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THE INSURRECTION.— ALARMING…

SEIZURE FOR RENT—FATAL CONFLICT.

I INQUEST ON ONE OF THE INSURGENTS…

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BRISTOL.—We understand an interesting contribution to theo- logical literature is forthcoming from the pen of Mr. Samuel Cap- per, a talented member of the Society of Friends, exhibJtillg:, tile true doctrines of the Church of Rome, as set forth in the notes of the Douay Bible; which notes have the full authority o! that Church, and are therefore perfectly legitimate sources of informa- tion to all who wish for cori-eet. knowledge on. the subject—one of no, subordinate importance in the present state of religious con- troversy. Four thousand paupers, boys and girls, will this year be sent to Australia from Ireland, and ten thousand from England. At the close of the first six months of 1848, the principal rail- way companies, with the exception of draSouth-Easterrt, have all declared reduced dividends. t- It is stated that during the eighteen years of Louis Philippe s reign, tifty-sevgm journals were obliged to discontinue publication. Their writers and contributors were sentenced, in the aggregate, to an imprisonment of 3,141 years. The Belfast Northern Whig says that Government has resolved .to establish three "schools of design (as if there were oo; plenty already) in Ireland; at Belfast, Dublin, and Cork.— tracesmad Observer. t In a cigar shop in Parliament-street, this notiee is stuck up :— Credit given to gentlemen, but cash expected from members oi Parliament." ■ There are at present nearly 25^00 apartments to be let in Paris, ■principally at rents varying from 1,500 irancs to 2,300 francs. -ai. 1 < (, < ,t

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AN ACT AUTHORISING KILLING…

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THE INDELIBILITY OF HOLY ORDERS.

FATAL ACCIDENT ON THE GREAT…

HIDDEN THINGS BROUGHT TO LIGHT.

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