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EPITOME OF NEWS.

TWO SAD CATASTROPHES IN AMERICA.

SENTENCE OF DEATH.

ISTATE OF IRELAND.

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) THE SALVATION ARMY.i

A SHARP DETECTIVE.

EXECUTION AT LINCOLN

EXHIBITION OF IRISH LACE.

THE CHINESE NAVY.

A NAVAL RELIC.

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A SPECIAL warehouse temperanoe meeting has been held, under the auspices of the City of London Total Abstainers' Union, at the premises of Messrs. Pawson and Co., St. Paul's-churchyard. Mr. Alderman Wnitehead occupied the chair, and the meeting was addressed by Mr. Richard Parainore, F.R.C.S., the Rev. Newman Hall, LL.B., and the chairman. SIR THOMAS FROST, Mayor of Chester, has presented to the Corporation a series of historic and valuable portraits of the Earls of Chester, originally in possession of the family of Sir Thomas Stanley, Bart., of Hovton. The eight earls now adorning Chester Town Hall were Kings of the district from 10b'9 tc 1237. The line then became extinct with John the Scot. The suc- ceeding earls were invariably eldest sons of Kings of England, the Dresent Earl of Chester being the PriiTce of .Wales.