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PLAYING THE PREROGATIVE.

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On Monday evening, May 20, the Queen, accompanied by the Princess Beatrice, and attended by the Royal suite, left Windsor by special Great Western train for Balmoral. The Queen will not return to Windsor until June 25. The Crown Prince and Princess of Germany concluded their visit to the Queen at Windsor Castle on Monday, and took leave of the Royal family previous to their de- parture for Scotland. The Bagot will case was concluded on Monday, May 20. The finding of the jury was to the effect that the will was made by the testator while he was labouring under an insane delusion that the child was not his but they did not find that there was any undue influence on the part of the testator's brothers. This is a verdict in favour of Mrs. Bagot. A motion for a new trial is expected to be made b the course of a few days, counsel for the testator's brothers having given notice of appeal on the ground of dr- misdirection by the judge. _h- Lord Derby intends contributing ioOO for establishing scholarships in the Liverpool elementary schools. <> At a meeting-of journalists and men of letters, held in Paris, on Saturday, May 18, it was resolved that the Vol- fcaire Centenary should be commemorated by a gathering in one of the largest halls in Paris, presided over by Victor Hugo, the proceeds to be devoted to the poor. The Duke of Cambridge, accompanied by the Adjutant- General and other members of the Horse Guards staff, on Monday, May 20, made an inspection of the troops at Chatham, numbering about 5,000 men. A sham fight afterwards took place under command of General Newdi- gate. HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.—At the change of seasons many persons feel oppressed without knowing why they are so they are aware something within them is wrong, though they cannot detect the defective organ. A few doses of these powerfully purifying and eminently cooling Pills will restore regularity to every part of the system—will cast out all impurities lurking in the frame, and will thor- oughly expel the last traces of disorder, however hidden the d'isea-=e*may be—however obscure^ its cause. With H-I) 'w,)y's medicine relief is insured without risk erron- eous aeti>>ri i-i rectified without disturbing natural regu- lirify, health is re-instated, and with it return the cheer- ful f.!rli I;{. which unmistakably tell the recent invalid I that all within is right again.

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7 MAY 22, 1878.

A WALK ROUND THE PARIS EXHIBITION.

. MR. OSBORNE MORGAN ON LAND…

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ENGLISH CONGREGATIONALISM…

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NORTH WALES QUARRYMEN'S UNION.

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