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'..• HINTS UF01\[ GARDENING.

BPOSTS AID PASTIMEB.

THE GREAT BATTLE BETWEEN PRUSSIA…

J WARLIKE PREPARATIONS.

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J WARLIKE PREPARATIONS. • ro«r«f^mip0+ur °f 11Au?tria issued, at Vienna, on the 10th of July, the following manifesto: hfiffll1oT.m^I>0Oples,TT^8 misfortune which has nS«f }lo^army.0f North, notwithstanding its ii, resistance to the enemy—the increased of w Fatherland—the calami- V7'1 I17 J1C my belovcd kingdom of Bohemia ■' mv emfiri!Se+lan threaten other parts of sustained hv d painful and irreparable losses devotion and readiness for any self-sacrifice— a reliance on the courage of my amy, whS even misfortune cannot subdue-a reliance upon God Ind Kinstanr"¥ ks not ^ered for f single instant. I have addressed mvself to Emperor of the French, requesting his pood offices for bringing about an armistice with Italv Ttfnf merely did tk. Emperor r«3^ XpSTto S Kl"™' intensiono? any further bloodshed, he even of his own accord hStmties an?for Wlth ?russia for a suspension of nlvL T i opening negotiations for peace. JLms offer I have accepted. I am prepared to make engirt fhfl1™1'«oadititms, in order to put an « T?, F ? Woodshed and ravages of war. Vi,L. Wl^ never sanction a treaty of peace bv as a great °' Austria's position this should bo £ he ease T sm roc i" "iJon6r than that war to the SmiS? ?v° °n my peoples' approval y' and m thls 1 am sure of al' r?»ra by the conscription which hu, Jff large enrolments of volunteers ™TT J^f!? a? K newly-awakened spirit of patriotism arms by "Austria has been severely visiter ,„■» but she is not humiliated or bowed dowi? jiafortuno' "My peoples,—Have confidence in youi i? The peoples of Austria have never shown th't,. ■, greater than in misfortune. reives Wi-Ji follow the example of my forefathers, wiil lead you on with determination, perseverance, and unshakeablo confidence in God. .I^IuAncxs JOSEPH, Given at my residence in the capital of Vienna, this tenth day of July, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-six." ¡¡rr:a

SENDING BAD MEAT TO TIlE LONDON…

WOMAN AND HER HUSBAND.

FACTS AND FACETI2E. .

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