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THE ROTATORY PARLIAMENTS. The Duke of Leinster has addressed the following letter to his brother:— 1010 London, 6, Carltonhouse-terraee, Sept. I, 1848. "My dearest William,—I have received your circular letter of the 23rd of August and the enclosures, and have no hesitation in .,Etatiiig I am opposed to the plan you propose of having periodical sittings of the imperial Parliament in Ireland. I will not enter into my reasons, as they are so well expressed in an article on the subject in the Dublin Evening Post of 1 ues- day, the 29th of August, and in a letter that I have seen addressed to you by Mr. Arthur L. 0. Guinness, of the 30th of August. "Yours ever affectionately, LEINSTER. The Lord William Fitzgerald." i FATAL ACCIDENT.We regret to announce the death, by drowning of Mr. F. Goold, barrister, eldest son of the late Master Goold, which melancholy event occurred on Thurs- day last, on the coast of Sligo. Mr. Goold, and his brother 1 Robert, were on a visit with Sir R. G. Booth, and on Thurso day morning went out in a boat on the Atlantic to shoot. 3eals. Ill the course of the forenoon a heavy squall came on, ..which upset the boat; the elder brother was drowned; the second was brought to shore in such a state-of exhaustion that he LEd not regain consciousness for upwards of two hours.

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