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ABERDARE POLICE COURT.

WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE DEMONSTRATION…

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REPRESENTATION OF BIRMINGHAM.

SIR S. NORTHCOTE ON THE ASHANTEE…

RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION IN SCHOOLS.

TAUNTON ELECTION.

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The death of Mr. Tom I'Anson, the trMner, of Middleham (son of Mr. William I'Anson, of Malton, the well-known breeder of Blink Bonny, Blair Athol, Caller Ou, <fcc.), is announced. I'Anson had caught cold in following his avocation, and this brought oa an illnesss which terminated fatally in a few hours. THE LATE COKTEMPT OF COURT.—The friends of Mr. Henry James Cochrane, who, it will be in the recollec- tion of our readers, was recently fiued JE150 by th6 Lord Chief Justice for a contempt of oourt, published in the Cheltenham Chronicle, have subscribed the whole of the amount, besides over £10 towards the expensett. The total amount subscribed is £ 162, and the list is now closed. BUTCHERS HEAVILY FIXED.—At Runcorn, on Mon-, day, Thomas Bancroft and .1 &lllt.OS Lowe, Warrington,j> butchers, were charged with exposing unwholesome- meat for sale on Saturday last. The meat, which it was stated was totally unfit for food, wai ordered ta Us-J destrov«A iVpcrcft cvyden-d to pay jbH), and £ 2

THE HEALTH OF MR. BRIGHT.

AN AGREEABLE PROSPECT.

A BONAPARTIST MANIFESTO.

THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL AT EXETER.

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MERTHYR POLICE COURT.