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---VARIETIES-GRAYE AND GAY.

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AFFAIRS IN ASHANTEE.

DR. KENEALY, M.P., IN CHANCERY.

MR. BRIGHT AND HIS CONSTITUENTS.

MR. HOLMS ON THE ARMY.

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SAD CASE OF ATTEMPTED SUICIDE.

EXTRAORDINARY CHARGE.

WHAT THE "WORLD" SAYS.

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THE JEFFERSON BORDEN.

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THE JEFFERSON BORDEN. Since the Jefferson Borden was towed into the Aber- deen harbour disabled, a few days ago, the members of the crew have segued a statement complaining of tho bad state in which the ship was found, and of the harsh treatment received at the ham's of Captain I'.tteison. They Fay, We have asked Caplain Pate son to pay us the money due for our services, and lie refuses to do so. He very well knows that no one on hoard would make a second passage with him in this ilIfatl,d ship, and perhaps he expects that we would run away and leave what slaves never worked harder for. From this statement as to the management of the Jefferson Borden people cannot fail to recall the fact that there was a mutiny on board the vessel the previous voyage, when the captain's bro- ther and cousin were killed. They were the first, and second mates, and were obstacles in the way of getting at her commander. Next week two of the mutineers are to be hung at Boston. In our opinion they were no worse men when they came on board of this schooner at New Orleans than are our own or any other crew of sallors. that sails the seas, and we doubt not they were driven to commit murder, as thousands of others would have done."

CHURCH AND DISSENT.

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TURKEY AND HER CHRISTIAN SUBJECTS.

THE BRITISH WORKMAN.

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THE MERTHYR POST OFFICE

LOCAL RAILWAY TIME TABLES

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