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THE RETURN ROUTE.

THE ILLUMINATIONS.

HOSPITALITY IN THE CITY.

THANKSGIVING DAY IN THE COUNTRY.I

THANKSGIVINGS IN BOMBAY.

CARDIFF.

THANKSGIVING DAY IN WALES.…

THE COUNT DE CHAMBORD.

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THE COUNT DE CHAMBORD. The Count de Cliambord left Antwerp yesterday. THE WICK ELECTION. The official declaration of the Wick poll was published yesterday, and gave a majority for Mr. Pender of 207. EXPECTED NEWS OF DR. LIVINGSTONE. A private letter from Zanzibar, of the 7th January, in- duces the hope that news may be shortly received of Dr. Livingstone. QUEEN'S DRAWING ROOM. The Queen will hold a Drawing Room on March 12. MR. HOLFORD, M P. It is stated that Mr. Holford, one of the members for East Gloucestershire, will shortly retire from Parlia- ment. "r

MONEY MARKET.—TUESDAY.

JShippittg JMeUioence* .

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I THE PROCESSION,