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DRUSK OR DYING. t

THE COMIO PAPERS.

SPELLING BEE AT BRISTOL.

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VARIETIES—GR A VE AK"; GAY.…

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THE TESTIMONIAL TO MR. READ,…

A RiVAL TO COD-LIVER OIL.

GROSS RECKLESSNESS BY A MINER.

THE NUMBER OF LANDOWNERS.

PERSONAL STATISTICS.

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MR. CAVE AND THE KriEUIVE.

MR. GLADSTONE AND THE ITALIAN…

POKER VERSUS DOCUMENT.

ERIE RAILWAY COMPANY.

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It is proposed to change the ifen and Chickeins -the house which played so impoitant a part in the Wainwright trial—into a missionary Lord Henry Tlmine, who lias el, c b re. Treasurer of her Majesty's Household, n elected member for Salisbury without The substance of the judgment of the Adrarl alty on the Iron Duke accident i„ published. J Bured some of the persons m charge or > lordships recommend that a superior n k • responsible for tho proper completion of A AU the dockyard, and that such officer should P work before passing it as completed. The colliery accidents of the Pa,t YEAR F^uedthesub ject of an address delivered hy Mr. >eW'. and of the London Association of Foreman Engin Draughtsmen. He hoped that, should railnnnent U.t to take up earnestly the subjcct of ueath mMn. mines.some philanthropic,practical,and c,ie^8e her would come forward.aud do for the collier what Mr. Plimsoll has done and is doing for seamen. George Dudley, blacksmith, has been roasted to death at Lower Mill, near Pontypool. He J on Sunday morning with all his clothing bu"ie(* but his boots, and the flesh hanging ii1 strips, y still able to talk. <> A tug boatman named Daroch was picked up by.e Bristol steamer on its way to Greenock, about t o'clock in the morning The man was aw,l?nUhft' en crying for help, almost in rnid-chan»0M i Helensburg and Greenock Daroch, when QuestIOned, could give no account of how he got into the wat A correspondent of the Pall Ala/l (*azette me RB a fact not generally known, that Vice A miral Sir Walter Tarleton! after the Vanguardcour^ martial, placed his resigna4.;011 i„ the hands of tne rs Lord of the Admiralty. but jlr" Ward Hunt declined to accept it, and Sir Walter still continues to discharge the duties of the head of the Naval Reserve forces.

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THE EASTERN QUESTION. ;

A SPELLING BEE AT COLCHESTER.

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