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THE VALUE OF IMPUDENCE.

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WE HAVE DONE OUR BEST.

THE LATE TRIAL OF BEREZOWSKI.

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LOSSES AT SEA.The marine disasters ° American vessels during June amounted to thirty vessels, valued at 908,500 dols. There were lost th* steamers, three ships, four barques, six brigs, and fotlj teen schooners. This is a great falling off as comp^'g with the previous months of the year; for the 1 of& during May were 2,585,800 dols.. and no month New Year falls under 1,900,000 dols. During the months just ended there have been 301 Americ^ vessels lost, valued at 14.072,300 dols., as comPafL with 294 vessels, valued at 15,091,800 dols. during tli same period of 1866. j A SURGEON IN FEMALE ATTIRE.—The trihUJLL of police of the canton of Vaud, Switzerland, been engaged in try ing a young man named PiquiU" charged with having for some time past prac^ ted medicine and surgery in female attire. It app.^gjf that he had succeeded in completely disguising hi "of as a woman, and had obtained, under the Miss Abbots, and in the quality of an AmerlC.ceg admission into several families, offering his ser^ijf'' chiefly to ladies. The fraud was detected by a oD, dresser to whose shop he went to purchase a chiff11^ It was found that he could only be convicted 01 illegal exercise of his profession, and on that coun^ court condemned him to one month's A