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GREAT "WESTERN AND BRISTOL…

TRAINS ON SUNDAYS ONLY.1

I TRAINS ON SUNDAYS ONLY.

-BRISTOL TO BIRMINGHAM,-I

SUNDAY TRAINS.

BIRMINGHAM TO BRISTOL. I

SUNDAY TRAINS.

TAFF YALE.

MINING MARKET.

PRICES OF WELSH MINING SHARES.…

-—^— FRANCE.'

GREECE.

SPAIN.

SCHLESWIG HOLSTEIN.

UNITED STATES,

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I 3rrlanh. —-—+ MAYO ELECTION.—The nomination of candidates took place on Thursday, and from the state of feeling it is proba- ble the contest may not be brought to a close without dis- turbance, in anticipation of which the authorities have despatched to the scene detachments of Dragoon Guards, besides constabulary. The Roman Catholic priests and the Liberal Club are moving heaven and earth to ensure the triumph of their candidate, and the landlords are no less zealous in their efforts to compass the return of the Pro- tectionist champion. At the close of the poll, on Saturday evening, the num- bers stood as follows:— 0 Higgens 140 Z,9 Butt 94 Majority for Higgens 46 Thus the contest was virtually over, although the poling- booths were kept open till Monday. A farmer named Michael Walsh has been convicted at the Kilkenny assizes for poisoning a bailiff, named Simon Power, who had been placed in care of his farm. Sentence of death was pronounced. Richard Shirley, and the other prisoners convicted at the same assizes for the Burnchurch outrage, have been sentenced to ten years' transportation.

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