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bIR H. LAYARD AND THE PORTE.:

ENGLAND AND TURKEY.

TEE CONFLICT WITS ALBANIANS.

THE AMO.\N ELANDS.

TEE OF THE BACCHANTE.

DEATH OF A GERMAN DUKE. -

- SPANISH SUGAR DUTIES.

THE PRESIDENCY OF THE FRENCH…

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TLE ur lH ..\JIERICá WAR.

AFGHANISTAN.

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SIR CBAtsl.ES DILKt.; ON THE…

qEE HEALTH OF MS. TORR M.P..…

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THE I DISTRESS IN IRELAND.

NIHILISM IN ST. PETERSBURG.

THE GARIBALDI DIVORCE SUIT.

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THE HEALTH OF THE RUSSIA.fREdS.

THE 24TH AT RORRE'S DRIFr.

THE DUKE OF CUMBERLAND.

TRE SEVERN TUNNEL.

CAERLEON ENDOWED SCHOOLS.

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THE BISHOP OF MANCHESTER'S…

MR. ARTHUR E. GUEST AT CARDIFF.…

THE LIVING OF GELLIGAES.

THE CABINET COUNCIL.

THE PREMIER AND HIS TENANTS.

ABERDARE BOARD OF HEALTH.

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NEWPORT BANKRUPTCY CASES.

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NEWPORT BANKRUPTCY CASES. MOTION TO SET A SIDE A BILL OF SALE.—Oa Wedcesday, at the Nawport County CourHbefore Mr. J. M. Herbert), a motion was made to aet aside a bill of Bale re B. and A. King, piotura dealers. Mr. Lawrence (instructed by Moaara. W. J. andH.G Hoy d) was counsel for the trueteat in barkrnptcy Mr. Poole was oounael for Mr. L Freedmaa, the holder of the bill of aale. Eia Hnocr, having heard the learned counael oa each side. Bitid he would consider hia judgment. ANOTHER fILL OF SALS CASE.—E.X parte E. G. B"lGing, f6 HabberReId. Mr. LaWHlJCe (tUMttuoted by Mesara. Gibba and tlcwt-II)m) faa counsel for the trustee; Mr. Oliver, 8olio)!or, appeared for himself. HIj< L-bLcur. aiter bearing the evidsnce, declared that the bill ui eale was fraudulent, that the X.10 be pMd into at,urt, and that the gooda taken bN Patfons be valued.

COUNTY COURTS.

BANKRUPTS, LIQUIDATIONS, &c.

Family Notices

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