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THE ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION…

EXAMINATION OF THE ASSASSIN.

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A STRANGE STORY.

LETTER FROM COUNT ZAMOYSKI.

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The Polish emigrants in Paris had made every effort to prevent any sort of manifestation against the Czar, and the following is the textual translation of ai article which its committee caused to be inserted several times in its organ, the Niepudleglosse (Inde- penclence) It is affirmed that some of the Poles residing in Paris have a design of making a hostile demonstration against the Czar during his stay in the French capital We are convinced that this intelligence, propagated as a simple supposition, and perhaps with a view to provocation, is devoid of all foundation. The Polish emigrant! who have been received in France in so hospitable and sympathetic a manner, will always know how to respect the rights of their hosts The Czar and the whole world are fully cognisant of the feelings of the country, and demonstrations could tell tlieni nothing new. It is not to the Czar that we should cause annoyance by violating in that way the sacred law. of hospitality, but to those who have received us a4 brothers, who protect our sick and infirm, who have given us the means of imparting instruction to our children. A manifestation made by the Poles would constitute, on their part, an ingratitude towards their hosts, and would not fail to injure our holy cause. It is not in Paris that a Pole ousrht to disclose his feelings towards the Czar. We are, therefore, sure that these fears are groundless; and that the attitude of the Polish Emigration during the residence of the Emperor of Russia in Paris will be as always, in con- fornuV with the dignity we ouirht to preserve in our mis- fortunes, and to the respect which we owe to the sacred laws of hospitality. This journal appears in Switzerland and at Paris, and whilst this note was being printed, another news- paper, the Free Voice; published in London, inserted a warning and counsels ih the same sense, reminding the refugees of the duties imposed on them by the generous hospitality of France.

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THE NEW BLACK DEATH.

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BIDDING FOR AN ACTOR.

CAPTURE OF A BRIGAND QUEEN..

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EXTRAORDINARY PROCEEDINGS…