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DREADFUL RAILWAY AGCIDENT…

THE SULTAN IN PARIS.

PRIZE DAY AT THE PARIS EXHIBITION.

SPEECH OF THE EMPEROR.

A CAUTION TO TRADE UNIONISTS.

NEW ACT ON THE SALE AND PURCHASE…

IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY!

TRADES' UNIONS AND EMIGRATION.

CAREFUL OF HIS CHARACTER!

THE SURGEON OF THE WHALER…

THE TRIAL OF SURRATT.

HARD-EARNED MERIT!, "I

BREWERS AND BEER.

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BREWERS AND BEER. A return has been issued showing that the num ber of persons in each of the several collections in the United Kingdom licensed as brewers, victuallers, to sell beer to be drunk on the premises and to sell beer not to be drunk on the premises, from 1st October, 1865, to 30th September, 1866--and, the number oi barrels of beer exported from the United Kingdom, and the declared value thereof, and where exported to, from 1st October, 1865, to 1st October, 1866, dis- tinguishing England, Scotland, and Ireland, &c. The totals of this return show that there are 2,575 brewers, 95,743 victuallers, 44,607 selling beer to be drunk on the premises, and 3,063 not to be drunk on the premises. The malt consumed by each class is respectively 38,469,582 bushels, 8,594,803 bushels, 3,601,034 bushels, and 377,288 bushels. The beer exported from October 1st, 1865, to the same date, 1866, was 570,040 barrels, the declared value of which was 2,023,4831.

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ITHE MARKETS.