carried on a business in Upper-street, Islington, sued Mr. Goddard, a widower of 60, to recover damages for breach of promise of marriage. The defendant, who is an architect in the service of the Board of Works, pleaded that the promise, if made, was con- ditional on the marriage of his daughter, which had not come off. It was stated that the children of the parties called plaintiff and defendant papa and mamma. Many affectionate letters passed between the parties, in one of which he expressed his belief that the departed Gillingwater, if he were permitted to know anything of this state, would approve of all he wished to do. The case, which promised some amusement, was nipped in the bud by an agreement, the terms of which were not revealed.

DESPERATE FIGHT WITH A WOLF.

POLITE PRINCE BISMAHCK

ZULULAND.

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RELEASE OF FATHER RYAN. !

AGRARIAN OUTRAGES.

THIRTY FAMILIES TURNED OUT.

BURMAH.

SUBSIDENCE OF A PRISON.

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iBURNING OF THE OPERA COMIQUE…

THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY

COUGHING IN CHURCH.

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