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LIFE IN LONDON. .

! LOW CUT BODICES.

!BURIED ALIVE,

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IMAD KING OTTO.

OPERATIC STARS.

WOLVES NEAR THE RUSSIAN FRONTIER.

A CORNISH ROMANCE.

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A CORNISH ROMANCE. A Penzance correspondent states that in 1832 VViiliam David Brown, a fisherman, of Newlyn, no ir Penz-tnce, was drowned, and the same night his wife died of cholera. They left two orphan Ind., James and Peter. The latter fought at Almn, Balaclava, nnd Inkerman, wis at the sieg8 of Lucknow, and through the Kaffir War. JamflS has just died in America worih £ 400,000, leaving the bulk of his property to his widow and son, but he has bequeathed £ 13,009 and some shares and other property to Petei- Brown. The brothers had not met sinco before 1350. an;t did not hear frotfl each other for 23 years.

Ln— « A SAGACIOUS COLLIE,

GALLANTRY OF A JOURNALIST.

LUCKY MAN I

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