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REMINISCENCES OF A FORMER…

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THE CARMARTHEN SCHOOL BOARD.

THE LATE EARL MAYO.

THE TICHBORNE CASE.

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MONEY MARKET.—TUESDAY.

BRISTOL STOCK EXCHANGE.—YESTERDAY.

HAY AND STRAW MARKET.—TUESDAY.

LIVERPOOL CORN MARKET —TUESDAY.

SHEFFIELD CORN MARKET.—TUESDAY.

CORK BUTTER MARKET.—TUESDAY.

CURIOUS CHARGE OF FRAUD.

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CURIOUS CHARGE OF FRAUD. Mr. Frederick Cox, described as honorary secretary of the Free Dormitory Association, appeared before Mr. Newton, at the Marlborough street police court, on Monday, on a curious charge of fraud. It was alleged that, by means of illegally using the names of several well-known nobleman and ministers ot religion, he had succeeded in collecting 23,000 last year, besides two sums of 21,000 each, sent by anonymous donors, the whole of which money he had fraudulently used for his own purposes. —————

THE " CONSEQUENTIAL" CLAIMS.

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