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MAY'S BRITISH AND IRISH PRESS GUIDE FOR 1^83. London Frederick L. May, and "o., 159, Piccadily,W.—This is a concise and comprehensive index to the Press of the United Kingdom, con- taining complete lists of the newspapers and periodicals issued ia England, Wales, Scotlaud, Ireland, and the British Isles. It also coc tains a series of maps of the Ur.ited Kingdom, showing the locaizatinn of the newspaper press as well as a short article on advertising as a science and as a success. fo advertisers publishers, and those in any way connected with the press, it is a very interesting a d useful book. in pa?e 21 we find the following remarks: "Six newspapers appear in the Pr nch l tnguiv/e, including four published in the Channel Isla nds, two in German, and two in English, French, an Spanish; besides those there are uine printed in the Welsh language." This is an error as regards the ^papers printed in Welsh: there are at least seventeen newspapers printed in the Welsh language in Wales, besides two in the United Sta.tea of America. THE YOUNG LADIES' JOURNAL.-We have re- CeiJed the Ma-ch part of this excelent journal, and find it full of useful infor mation and amuse- ment. One interesting feature is the coloured Sheet of two designs for alippert, which we are sure will prove acceptable to ladies who are in ending to wo*k presents for their gentlemen iriends, as the slippers ar8 of such a novel cha- acter, Hnu likely to be appreciated by the re- eivera. Fashion for the spring is well illustrated nearly a hundred charming costumes for ladief na children. We also draw attention to the Omestic sid^- rf fhis paper good pracslcal cooke- y rec'pts, suited to rll classes, are alwava to be *ound i t its p?<eres OViPOUND for Coushs and Colds l ma ^d Bronchitis are immediately by n.

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A WALK FROM SALISBURY TO STONEHENGE.

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.J ILATEST & ThXEG&APUIO

THE CORRUPT PRACTICES BILL.…

DE1TH OF LORD EGERTON.

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A"y['MURDERED " WOMAN FOUND.

MISCELLANEOUS.

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THE CHARGES AGAINST THE CARNARVONSHIRE…