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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 HEALTH OF MR. BRIGHT.

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THE HEALTH OF MR. BRIGHT. A cCSswpondent of the Daily News, writing from Birmingham on Sunday night, says :—I am happy to be in a position to inform you that the rumour circulated about Mr. Bright's ill-health by one of your contemporaries is absolutely without founda- tion. I have just seen Mr. J. S: Wright, the chair- man of Mr. Bright's Election Committee, who went to Rochdale yesterday, and saw the senior member for Birmingham. Mr. Wright tells me that the state- ment about Mr. Bright's physicians having forbidden him to speak at a public meeting of his constituents is "utterly false." Mr. Bright continues to enjoy good health, and has no apprehension of bemg I unable to address the electors in a short time. The date is not yet fixed, but the writ for the new election is expected to-morrow, and the election will pro- bably take place before the end of the week. A meeting of the Birmingham Liberal Association Gene- ral Committee takes place to morrow (Monday) evening, the business being to consider the vacancy in the representation of the borough.

AN AGREEABLE PROSPECT.

A BONAPARTIST MANIFESTO.

THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL AT EXETER.

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MERTHYR POLICE COURT.