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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.

CHURCH AND DISSENT.

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An inquest has been held in London on the body of Ellen Holland, aged 60, a crossing-sweeper, who set fire to herself whilst smoking in bed, to which habit she was addicted. At a meeting of the Town Council at Wolverhamp- ton it wasannounced that acute pneumonia had broken out in the corporation stables, and that nine horses had already died, at a loss to the borough of idOa Tfie outbreak was attributed to the severely cola weatner, the horses having to be out at night. Mr. S. Plimsoll, J for Derby, has addressed a crowded meeting 0f his constituents, andwas receivfd with the greatest enthusiasm. On the subject ofdeck- toading, he Baid that 2 381 men in the prime of life and hope had, during the 'year 1875, set sail in ships_of which nothing was ever heard after they loft port. Ofi would not comment on that fact.

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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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