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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…

THE WRECK OF THE SCHILLER.

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THE WRECK OF THE SCHILLER. The Empress Augusta of Germany has just for- warded, through Count Munster, the German Am- bassador, a magnificent gold and jewelled bracelet to Mrs. Dorrien Smith, in recognition of that lady's atten- tion to the German passengers and crew of the steamer Schiller, wrecked off the SciJIy Isles on the 7th of May, 1875. The bracelet is most artistically set. It is surmounted by the Imperial arms of Germany; in the centre is a large pearl, surrounded with sapphires, having <w the left the Prussian eagle, and on the right the initial of the Empress—on either side a large pearl. Beneath is the Geneva Cross set in rubies. At the back is the following inscription :—" Augusta, Em press of Germany, to E. A. M. Dorrien Smith, in grate- ful acknowledgment of kindness shewn to Germans at the wreck of the Schiller, on the 7th of May, 1875." Two very elegant brooches, surmounted with the Im perial crown, have also been forwarded to two ladies of Penzance who distinguished themselves by their kindness to the sufferers on that occasion.

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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