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SUMMER.

«— A RIVER THOUGHT.

A SMILE,

MRS. CAUDLE'S CURTAIN LECTURES.

HOUSE OF LORDS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

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DISCOVERY OF GUANO.

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The Late Duel at Gosport.

CIRCUIT OF THE PRINCIPALITY…

CROWN OFFICE, JUNE.

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Officers' widows received from Lord Hill, when Commander- in-Chief, the kindest attention. On being aekeu how ho MANAGED :0 prevent their taking up more time than he could spare, he re- plied, smiling, "Why, in the roomw ERE I receive them there s only one chair; I ask them to sit down they are sorry to see ne standing, so they do not stay very Life of Lord Hill. LABOUR PROVIDED BY RAILWAY?.— >>T some idea may be orroed of the immense stimulus the trade of the country would ierive from the formation of the contemplated railways, it is necessary to stale that were 2000 mi es of the projected ailways to be constructed, it would give employment to about >00,000 labourers, and 40,000 horses for the next four years.- I he necessary building, sheds, and permanent way would cover JO,000 acres of land, and to lay a double line of rails would re- tire 400,000 tons of iron, -Railway Shareholders Manual.

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OMNIBUS.

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