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The Prince and Princess of Wales will probably spend a fortnight at their Norfolk seat in July. be- fore troinsr to Scotland for the arouse season. Mr. C. Halle writes to the Athencewn :—VYrill you kindly allow me to inform your readers that I did not offer my services for the Bonn Festival, as stated in your number of this day, but that I have accepted the invitation which I have had the honour to re- ceive from the Committee." Mr. Duckworth's new drama, Under a Ban,' which has been received with great favour at the Alxandra Theatre, Liverpool, will be most probably played in London shortly, with Miss Phillis HIll, who his sustained the principal character with considerable SUC^.JSS, in her original part. Herr Baudiumn and his wife, well known in England as Miss Milly Palmer, have been perform- ing with great success in Sydney. They have apoeaivd in Hamlet," "Romeo and Juliet," Othello." The Merchant of Venice," Much Ado about Nothing," and Don Caesar de Bazau. M. A. Dumas's play, Musquito," written for Miss Lydia Thompson, which, notwithstanding some assertions to the contrary, is undoubtedly the work of thatanthor, has achieved a great success at New York. The piece, which is of the most sensational description, is magnificently mounted as regards costume and scenery, ATTEMPTED SUICIDE OF AN UNDERGRADUATE.— :Ur- an exhibitioner of Balliol College, a1-- £ mf V ll'T^ 8uicide by cutting his throat on Fudaj. He was found by a man named Rowland, with a ra/oi by hw side, covered with blood, and conveyed to the Infirmary, where he lies in a precarious state. Mr Greg had been noticed to be depressed from over-study and disappointment THE PREM [Eli OFJICTORIA._Mi, M'Culloch has been created, n Knight Bachelor and is now 8ir Ja m M'Culloch. Australian papers state that he declined a Companionship of the Order of St. Michael and St. George, when that distinction was accepted by Mr. O'Shanassy and Mr. Sladen j and that by the last mail a despatch from Lord Granville was re- ceived in which the writer observes that although the rank of Knight Bachelor takes precedence of a Companionship of any Order, it is in general less significant of peculiar services or personal eminence, and that he has little doubt that in this country a Companionship of the Bath would in gencrafbe valued at least as highly as a knighthood by those who are eligible to it. But on the present occasion hc was very desirous to avoid anything that coidd be considered a slight either to Mr.M'Culloch or to the influential aarty connected with hinio politics. —Timzs,

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