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LONDON LETTER.

PARLIAMENTARY NOTES.

THE CHARGE AGAINST MR HARRINGTON,…

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RUSSIA AND ROUMANIA.

A BONFIRE OF BIBLES.

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THREATENING LORD SHEFFIELD.

MR PYNE'S MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE.

---------STEEL-WORKERS' WAGES.

--._-\ THE HOLBORN ELECTION.

NEW YORK PRICES.

NEW YORK WHEAT MARKET.

A WORKMAN'S FRIGHTFUL DEATH.

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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT

THE LAND PURCHASE BILL.

SELIVING A SUMMONS IN THE…

THE SHEEHY INCIDENT,

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THE SHEEHY INCIDENT, MEETING OF THE ELECT ¡ ^COMMITTEE. The Central News says ;—The select committee appointed to enquire into the circumstances con- nected with the attempt to serve a summons on Mr David Sheehy, M.P., in the central lobby of the House of Commons, met to-night in Mr Gladstone's room, and appointed Mr Matthews, eDairinai;. Mr Sheehy was called and asked to give his version of the circumstances. He said that he had spoken in the debate in committee on the Land Purchase Bill, and was going from the House to the dining room when a visitor's ticket was handed to him on which was the name Jeremiah Sullivan. Limerick," Mr Sheehy said he did not notice at the time that the letters R.I.C." were written in the corner. He went into the central lobby, where he saw Suliivan, whom he recognised at once as a police- man in plain clothes. He said, What do you want with me tit Sullivan replied Perhaps you don't know that I have a summons for you," and be invited Mr Sheehy to step aside. Mr Sheehy declined to do so, and called the attention of the officer ou duty to tha man's conduct. Mr Sheehy was invited by the committee to retire, and then the officer Sullivan was asked to give his explanation. After bearing Sullivan's evidence the committee recalled Mr Sheehy, and questioned him as to whether the officer's orders were not I. come outside," insteod of If etöp aside." Mr Sheehy assured him that tbat the words step aaide were used, because when he asked, Ió Don't you know the privileges of the House of Commons Sullivan replied, "But this is not iusido the House." The. committee adjourned until Thursday, when they will con- sider their report.

WELSH MEMBERS AND MR RITCHIE.

A COWARDLY OUTRAGE.

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MR BRIGHT'S ILLNESS.

THE " RADICAL PARSON " AT…

v SIX AT A BIRTH.

DEATH OF THE DUCHESS OF SUTHERLAND.

DESPERATE ATTEMPT TO COMMIT…

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SWANSEA.

LLANDOVERY,

[RHONDDA VALLEY.

MERTHYR.

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EISTEDDFODAU TN ABERCARNE.'

THE SWANSEA (U D.) SCHOOL…

TO THE EDITOR.

-¡ TO THE EDITOR,I

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THE COUNTY COUNCILS.

ANTICIPATIONS,

CROYDON NOVEMBER MEETING.

SALE OF HUNTERS.

NEWMARKET TRAINING NOTES.

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