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COLONEL PULLEINE AT ISANDULA,…

THE RECOVERY OF THE COLOURS.…

LOCAL MEN AMONG THE KILLED…

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DEAN STANLEY AT WOOLWICH.…

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LETTER FROM A WELSH SOLDIER.

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- THE ROYAL MARRIAGE TREATY.'

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FARM HOUSE MORALITY IN MONMOUTHSHIRE.…

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DISTRESSING ACCIDENT AT DOWLAIS.

LAUNCH OF A GUION STEAMER.

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IIMPORTANT CASE UNDER THE…

ROYAL NATIONAL LIFEBOAT INSTITUTION.…

THE LEASING OF CWMAVON WORKS.

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STRANGE CONDUCT OF A FATHER.

ALLEGED MALICIOUS ACT UPON…

I THE VALUE OF HUMAN LIFE.

ROYAL VISIT TO OXFORD. -

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ROYAL VISIT TO OXFORD. The Prince of Wales, the Crown Prince and Princess of Germany, and Prince William of Prussia, accompanied by the Countess Beuhl, Count Seckendorf, General the Hon. A. Vrding, an! other members of their suite, and the Dean of Westminster, visited Oxford on Tuesday. The Royal party, who were warmly received, drove from the station to Magdalen College, and then inspected the chapel at All Souls and the Bodleian Library, and afterwards honoured the Dean of Christchurch and Mrs. Liddell with their company at luncheon, leaving Oxford again by the half-past four train on the Great Western Railway.

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THE RESTORATION OF LLANDAFF…

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