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WILLS AND BEQUESTS.

MR. RUSKIN AT BRANTWOOD.

ITIPPING IN COUNTRY HOUSES.…

A FINE OLD ADMIRAL.

A COSTLY SANDWICH.

A DRAMA OF POVERTY.

JUDICIAL DIGNITY.

A BIG PROJECT.

THE YOUNG DUKE OF ALBANY.

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THE YOUNG DUKE OF ALBANY. The little Duke of Albany, who is being educated at Sandroyd School, near Esher, has for his master the Rev. H. Wellesley-Wesley, who claims to be connected with both branches of the family which has given to the world the leader of the Methodists and the first of British generals. Mr. Wesley's school is situated close to the famous fair mile" on the Portsmouth road, surrounded by beautiful scenery, within a two- mile drive of Claremont, where the delicate little duke breathes the purest Surrey air. The school- house walls are covered with pictures of Wesleys and Wellesleys of every age and capacity, and in every posture, forming a pictorial history of the great John Wesley and the Iron Duke. Mr. Wellesley-Wesley is an alumnus of Durham and vicar of Hatchford, a pretty village some four miles from the school.

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MARKET NEWS. .

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THE DISABILITIES OF MILLIONAIRES.

A PLAGUE OF SANDFLIES.

A CRIMEAN HERO.

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NO ROOM FOR EMIGRANTS,

STONE BROTH.

IIINEQUALITIES OF TRAIN RATES.

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THK COASTGUARD IN WAR-TIME.

A COLUMN OF FIRE.

A FRENCH CONCEPTION OF A BOARD…

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THE VIRTUE OF COMPETITION.

SIR G. BROWN'S WAGER.