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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.

.ACCIDENT TO TEE PRINCE OF…

REFORM MEETINGS.

SMOTHERING. A MAN WITH PITCH.

MR. PEABODY IN AMERICA,

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MURDER AND SUICIDE IN .CAMBRIDGESHIRE.

POCKET-PICKING AT THE THAMES…

HOOTIimS moM~THM HOWL."

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HOOTIimS moM~THM HOWL." A Council will be held this day at one o'clock, at Windsor Castle, to issue a Proclamation of Neutrality, and to eatfcie other matters of pressing importance which have stood over. Prince Teok has been offered a command in the Austrian army, and will leave England immediately for Vienna. The Princess will probably accompany him. We learn that tho Dllke of Argyll is likely to be appointed chairman of the Royal Commission about to be issued to inquire into and report upon the extent and the mode of working of the coal fields of Great Britain. We learn with great pleasure that Mr. Waddington, who has so long and ably filled. the- post of Under Secretary of State to the Home Department, is said to have the honour of being made Pi ivy Councillor at the Council to be held at Windsor this day. Colonel Conolly, A.D.C. to the Lieutenant-Genera Commanding at Aldershot, has proeeeded to Frank. fort as Military Attache to the mission of Sir A. lhlet, K. C.B. We are informed that Mr. Winter Jones, keeper of the department of printed books in the British Museum will succeed Mr. Panizzi as librarian. -=

TEE CHARGE OF STABBING A MOTHER…

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------:4 BRIDE-RACING: FORMS…

AN ECCENTRIC NOBLEMAN.

THE CASE OF MADAME VALENTIN.

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