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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

AN EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE.

THE FIRE AT ST. JOHN'S, NEW…

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The American Correspondent of The Times, telegraphing from Philadelphia June 22, sends the following :— Through the fire at St. John's, New Brunswick, 66 lives are believed to have been lost, and about 30 dead bodies have been recovered. The fire extended over 600 acres, or about half of the entire city. It raged all Thursday, and was not got under control on the north and east quarters till evening. Thousands of people had to escape from the southern portion of the city in boats, and many are now on board the vessels in the harbour. Nearly every hotel was burnt. PHILADELPHIA, June 28. The Dominion Government has sent 20,000 dols. to the St. John sufferers, with a large quantity of military stores and tents from Montreal, Halifax and Quebec, Hamilton, Ontario, sends 2,500 dols.; Boston, 5,000 dols.; Philadelphia, 3,500 dols. Toronto, 20,000 dols.; London, Canada, 5,000 dols.; Ottawa, 5,000 dols.; and Sarna, 1,000 dels. Every town in the Dominion is sending contributions. The United States Govern- ment has placed the steamer Galatin at the disposal of Boston merchants to carry a cargo of provisions to the sufferers.

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EARTHQUAKE PHENOMENA AT SEA.

RUSSIAN PRISONERS IN STAMBOUL.

A VERY TERRIBLE TURK.

WAR VICTIMS.

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THE BISHOP OF MANCHESTER ON…

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THE PRINCE OF WALES AND THE…

DEATH OF A SPANISH MENDICANT.

SELECTED ANECDOTES.

A SHOWER OF SAND!

AMERICAN HUMOUR.

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A PRAYER FOR THE SULTAN.

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