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By order of the municipality, thermometers of large dimensions have recently been placed in different quarters of Paris. The Queen within these few days has written a etter to the Earl of Munster, expressing her Intenuon 10 ContInue to the children of her dear and deeply regretted unole, the same allowance given to them by him, viz., £ 1200 per annum to each of the sons and £ 500 per annum to each of the daughters—Mommy Chronicle. Th. rumours of an alarming mortality, in t e ouse of Industry at Coventry, originating, we believe, in a Warwick Paper, and transferred to »i.i Tn' i1 Journals- is> we are happy to find, without foundation. A new writ was last night moved for Galway, m the room of Mr Lynch, appointed, it is under- stood, Master in Chancery, in the room of the late L Mr Roupell. Mr Lyr.ch is a Roman Catholic, son- in-law of the late celebrated Charles Butler, the Roman Catholic barrister. RETORT.—A very loquacious female witness whom the opposing Counsel could not silence, so ftir kept him at bay. that, by way of browbeating her, he exclaimed, Why, woman, there is brass enough in your face to make & kettle!" And sauce enough in yours (she instantly rejoined) to 611 it." —

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