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PENILLION.

----WIT AND HUMOUR.

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! PURGATORY.

THE CASE OF "PROTECTION."

THE FARMERS' EXODUS TO AMERICA.

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THE PRESIDENCY OF AMERICA.…

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BREAKING A PINT AGAINST A…

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The attendance of visitors at Margate and Rams gate is very large, and the weather is very fine and seasonable. The President of the French Republic has just signed a decree pardoning sixty-five Communists detained in New Caledonia. M. Edmund About has sent a donation to the Newsvendors' Benevolent and Provident Institution, of which he is vice-president. Harvest prospects have commenced in Thanet. Oats have been cut, and yielded an average crop. Barley will be cut in a few days. The reduction of calico. weavers' wages in Oldham, will, it is said, effect 3,T)00 workpeople, or about one-half the weaving power of the town. Mr. Horace Watson, barrister, late solicitor to the Commissioners of Woods and Forests, has been ap- pointed solicitor to the Post Office, in succession to the late Mr. W. H. Ashurst. Tue cost of the Ministerial Whitebait Dinner at Greenwich, is estimated at £ 1-50., and, of course, includes hire of the steamer down and the special traiu back. Typhoid fever in swine has appeared in the neigh- bourhood of Helston. Twelve animals have been slaughtered at a farm at Porthleven, and thirteen others have died. A man named Aldridge has been killed on the South Cliff, at Scarborough. He was excavating for drainage works when a slip of earth buried him up to the neck. The death is announced of Mr. J. N. Dudlow, one of the coroners for Kent, in his 83rd year, the de- ceased having acted as coroner for West and Mid Kent for nearly sixty years. Mr. H. J. Robinson, son of the late Mr. Dixon Robinson, has been elected coroner for the hundred of Blackburn, in the stead of Henry Unsworth Har- greaves resigned. A great part of the works of Mr. Tattersall, spin- ning mule manufacturer, of Bow Lane, Preston, has been destroyed by fire. The fire was caused by the overheating of a stove. It is stated that the 24th Regiment, now under orders for home, will, on arrival be presented with new colours, both of which were lost at Isandula, though one of them was subsequently recovered. Mr. W. F. Hock, a native of Barnstable, has just presented to the inhabitants of that town a park of between seven and eight acres in extent. The park is pleasantly situated beside the river Taw. Great preparations are being made at the ancestral seat of the Duke of Norfolk for the reception of a very distinguished visitor from the Continent, who is none other than the Comte de Chambord. At the Brentwood Petty Sessions, Mr. Alexander Yates, of Brentwood, has been fined X,5 and costs for neglecting to give timely notice that he had in his possession a mare affected with glanders. At a meeting of the council of the Royal Agricul- tural So. iety, the other day, it was found that the total deficit on the Kilburn Exhibition will not exceed about £ 8,000, or zC,5,000 than a recent estimate which has been published. A report just issued by a Select Committee ap- pointed to control the kitchen and refreshment rooms of the House of Commons shows that during the session, up to the 6th of August, 4,599 luncheons and 6,159 dinners have been served in the House. A dog, bearing every trace of being attacked with rabies, was found foaming at the mouth, viciously snapping at men and cattle in the Derby Market Place, a few days since. He was caught by a consta- ble, and was afterwards shot. The constable was bitten. The death is announced of Dr. William Henry Young, F.R.C.S., at the advanced age of nine-three. He entered the army in 1809 as assistant-surgeon of the -8th Regiment of Foot, and saw considerable scryico in the Peninsula at Waterloo campaigns. Early the other morning, as some young men were bathing at Cherry Garden Stairs, Bermondsey Wall, n,, a young man named Priddy was suddenly seized with cramp, and before assistance could be rendered he was carried under some vessels, and was drowned. At the Thames Police Court, London, James Tay- lor, a labourer, has been charged with causing the neath of Harriet Jeffrey, a woman with whom he had been living. Evidence was given showing ill-treat- ment of the deceased by the prisoner, who was remanded.

THE SALVATION ARMY.

PENTYRCH & MELINGRIFFITH WORKS,

STEEL RAILS VERSUS IRON.

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RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY.

ROYALTY INCOGNITO.

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THE DISCREET BOASTER.

ON THE DEATH OF A YOUNG MAN,…

CHANGE IN THE LAW OF BILLS…

j NEW VOLUNTEER REGULATIONS.I…

SALT MINING IN CHESHIRE.

TRAMPS.

GRAIN CROPS IN AMERICA.

THE NEW CHIEF JUSTICE OF GIBRALTAR.

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ITHE MARQUIS OF HARTINGTON…

CLOSE OF THE SIX DAYS' BICYCLE…

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