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DEPARTURE OF TEE GREAT EASTERN.

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MARSHAL BENEDEK'S ARMY.

FEMALE, HOUSEBOLDERS AND TEE…

SINGULAR GBARGE OF HORSE-STEALING.

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REFORM MEETINGS.

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REFORM MEETINGS. An immense out-door Reform meeting was hold in Trafalgar-square on Monday night, under the auspices of the National Reform League. At the very lowest computation ftom 30,000 to 50,000 parasms were pre- sent. Notwithstanding the reports in circulation, no attempt-was made to interfere with the meeting. The only policemen in sight were those on ordinary duty and! they interfered in nowise with the proceed- ingsi The natural result followed. The people, left to themselves, were most orderly. They were, how- ever, none the less ia earnest, and they spoke out plainly what are their feelings in respect to Reform. Mr. Edmond Beales presided, and briefly described the position of affairs. The meeting was altogether a remarkable demonstration. It ia probably only, tha forerunner of otharSj still more numerously attended, which may be expected to be held in the same or other suitable places. The meeting being too large for hearing one speaker, was afterwards divided into four sections, and, indeed, there was material enough for a dozen. Meetings were also held the same evening at Clerkenwell-gresn and at Hoxton. There was a. great Reform demonstration in the place, Laicesteri on Monday night. 20,000 persona were present; Mr. Walker, of BirstaU-house, was called to the chair. Resolutions condemning a Tory Administration, and expressing confidence in the Russell Government, and for continuing the agitation, were unanimously carried1. At the close cheers were given for Earl Russell, Mr. Gladstone, Mr. Bright, and the borough memberf. On Thursday evening an enthusiastic meeting was held in the large room of the Castle Hotel, Hastings. Mr. Womersley moved, and Mr. Edwards seconded a resolution expressiag confidence in Lord Russell and his colleagues, and strongly condemning the renegade Liberals, which was carried amidst great cheering. A resolution appointing- district; committees to super- intend the register, waa moved by Mr. John Banks, hon. see., and also carried unanimously. _u. "W"I.

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MR. PEABODY IN AMERICA,

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MURDER AND SUICIDE IN .CAMBRIDGESHIRE.

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TEE CHARGE OF STABBING A MOTHER…

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AN ECCENTRIC NOBLEMAN.

THE CASE OF MADAME VALENTIN.

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