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1THE COURT. --

POLITICAL GOSSIP. -

ITHE ARTS, LITERATURE, &c.j

[ The Situation of Austria.

Affairs in Turkey.

ThePrMt™S,eSt^I'';USSlT- .

--._"-3 The Queen's University,…

OUR MISCELLANY.

ALARMING ACCIDENT ON THE BLACKWALL…

"Derby, Dizzy, & Co." (A Card);…

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Hard Lines." (See Lord Derby's Speech, Monday, July 9th.) Here's a task to put temper and taot to their'mettle, In these heats of July to be worked off our legs, While, betwixt men and places, the problem we settle Given more pegs than holes, to find holes for eur pegs." For Cabiaet-makiag was always hard labour, E'en with good stook-in-trade and one's toolslweli 1w on edge, But to take up the business, when dropped by a neigh. bour, With one's stuff all unseasoned, one's tools: all in pledge- With the cramp in one's limbs, and one's hand out of practice, One's old shopmates rusty, one's young 'nns untried— iVe'd never have opened the shop, but the fact is, There's a party behind us as won't be denied. iVeVe done all we could to enlarge our connections, New capital into the firm tried to bring; 3ut the party from over the way had objections, And we're forced to fall back on] the old style of thing. So here goes for a venture: put up the old fixtures; Set out the old show-glass; display the old bills; T 'e',ve OD^ ?'d Bk°°ki we must try on new mixtures, Let's hope, if old firms go, we'll get their good-wills.

Carol by a Country Bumpkin.

How Truly Sweet I

Dialogue.

SINGULAR DEATHS OF A WIFE…

TWO DOCTORS THAT DIFFERED.t…