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THE NEW FRENCH CABINET.

FATAL COLLIERY DISASTERS.

---PALACE INTRIGUES AT CONSTANTINOPLE.

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PROFESSOR HOLLOWAY'S WILL.

SAD END OF AN ECCENTRIC LADY,

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CYCLONE IN INDIA.

! DEATH OP THE BISHOP OF SODOR…

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DEATH OP THE BISHOP OF SODOR AND MAN. We regret to announce that the Bishop of Sodor and Man has died somewhat suddenly, after a short illness which was not expected to have a fatal termi- nation, at his London residence. The late prelate, the Right Rev. Rowley Hill, D.D., was the third son of the late Sir George Hill, Bart., of St. Columbs, county Londonderry, and was born in 183G. Dr. Hill was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge was or- dained a deacon in 1860, and took priest's orders in the following year. He was appointed incumbent of St. Lukt,'s, Edjjware-road, in 1863; was rector cf Frant, Sussex, from 1868 to 1871; vicar of St. Michael's, Chester-square, from 1871 to 1873; ap- pointed vicar of Sheffield 1873 and rural dean of Shef- field 1874. Both of these appointments, as also a canonry of York Cathedral, he held until his conse- cration to the see of Sodor and Man in 1877. The late bishop was twice married-first in 1863 to Caro- line Maud, second daughter of Captain Alfred Chap- man, R.N., who died in 1882; and secondlv in 1884 to Alice, daughter of the lace Captain J. George Probyn.

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THE AWFUL FIRE AT A FRENCH…

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THE MURDERER OF A BROTHER.

THE SPORT-LOVING JUDGE.

A COMPANY PROMOTER IMPRISONED

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