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MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. A landslip has occurred near Bergen. Nine per- sons were killed by the accident. The international billiard match in Paris has resulted in a victory for the American champion, *JSlosson, by 447 points. It is stated that M. Tissot, the French Ambas- sador at Constantinople, has been offered the post of ambassador to this country. Lord John Manners, who had been recovering from his recent iilness, has had a relapse, and is again unable to leave his room. A Bombay telegram of Saturday's date says:— Serious apprehensions are entertained with regard to a deficiency in the crops in Mysore. On Sunday the Duke and Duchess of Connaught, •with the infant princess and suite, left Bagshot for "Windsor Castle, where they will remain for several w p e k-,q. At the Leeds Assizes a woman named Ann Thompson, aged 50, has been sentenced to eighteen months' imprisonment for throwing vitriol upon another woman. The Jewish community at Pesth, who number 50.000, will send to the English bishops an address of thanks for their sympathy with the fiussian ind German Jews. At Cambridge Assizes on Friday week Sarah Haylocfe, of Ely, who attempted to poison her jaildrea with laudanum, was sentenced to eighteen uionths' imprisonment. The two Newmarket poachers, Howe and Sur- \-idge, for brutally assaulting two gamekeepers, were at the Cambridge Assizes sentenced to seven ,ars' penal servitude each. Andre Gill, the French caricaturist, who was to.-ifined at Charenton, and has now recovered 'rom his attack of insanity, has written a curioud paper on the life at Charenton. Tuesday being the anniversary of the death of fius IX. a solemn requiem mass for the repose of 3is soul was sung in the Sixtine Chapel. The Absolution was given by the Pope. March 21 has been fixed for the launch of the turret-ship Colossus from the Portsmouth Dock- yard. Electricity will, it i\ said, be brought into requisition in starting the vessel. Letters have been received from the Rev. Stephen Gladstone, rector of ilawarden, announe- ing his arrival, in improved health, at Gibraltar, on board Mr. Brassey's yacht Sunbeam. The British and Irish Sugar Refinery Company, which formerly carried on an extensive business at Plymouth for over a quarter of a century, re- solved on Friday week to wind up its affairs. An Alexandria telegram states that the Inter- national Sanitary Council on Tuesday abolished the quarantine restrictions on vessels from Aden, but continued them for vessels from India. A telegram from Pesth announces that the Hun- garian newspapers contain a number of reports regarding the reiuforcement of the Russian troops (in the western and south-western frontiers of the empire. The Rev. Dr. Crowtber writes to contradict the statement that at a Roman Catholic funeral at Bramshott, near Petersfield, he delivered an ad- dress from within the altar rails of the church. The death is announced as having taken place at Calais, at, the age of 80, of Mr. James .John Bodkin, of Kilclooney. Galway, for some time a member of the Imperial Parliament for the Countv of Ralway. At the Board of Trade inquiry at Dundee on Saturday into the abandonment of the steamer Loch Ap, the court found t}->f! vessel was over- laden fifteen inches, and returned the officer's cer- tificate. The iron ship Tubal Cain, of Liverpool, is be- lieved to have been lost on a voyage from Singa- pore to San Francisco. She had a large crew on board, and the value of the ship is estimated at about £ 35,000. The Berlin correspondent of the Mornivg Post says:-Prince Victor Napoleon, the Pretender to the French throne, is about to commence his sUidiesat, Heidelberg. His father, Prince Napoleon, also received a German education. The Lake of Constance is now lower than at any time since 1805. At Hoernlin, on the Swiss side, some interesting Lacustrine habitations have been laid bare, and several valuable finds of nephrite axes and other objects have been made. The Berlin correspondent of the Marring Post says:—The Grand Duchess Wladimir of Russia is now seriously ill. Her Imperial Highness has not recovered from the effects of her recent confine- .nent. The Daily -1-eics correspondent at Maritzburg states that, according to telegrams received from Cape Town, an agreement has been arrived at be- tween the Home and Colonial Governments with "egard to Basutoland. A Central News telegram from Vienna, dated yesterday, says:—In the Lower House of the Keichsrath to-day the tax on petroleum was voted by 157 against 135. This is considered a great victory for the Government. The political trial at Charkoff will commence to-day. There are nine accused, viz., three nobles, one citizen, one student, and four young men of seventeen, the sons of small tradesmen. The trial will take place before the military court. A telegram received through Router's Agency from St. Petersburg on February 8 says:—A change for the worse has occurred in the condition of the Grand Duchess Marie Paulowna. Her Imperial Highness passed a restless.night, and fever hasjfnow appeared. A meeting of gentlemen who had been associated with the late Mr. G. E. Street was held last week at the Institute of British Architects, at which it was resolved to place a statue or other sculptured memorial giving a portrait of Mr. Street in the Royal Courts of Justice. A Vienna telegram says:—It appears that im- mediately after General Scobeleff's speech the Russian Government spontaneously tendered an explanation to Austria. The probabilities are that under any circumstances, the Austrian Govern- ment would have ignored it altogether. I A telegram, dated St. Petersburg, Saturday, says:—Colonel Agrandwitch is ordered to proceed to the Persian frontier, to regulate the relations between the Russian and Persian nomads in that region, and to put a stop to the hostilities occur- ring from time to time between them. George Rose, a hatter, was brought up at Stock- port on Saturday, having given himself up to the police for assisting in Lieutenant Roper's murder and in the Hatton Garden robbery. The prisoner, who now said he did not remember making the confession, was given over to his friends. A telegram from Washington, dated Saturday, says :—Mr. iilaine has written a letter to President Arthur, dated the 3rd inst., stating that the late President Garfield warmly approved the proposed Congress of American States. It is understood that President Arthur has not revoked the invita- tion, but that, as Congress is now assembled, he will be controlled by its decision. The Daih; correspondent at Geneva tele- graphs :—Mr. Cunningham, an Englishman, and four Chamounix guides, after making a six days' tour round MO:1t. Blanc by Courmayeur and the Col de Geant, succeeded in reaching the summit of the mountain. Only once before has the ascent of Mont Blanc been accomplished at this season. The Home Secretary has intimated to Dr. Cameron, M.P., that he has given orders for the Mease of the girl Mary Jane Park from the Glasgow Lochburn Industrial School. This was the girl who was flogged whilst naked in that school, and afterwards put under a spray bath, by order of the matron, against whom she has since obtained damages for assaulr. On Sunday evening a woman named Martha Hawking, residing at Devonport, was found in her room on tire. She was in a state of nudity, and was frightfully burnt in various parts of her body. She A'as at once conveyed to the Royal Albert Hospital, .vhere she expired in fearful agony. A bottle con- fining oil and a lamp, damaged by fire, were near zbe unfortunate woman when she was discovered. On Saturday afternoon the body of Mr. George Chadwick, of the firm of Chadwick and Sons, iron- founders, Eagle Foundry. Wrexham, North Wales, was found in the Do-, at King's Mills, about a mile from Wrexham. Deceased was last seen on Friday evening, in his usual state of health, and his move- ments from that time are shrouded in mystery. Whether death was owing to accident, design, or foul piay there is at present nothing to show. A daring burglary was committed on Sunday evening on the estate of Mr. Wav, Denham-place, near Uxbridge. Mrs. Durant, the wife of the gamekeeper, was followed into her cottage by two masked men, who knocked her down and threa- tened to shoot her. She threw her purse out of doors to prevent them stealing it, but they managed to secure about £ 20. Mrs. Durant was afterwards found almost speechless from fright. Frederick Purchase, a coachman, was brought up at the Westminster police-court on Friday week, charged on remand with unlawfully causing the death of Ann Webb, a widow, by striking her on the head with his fist, at a public-house in Knights- bridge, on the night of the 13th ult. An inquest had been held on the body of the woman, and a verdict of manslaughter was returned against the accused, who was committed for trial on that charge. Grave news, says the Vienna correspondent of the Telegraph, has just been received from th3 j province of Galicia, where seventeen Ruthenians have been arrested on a charge of being concerned in a treasonable conspiracy. They are said to have been somehow connected with the Panslavist movement, and the Poles repudiate all complicity in the business. It is feared, however, that this may be but the beginning of farther serious com- plications. An application was made to Mr. Justice Kay on Saturday for an injunction to restrain the father of three of the boys recently found by Mr. Littler, Q.C., in a state of slavery in Constantinople, from obtaining the custody of their children. They are now in Ur. Barnardo's Home, London, and it was \tated that the father would probably bring them up to degraded lives. The judge granted an in- junction until the hearing of the summons for ap- pointing guardians of the boys. At Belfast, Friday week, the students of Queen's College there, to the number of between 350 and 1-00, marched through the streets of the town in celebration of the burial" of the Queen's Univer- litv of Ireland, which has now ceased to exist. In Tout was a coffin, on which lay the gowns of an M A. and a B.A. When the procession returned to she college ground a grave was dug, and after an »ration had been delivered the interment of 6 Queen's College, Belfast," was duly proceeded (vith. I Stephen Ellis, a convict undergoing penal ser- vitude for life at Chatham for attempted murder, on Saturday made a desperate attempt upon the life of a warder named James Stephenson. He struck him a blow with a spade, inflicting a terrible wound, and while Stephenson was on the -round Ellis took his sword frcm him, and was Pbout to stab him with it, but was prevented by nnthpr convict named Eames, who received a 0und in the throat Ellis was secured with great vf&cuifr-. Another JJde.?tru< live, hurricane prevailed on Saturday at Hamrnerfest. ) Saturday at Hamrnerfest. Mrs. Girling, head of the Shaker community, k I Itery ill, and his been removed to Ipswich. Sir Rivers Wilton has left for Paris, to attend tte monthly meeting of the Suez Canal directors. I 4. residentiary canonry in Carter bury Cathedral baa becoffi vacant by the decth of the Rev. Wm. Stolle.. The income of the United Synagogues in the kingdom wa", b3t year £22,891, and the expendi- ture £ 2,731. 2 Mr. Justice Fry is suffering from indisposition and was unable to take his seat on the bench on Monday. rh Jersey authorities have resolved to prohibit the importation if cattle from Corunnaand Oporto from the 13th inst. The hicrh sheriff has fixed the execution of Tc-mpleton. tha Burnley murderer, for the 12th inst., st Manchester A Penzance correspondent "eports that the now EddYQTon, lighthouse was lighted for the first tiniu on Friday w>ek. Private Donald Bell, of the 21st Fusiliers, fell out gt a railway carriage ftt Ratho Junction on Friday week, and died on Saturday. John Mahoney, at trie Southwark police-court, been sent to prison for six montli3 for cruelly beating and ill-using his wife. The Halifax industrial Society have resolved to sell their library ft, L250 to the Halifax Corpora- tion for the new public library. The marriage of Mr. Charles Lindsay Scott with Ladv Agnes Tollemache, sister of the Earl of Dvsart, took place on Saturday. The wood pavement in Piccadilly, London, which was laid down less than two years a, has been taken up to be relaid on concrete. Sir James Ingham has issued a warrant for the arrest-of the Marquess of Huntly for fraudulently obtaining £ 2,000 from William Gardner. The Rev. Dean Higgle. P.P.. V.G., Tralee, was on Sunday solemnly consecrated Roman Catholic Bishop of Kerry, in the c- hedral, Killarney. Sir Robert Peel has written expressing his de- sire to address the Conservative working men of Salisbury on the first available opportunity. Mr. Charles Chapman Barber, one of the counsel engaged for the Crown in the great Tichborne prosecution, died suddenly on Sunday night. At the London Bankruptcy Court on Monday the failure was announced of William Turner, builder, of Chelsea, with liabilities estimated at £ 80,000. At the Leeds ssize, on Saturday, John Lewis, a collier, was awarded L390 damages for injuries sustained by an accident on the Midland Railway. It is stated that the re-publication of the article on "The Crisis in Servia," in the February number of the Covte/nporaiy Review, has been prohibited in Austria. There were at the close of last wool* nineteen of small-pox in tha Dewsbury Workhouse Hospital. Seventeen of th? patients were un- vaccinated. A public meeting, at which over 2,000 persons were present, was held in the Music-hail, Aberdeen, on Saturday evening, in favour of the disestablish- ment of the. Church in Scotland. At a cost of £ 27,000, the Senate of the Royal University for Ireland has purchased the main buildings'of the Dublin Exhibition Palace for the university building and offices. It has ber-n decided at Hastings to form a com- pany, with a capital of 50.000. for the purpose of introducing the Brush electric light into the town for general lighting purposes. At tho general assembly, held at the Royal Aca- demy of Arts on Monday evening, Mr." Joseph Edgar Boehm, sculptor, was elected Royal Acade- mician in room of the late Mr. Street. Mr. Nicholson, M.A., of Trinity College, librarian of the London Institution, was on Saturday elected librarian of the Bodleian Library, Oxford. His election is subject to the approval of convocation, More football accidents are reported. At Wrex-! ham on Saturday, in the match Ruthin v. Druids, j one man fell and dislocated his elbow, and another was so badly injured that he had to retire from the game. A St. Petersburg telegram says M. Katkoff has been appointed a Privy Councillor. Count Peter Schouvaloff has been appointed Chief of the Administration of the Appanages, recently re- organised. The Queen has been graciously pleased to ap- prove the appointment of the Rev. Dr. J. M. Strachan, M.D., to the bishopric of Rangoon, vacant by the resignation of the Right Rev. Dr. Titcomb, D.D. A Constantinople telegram says:—The Grand Cordon of the Osmanlie has been conferred bv the Sultan upon Marshal Von Moltke, Prince" Bis- marck's son-in-law, and a number of generals in the German army. A N-ienna telegram announces that the manager of the Austrian small arms manufactory has left for Paris, on account of a large order from the Government of France for the supplv of repeating rifles in the army. A meeting will be held at the Mansion House, under the presidency of the Lord Mayor, on the 14th inst., for the promotion of the objects of the "Association for the Development of British Woollen Industries." Mr. Charles L. Easthke. keeper and secretary of the National Gallery, has been elected a member of the governing body of Westminster School, in place of the Dean of St. Paul's, resigned. Mr. Eastlake was educated at Westminster. Replying to a resolution recently passed by the Heckmondwike Conservative Association, Lord Salisbury says lie believes that the opinions they express are becoming more and more every day the convictions of the mass of the English people. The Daily Kews understands the party who will accompany Cetywayo to England will consist of the following chiefs :—Ngcongcwana, Posile, and Ngobozana, and also two men of rank, Mgamzeni and Mkuyana. They will be accompanied by four attendants. The Windermere Hydropathic Company (Limited) have just issued their annual report. The estab- lishment was opened in March last, and out of the profits on the nine months' working the direc- tors propose a dividend at the rate of 5 per cent. per annum. At the London Bankruptcy Court on Monday ap- plication was made to commit The O'Donoghue, M.P.. for contempt in not attending to pass the public examination. Counsel stated that the hon. member was negotiating to annul the bankruptcy. The case was adjourned. James Barnard and John Paisley have been charged at Bow-street police-court, the one with stealing, and the other receiving, large quantities of fruit from a firm in Covent-garden Market. It was stated that the total loss sustained by the prosecutor amounted to £500. Mr. J. L. Tools, the popular comedian, has been honoured by a special mark of favour by his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, who has presented him with a valuable scarf-pin, set in onyx and diamonds, as a souvenir of the recent perfor- mances given at Sandringham. A meeting of the shareholders in the Haven Gold Mining Company was held on Monday, at which a committee. was appointed with power to recommend a liquidator, and to confer with the shareholders with a view to an application being made for voluntary liquidation. On Monday the Manchester county coroner held an inquest on the body of Henry Arthur Skelton, which was found in a garden at "Higher Broughton on Saturday. The jury returned a verdict of, "Suicide whilst in a state of unsound mind," and offered their condolence to the family. In the Washington House of Representatives on Saturday a resolution was reported from the foreign committee requesting President Arthur to give notice to the British Government of the ter- mination of certain provisions of the Treaty of Washington relative to the fisheries. During January the Cape Government Emigra- tion Agent sent to the colony 313 emigrants, as against 183 in the corresponding month of last against 183 in the corresponding month of last year. They consisted of 234 artisans of various kinds and domestic servants, 55 agriculturists, and 24 recruits for the Cape Mounted Riflemen. The alarming increase of street mendicancy in London was on Monday discussed at a meeting of the Charity Organisation Society, Sir Charles Trevelyan remarking that if this were not checked troops of sturdy beggars would parade the streets. and their conduct would become intolerably dangerous. ° In veply to a letter from the Bishop of Truro on the subject of the proposed Sunday Closing for Cornwall, the Archbishop of Canterbury writes The only chance of a Bill dealing with Cornwall separately would be if the Cornishmen could send up a united request for it, such as came from Wales or Ireland. By 286 votes to 133, the Italian Chamber of Deputies on Saturday adopted a resolution ap- proving of the scrutin dr liste. Signor Depretis, the Premier, said the Government had thought it right to make the adoption of the scrutin de liste a Cabinet question, and if the Bill were rejected the Government would resign. A "Central News" telegram from St. Peters- burg, dated Tuesday, says:—An Omsk telegram states that Mr. Gordon Bennett has ordered Daner- hauer to suspend for the present his search for the rema inder of the crew of the Jeannette, and return to New York with the nine sailors already rescued. While a surfaceman was patrolling the Dundee and Arbroath Railway on Sunday night he dis- covered that a metal railway chair, a pickaxe, and a wooden key had been placed on the down line of rails at intervals of a yard or two apart. This is the third attempt made within a few months to wreck trains on this line. At Thornhill, near Dewsbury, Tuesday morning, on the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, an express train ran into a goods train during a dense fog. The engine and tender of the express left the rails, a.nd ran down the embankment. The driver was seriously hurt. but the passengers escaped with a shaking. The rolling stock was much A meeting of practical aeronauts and scientists was held in London on Saturday, when the pro- posed voyage in a balloon across the English Channel was discussed, and the matter finally arranged. Mr. Simmons will be accompanied by Colonel Brine, R.E., and these will be the only voyagers. Canterbury or Ashford will be the starting place, and the date is fixed for about the 14th of the present month. This will be the first balloon trip across the Channel in a scientific sense of the word. The Geneva Bund announces that Herr Karl Gehmia, of Berne, afts: a. series of experiments extending over several years, has succeeded in producing artificial mother-of-pearl, indis- tinguishable in every respect from the natural article. It can be moulded in any shape, produced in any colour, is impervious alike to summer heat and winter cold, and its price will be much less than that of ordinary mother-of-pearl. The Treaty of Commerce between France and Spain was signed on Monday. I Some old houses at Sedgelev have fallen seriously injuring six persons. One woman is not expected to live. The appointment of Dr. Dornby, head master of Eton, as one of her Majesty's honorary chaplains, was gazetted on Tuesday. For the last few days a London detective has been in Bournemouth making inquiries in connec- tion with the Lamson case. A retired builder at Liskeard on Monday com- mitted suicide by cutting his throat whilst labour- ing under a religious mania. In consequence of an outbreak of hydrophobia the whole pack of the Western foxhounds in Corn- wall have had to be destroyed. The Berlin correspondent of the Morning Post says :—Mr. Goschen is said to be very well satisfied with the results of his stay in Berlin. The partial adoption of the new revolving rifle by the French troops will necessitate its introduc- tion into tha ranks of the German troops. i-t-Lady Adelaide Emelina Caroline Law, wife of the Rev. Frederick Henry Law, rector of Lee, Kent, died on her way to Rome on Friday last. A theatre and opera house is in course of erection in Bournemouth. Mr. Toole's services have been secured for the first night's performance. The recent return of the Hon. Guy Dawnay as member for the North Riding was celebrated by a dinnor given on Monday night at Richmond. At the Wrexham police-court on Monday Thomas Jones, aged ten vears, was ordered to be flogged for robbing another boy. aged nine, on the highway. Professor Mommsen is cited to appear before a law court on the 7th inst. to answer a charge of libel which Prince Bismarck has preferred against him. A van on the Northern Railway at Paris has been broken open and a bag containing 10,000 francs stolen. A railway servant has been arrested on suspicion. Mr. Brandon Matthews has in the press a new edition of the dramatic essays of Charles Lamb, with a dissertation on his talents as a dramatist and reviewer. Negotiations have been completed for the ap- pearance early in May of Mrs. Langtrv and a specially organised company at the Royalty Theatre, Glasgow. The Queen has sent to Madame Marie-Roze a valuable bracelet in.remembrance of the pleasure afforded to her Majesty when she sang at Osborne on December 29. On Sunday night a Wesleyan local preacher, named Richard Wakefield, whilst driving home from Wadebridg-e, Cornwall, was thrown out of his trap and killed. Unexpected success attended the'opening of the salmon fishing on the Tav on Monday, the takes being heavier than had been the case'on the open- ing day for several years. The formal opening of the Camberwell, Peck- ham, and Dulwich new Conservative Club, which has been erected in Hanover Park, Peckham, took place on Monday night in the premises of the club. The compositors employed on several Madrid journals have struck for an increase of wages, and the papers in question are in consequence unable to appear. It is feared that the strike will extend. Mr. W. Nicholson, Conservative member for Newark, was entertained in the borough at a banquet on Monday night, when about 150 pro- minent members of the Conservative party were present. At the Liverpool Assizes on Monday a collier named Dickinson was found guilty of the man- slaughter of Joseph Middlehurst. at Wigan, on the 21st ult. He was sentenced to fifteen years' penal servitude. The Queen's Bench Division on Monday granted a rule nisi for a new trial in the case of Laurence v. Lord Townshend, tried last week, on the ground that the verdict was against the weight of evidence. ° The Rev. James Stormonth, author of the Etymological Dictionary," the Handy Dic- tionary," "Manual of Scientific Terms," "Handy English Word Book," &c., died in Edinburgh on Sunday at the age of 57. A Daily JYeics telegram from New York states that the incoming steamers report heavy weather at sea. Four were delayed 24 hours outside Sandy Hook by a furious snowstorm. They came in completely coated with ice. A Berlin Reuter's telegram says:—A private telegram from St. Petersburg states that the police have arrested a person who was suspected of an intention to assassinate M. Pobedonosceff, Procu- rator-General to the Holy Synod. Holton Hall, near Halesworth, Suffolk, the resi- dence of Mr. Charles Easton, was on Sunday almost totally destroyed by fire. A collection of valuable pictures by Sir Benjamin West, Holbein, and other masters was destroyed. George King, said to be the last of a desperate gang known as the "Shooting Burglars," was tound guilty at the Middlesex Sessions on Monday of attempted burglary, and was sentenced to two years' imprisonment with hard labour. The Weslevans of Bournemouth have decided to erect to the memory of the late Rev. Dr. Punshon a handsome Wesleyan chapel at a cost of some 15,000. Plans have been drartv-n, :1.00 a. con- siderable sum promised towards the aroeant re- quired. A "Reuter's" telegram from Constantinople, dated February 6, says :—The Sultan's palace at Dolma-Bagtche is being made ready for the special mission of the Emperor of Germany. Decorations for the various members of the mission are being prepared. An adjourned inquest was held at Slough on Tuesday on the body of Francis Carter, which was found in a brickfield at Stoke Poges on the 30th of January The jury returned a verdict of "Wilful murder" against some person or per- sons unknown. The trade and navigation accounts issued on Tuesday show that the value of imports into the United Kingdom during January was £ 32,019,000, against £ 28,742,000 in the same month last year. The exports amounted to X19,820,000, against X17,318,000 last year. Mr. Fawcett will introduce his two Bills for giving legal sanction to the scheme for insuring letters containing money and jewels up to X25 either shortly after the session begins or after Easter,accordingas a good opportunity for speedily passing them offers itself.

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HEAVY PENALTY FOR A KISS.

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FATAL BOILER EXPLOSION.

SCHOOL BOARD FOR ST. DOGMELL'S.

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THE MURDER OF A PEMBROKESHIRE…

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LOCAL LAW CASE.

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WELSH EDUCATION REFORM.

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DISTURBING THE SALVATION ARMY…

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CARDIFF MARINELISURANCE COMPANY.

THE SHEFFIELD POISONING CASE.

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KILLED BY AN OSTRICH.

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FENIANISM AT BRADFORD.

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A WELSH CLERICAL SLANDER CASE.

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THE REPRESENTATION OF WESTMINSTER.

DEATH OF SIR WILLIAM PALIJSER,

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THE ALLEGED EMBEZZLEMENT BY…

THE POACHING AFFRAY NEAR PEMBROKE.

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