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The Great Bank I'raud. — Intelligence has been received in the City of the capture of Sigmund pietrichstein, a Hungarian, lately residing at Worth- ing, and a habitue of the Jamaica Coffee-house, who stands charged with having on the 29th of August obtained, by means of fraud, from a bank in the City, Bank of England notes to the amount of between £8,000 and £ 9,000. He absconded on the same day. j A few days afterwards a warrant for his apprehension was issued from the Mansion-house, and since then some of the: more skilled of the City detective police- officers have been engaged in an active pursuit of the fugitive, both in this country and on the Continent. He was taken in the city of Pesth on Sunday.: A reward of X200. had been offered for his .apprehension, and a further one of < £ 800 for the recovery of the bank- notes ,in question.: r, Sir Charles Elliot, the Governor of St. Helena, has sent home samples of cotton now growing in that island, with a view to ascertain its value in our market. There is a considerable tract of land assigned to the governor, and as there are numbers of captured-Africans frequently landed there they might, under skilful man- agement, be trained in cotton cultivation, and would thus become very valuable labourers in the West India colonies, to which they might, afterwards be as- signed. The Macon Vintage.—A circular just issued by the Societc de Viticulture of Macon contains the fol- lowing :—" Many rumours respecting the wine crop of 1863 were in circulation before the vintage; now that it is almost terminated we may be permitted to make some observations upon the result. The Macon vine- yards have on the whole produced a quantity of wine inferior to that of the year 1862. The deficiency may be- estimated at a fifth, or a quarter at the outside." But whatever may be wanting' in that respect is more: than compensated for by the quality, which appears to occupy a place midway between that of 1862 and the; extra of 1861. The Wines of 1S63 are of a fine deep colour, and the general opinion is that they will Unwove hrvKh in iini arid Olmlihr in umoiL" Berwick's Baking- Powder is used by thousands of families for raising bread, with half the trouble, and in quarter the time required with yeast, and, for rendering puddings and: pastry light and wholesome. Dr. Hassali remarks, "The in- gredients of which it is composed ate pfore and good, and none of them are in the least. degree injnrLousl" The Queen's private i ba&er aays. It is: a, toost useful:(invention*" Captain Allen !i Young, of the Arctic yacht Fox, states, that "It Keeps well and answers admirably." E. Hamilton; Esq., M.D' FiS.A., observes, that It is much better far raising bread than yeast, and much more wholesome." Fearful loss of life in England takes place simply through the people being ignorant of the fact that there is a medicine in existence that will cure them. Therefore it is oui bounden duty to inform them that PAGE WOODCOCK'S WIXD Piitts are the best and safest medicine for wind in the stomach ndigestion, debility, nervousness, biliousness, &c. Of all medicine vendors, at Is. ljd., or free for fourteen stamps from Paf« Woodcock, Chemist, Lincoln.

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