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WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE.

THE DUNMOW FLITCH.

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BREACH OF PROMISE.

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A DETERMINED OPPONENT TO VACCINATION.

LORD PALMERSTON'S DIARY.

CHARGE OF POISONING BY A FRENCH…

1 HE LATE MR. GRINNELL.

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1 HE LATE MR. GRINNELL. A correspondent ("An American") writes to The Times :— I have observed with the deepest regret the announcement of the death of Mr. Cornelius Grinnell by an accident at Ryde He was the iOn ot Mr. Henry Grinnell, of New York, whose nohle libtJrality in fitting out an Hpedition for the Arctic regions in search of Sir John Franklin has givwn his name a place ill the hiatory of this country. His son had for several years been connected with a mer- cantile house, alid a resident of London, where he had a large circle of friend I, but perhaps to few of them were known the reat beauty and lovelineas of his character Although he had adopted England as his home, and was most happy in his asloclatlonl here, he never forgot to contribute by every means i" bil power to the pleasure and convenince of his American friends; his whole thought was to give hap- piness to others, and a striking inatance of tkll ia shown In the last act of hi lifti »-h*riiig hie room BUrl aoommoda .io. —itu a comparative stranger, although a f..lIow- countrymsn. NI) one who has ever met him will forget hiB retined and gentlemanly bearing. his intelligence, the suavity of his manners, and his genial warm heartedness. Those who knew him best appredate him most. and among them is the writer of this letter.

Utisttllmuous Jntflligeiitt,

DEATH OF MARSHAL NIEL. --