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SOME FEMALE POISONERS.

HUNG, DRAWN, AND BURNT.

THE POPULAR POISON.

OUR FIRST FEMALE POISONEF.

" ARSENIC ALWAYS ARSENIC."I

WHEN DOCTORS DISAGREE, &C.

A CAM OF ARSENIC : " NOT PROVEN."

THE STORY OF MADELBIKS SMITH.

ONCE TOO OFTEN.

ANOTHER WHOLESALE POISONER.

ICHERCHEZ L'HOMME.

SHOCKING DEATH OF A YOUNG…

A NEW PURSE.

';I" HUMOUR.

A FIDDLE WITH A HISTORY.

TRADE REPORT. !

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THE TITHE BILL.

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THE TITHE BILL. th JwoSbv nii?T nofchi"g more than simplify be recovered anH m!* acknowIedged debt can recovered, and the opposition offered to it is j ust as irrational as if a proposal to enable gro2.il to recover money owed to them were rented because it did nothing to bring down the price of currants It is a matter of8 public polfcyThat men who refuse to pay their debts should be made to pay them with a minimum of annoyance either to the creditor or to the debtor. 1 he law of distraint or tithe offends against both aspect of this condition. It takes the money owed fn a form which is highly inconvenient alike to him who has to pay it and to him who has to receive \i> ,The.on^ re.ason ^hy the Welsh farmers wish the law to remain as it is is their belief that if it is not altered it will become more and more inoperative. To put it more plainly, they think that by retaining the cumbrous machinery of distraint they will be enabled to cheat their 1 instructions moved on Monday nfJL f '? led to 8erve as drapery to tbis oSht t ,cont|ion» 'hat the burden Undlord from the •" th« landlord, and that the question cannot be Der- Son^bSth hi tL°n TJ ba8is °.ther than redemp- tion—both in themselves very just contentions- had no other meaning. The utmost that can be done at the end of a session is to rescue the Welsh clergy from a portion in which they have Uli&i0 c!1008e1^between provoking a riot or sub- X™ ? £ • ?hbe7-. A»y attempt to do more than this in August is really prompted by a wish to do less. At this time of year it is not wonder- ful that the Government majorities should be thl l!im« i thl8„ca8e wiI1 be useful to study lilts M figure8 in the <U™»on •••* '•»

THE EGYPTIAN QUESTION.'

THE IRISH VOTES.

THE MAYBRICK TRIAL.

THE NAVAL MANOEUVRES.

GENERAL BOULANGER'S CASE.

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