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Indian Bulletins. Mr. Laing has delivered a long and able speech upon the blunders of the Home Government of India. Upon inquiring, the following pnorning, at the residence of Sir Charles Wood, Punch i»uiid that tha right honourable gentleman was quite as well as could be expected, inas- much as he had been reading the speech for seven hours only, and therefore of course had not as yet been able to understand it. (A Laier Account") Sir Charles Wood has arrived at a knowledge of the fatal truth that he is demolished. With characteristic pluck, he has sent out for the volume of the English Cyclopcedia containing the. article "India," and for Pinnock's Catechism of Arithmetic, with a view to ulterior proceedings. (Later Still.) Sir Charles Wood has discovered that an Anna does not mean a young lady, that Pice is not, as had sup- posed, the Indian plural of Pie, and that Bangles are not things to eat. He meditates a triumphant answer to Mr. Laing. More particulars in our next issue.

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