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PARLIAMENTARY JOTTINGS. --

MELANCHOLY DEATH OF A PHYSICIAN.

THE PRIZES WON AT WIMBLEDON.

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IHE OUTRAGE ON A LADY AT BEADING.

THE SUICIDE OF DR. WARDER.

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■ n' THE CHOLERA. A supplement to the London Gazette contains the following order: At the Council Chamber, Whitehall, the 14th day of July, 1866, by the Lords of her Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council-present, the Lord President, the Lord Privy Seal, Mr. Secretary Walpole, Sir John Pakington, Bart., Mr. Gathorne Hardy: Whereas by the "Diseases Prevention Act, 1855," it is amongst other things enacted that when- ever any part of England appears to be threatened with, or is affected by any formidable epidemic, en- demic or contagious disease, the lords and others of her Majesty's Most honourable Privy Council, or any three or more of them (the Lord President of the Council, or one of her Majesty's principal Secretaries of State being one), may, by order or orders,, to be by them from time to time made, direct that the provisions therein contained for the prevention of diseases be put in force in England, or in such parts thereof as in such order or orders respectively may oe expressed, and may from time to time, as to all or any of the parts to which any such order or orders extend, or in like manner revoke or renew any Buoh order; and that, subject to revocation and renewal as aforesaid, every such order shall be in force for six calendar months, or for such shorter period as in such order shall be expressed; and that every such order of iller Majesty's Privy Council, or of any members thereof as afort said, shall be certified under the hand of the clerk in ordinary of her Majesty's Privy Council, and shall be published in the London Gazette; and such publieatioh shall be conclusive evidence of such order, to all intents and purposes. And whereas in an Act passed in the 23rd and 24th years of her Majesty's reign, chapter 77, certain provisions are contained as to what shall be the local authority for executing the said Diseases Prevention Act. And whereas it is deemed expedient to put in force the pro- j visions of the above-recited Acts, within the whole of ) England. Now, therefore, the Lords of her Majesty's Moat Honourable Privy Council do hereby, in. exercise of the powers given by the said Acts, order and direot I that the provisions contained in the said Acts for the prevention of diseases shall, from and after the date of this present order, be put in force within the whole and every part of England. EDMUND HARRISON.

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