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-.-RESULTS OF THE WELSH ELECTIONS.

DEATH OF THE REV DR. RALEIGH.

SUPPOSED LOSS OF THE "ATALANTA."

RESULTS OF THE GENERAL ELECTION.

IPASTORS' COLLEGE ANNUAL CONFERENCE.

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MR J. H. PULESTON, M.P.

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have secured seats in the House of Commons. They are all Liberals, viz. :-Mr James Howard, Bedfordshire; Mr A. M'Arthur, Leicester; Alder- man W. M'Arthur, Lambeth; Mr J. C. Clarke, Abingdon Mr W. S. Allen, Newcastle- under- Lyme; Mr D. Jenkins, Falmouth; Mr J. Brog- den, Wednesbury; Mr K. B. Mackie, Wakefield; and Mr' H. Fowler, Wolverhampton. Mr S. R. Edge and Mr S. D. Waddy, who sat as Liberals in the late Parliament for Newcastle under- Lyme and Sheffield, have lost their seats. The two Conservative Wesleyan candidates, Mr Atkinson for Hull, and Mr Bell for Stockport, were at the bottom of the poll in each case. Her Majesty held a Council at Windsor on Tuesday, Sir W. Hart-Dyke, M.P., the Hon. Robert Bourke, M.P., Mr Beresford Hope, M.P., and Lieutenant-General Sir Heny F. Ponsonby, K.C.B., were sworn as members of the Privy Council. Mr Stephen Cave, Mr Cross, Sir Stafford Northcote, and Lord John Manners were severally introduced, and invested with the riband and badge of Knights Grand Cross of the Bath. The Hon. A. F. O. Liddell and Mr John Tilley were invested with the riband and badge of Knights Commanders of the same order. Viscount Cran- brook was invested with the grand Cross of tha Star of India. Mr Edmund Harrison, Mr T. J. Nelson, Captain Thomas Ouppage Bruse, R.N., and Mr Algernon Borthwick received the honour of knighthood.

SPEECH BY MR HERBERT GLADSTONE.

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