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T THE TICHBORNE CASE.

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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL OF THE QUEEN AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE. The Queen with Princess Beatrice and Prince Leopold came up to Buckingham Palace from Windsor yester- day. Prince Arthur arrived from Dover. THE PRINCE OF WALES. We are happy to be able to state, on good authority, that his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales continues to improve, and will take part in the procession to- day if the weather should not prove too unfavourable. ARRIVAL OF THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS OF WALES IN LONDON. The Prince and Princess of Wales arrived at Marl- borough House yesterday afternoon. The Prince ap- pears to have recovered wonderfully, and there is every reason to believe that he will take part in the proces- sion. VISIT OF THE PRINCE OF WALES TO YARMOUTH. The Prince of Wales has informed Lord Suffield that in consequence of his going abroad, his visit to Yar- mouth will be curtailed to two or three days. LOSS OF THE BRITISH PRINCE. The Board of Trade enquiry at Liverpool into the loss of the British Prince on the 3rd inst., terminated yesterday by the return to the captain of his certificate. INTIMIDATING WORKMEN, At Birmingham, yesterday, two flax dressers were sentenced to a month's imprisonment, for intimidating two workmen. THE CHICAGO FIRE. At a meeting of the Liverpool, London, and Globe Insurance Company, yesterday, at Liverpool, it was announced that no additional dividend would be paid for the past year, owing to losses through the Chicago fire.

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CHARGE OF MURDER.

THE SEWAGE QUESTION AT LEEDS.

TWENTY-FIVE LIVES LOST.

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