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VARIETIES—GRAVE AND GAS.,

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MARWOOD, THE EXECUTIONER.

DEGREES FOR WOMEN.

THE CONVICT ORTON.

A SCOTCH DISSENTING MONUMENT.

THE COMIC PAPERS.

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STAMPS FOR TELEGRAPH MESSAGES.

,THE MARQUIS OF RIPON.

ENGLISH HOLIDAYS.

MR. GLADSTONE ON THE IRISH…

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MR. GLADSTONE ON THE IRISH CHURCH. During the election contest now going on at Leomin- ster, a leading Conservative has placarded a statement '.hat Mr. Gladstone has confessed the failure of his work in Ireland with respect to the disestablishment of the Church in that country, and that he has ad- mitted in the House of Commons his disappointment. As this statement was beina; freely quoted to the detriment of the case of Mr. Blacket, the Liberal can- didate, Mr. William Mason, a prominent local Liberal, wrote to Mr. Gladstone on Saturday to ask If the statement was correct, and he has received the following replyJanuary 16, 1876.-Sir,- You are at liberty to state on my authority that the report which you mention has no foundation whatever. Were the work even yet to do, most readily should I put my hand to the doing of it.—Your faithful ser- vant, W. E. GLADSTONE.—W. Mason, Esq., Leo- minster."

THE WRECK OF THE SCHILLER.

j THE BISHOP AND OMNIBUS DRIVER.

ALTERATIONS IN THE CIRCUITS.

AUTHORS' PROFITS.

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HORRIBLE CRUELTY TO A CHiLD.

AFFAIRS IN EGYPT.

DESPERATE FIGHT WITH A BEAR.

LESSONOF THE PRINCE'S TOUR.I

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COMFORTING TO HIS FRIENDS.

A FRENCH MONSTER.

LIFEBOAT AND ROCKET SERVICE.

WHAT THE "WORtD" SAYS.

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