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----POLITICAL GOSSIP.

THE ARTS, LITERATURE, &E.

OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. -

OUR MISCELLANY.

EXTRACTS FROM "PUNCH" & "FUN."

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The" military correspondent of the Times" at the Prussian head-quarters, and whose graphic ac- count of the battle of Sadowa ia by military men ad- mitted to far transcend anything we have yet received from the seat of war, is understood, to be Lieutenant Hozier of the 2nd Life Guards. ^Lieutenant Henry Montague Hozier served originally in the Royal Artil- lery, which he entered in 1857. He was employed in China in the campaign of 1860, &nd. assisted at capture of the Taku forts, as well as was present in the actions near Tangchow. Three or four years ago he exchanged into the 2nd Life Guards, and shortly after entered into a course of study in the senior department of the Staff College at Sandhurst; where he evelitually oassed a final of most unusual distinction.