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The Wagner's dispute is not yet settled. Mr. Lumley has strong hopes that the motion which come on before Sir J. Parker. in the Roll's Court this (Friday) morning, will decide that the lair cantratrice shall sing at his Opera House, and not at his rivals. It is aaid that a Mr. Kiaderley, of London, is about to con- test the borough of Tralee, with Mr. Maurice O'Connell. It would appear that the story of Mr. Maagher's escape from his exile ill, at least, very problematical, as let'ers have been re- ceived from Mr. Smith O'Brien, of a date subsequent to that of the alleged ercape, which make no mention ot the circum* stance. lha MAJESTY'S STATE BAM.—The Queen gave a state ball last Wednesday evening, at Buckingham Palace, which was numerously attended by the nobility and gentry, nearly 2,000 invitations having been issued; and owing to her Rlnjesty's gracious permission, dispensing with the Couit mourning on this occasion (except for the Ladies of the Household), the ball presented the biilliant and magnificenl characrer usual at the Slate receptions of the Sovereign. A court martial is being held on board the Victory, on the loss of the Birkeoheadj

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EXTRAORDINARY MURDER AND ANNIHILATION…

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AGENTS FOR THE MONMOUTHSHIRE…