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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.

------SEVERN AND WlrE RAILWAY…

WILLS AND BEQUESTS.

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HOUSE OF LORDS.—FRIDAY.

. -HOUSE OF COMMONS.—EHIDAY.

Correspondence.

.,. DR. TRENCH AND DISSENT.

THE TORY MEETING IN THE SOPHIAI…

THE CONSERVATIVE FETE.

THE PROPOSED INVITATION 10…

AGRICULTURISTS AND THEIR LABOURERS.

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GLAMORGANSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS.…

THE EXPERIMENTS UPON THE GLATTON.'

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THE ÉKGINEvIEN OF THE STEAM…

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.-CARDIFF.

NEWPORT.

SWANSEA.

ABERDARE.

TREDEGAR.

RHYMNEY.

I BRECON.

MERTHYR.

MURDER IN THE ISLE OF MAN.

COURT MARTIAL.

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MPW BAXTER ANIX DISESTABLISHMENT.'

LAW AND POLICE.

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The Taima has arrived at Kingstovcn with the GIst Regiment from Canada. A fog trumpet is to be placed at Roche's Point instead of the present bell signal, in conaequence of the stranding of the Guion steamer Nevada. ) At a meeting of the Presbytery of the Iruk Presbyterian Church, on Thursday, the conduct of Admkai Hornby iu opening the Channel Fleet to the public left Sunday was strongly condemned./ TAXING IT COOLLY.—An Englishman and a Greiman were travelling together in a diligence, end both smoking. The German did all in his power to draw his companion into conversation, but to no purpose at one moment he would, with a superabundance of politene^ apologise for drawing his attention to the fact that ttie aah of his cigar had fallen on his waistcoat, or a spark wee endangering hi. neckerchief. At length the Englishman exclaimed, Why the dickons can't you leave me ilnat ? Your coat tail has been buming,for the last ten but I didn't bother you about it." CHOLERA INTELLIGENCE.—The report of the appearance of cholera in Uessarabia (at Khotino) is oon- firmed. Fifty-three persons are fetateft to hum ben attacked since ita outbreak, of whom eleven have died; and, in view of the outbreak of cholera in places near Odessa, orders have been giver, to erect wards in hospital and quarantine buildings in Odessa for persoM who may be attacked there. Cholera is aleo reported to have broken out at Krementchork on the Dnieper, and on the borders of the Government department of which Odessa is the principal seat. The disease at KIaotineIl stated to be of the true Aaiatic type, the patients goffering. • though in some cases mildly, from cramps and vomiting^ and'diarrhoea oollapee occuring in a few hours. Oases Me reported to have occurred in Odessa itself. The disease is abo said to exist at Kiaff Khober, Kicbineff, Ekatetinslar, and Kherfcon. The Journal of St. Petersburg states since the cwnmeneement of the epidemic of cholera in Kiew to Jane 28th, the cases have been 2^28; the reoowiee, 715; deaths, 1,032; cases under ti—taunt, 531. Å- quarantine of ten day. has been ordered to be impoeed at Constantinople and Salina on all arrivals has Russian ports. The master of a British ressel ia reported to hare died at St. Petersburg of cholera.—British, Journal. The first number of a medical journal in Turkish hM just been published at Conatantinbple. aev.t. works have also been published there in the Turkish language.—Medical limes and Oazette. At the Birmingham hhtic OSes, A Tlumte" twenty-seven persons were summoned by Mr. »a-Aj.. th' clerk to the Birmingham School Board, te not sending their children to school in accordanoe wish the provisions of the Elementary Education Act. firoioat cases fines of 2s. 6d. rod eoists were imposed.