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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.

THE EGYPTIAN QUESTION.'

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THE EGYPTIAN QUESTION. lr,^r?„C"on did not go at .11 beyond the truth in what he said on Monday about the Ena- Ll £ t°SapaV°n ?' Jt h" been • vS great advantage to the inhabitants, and it would be a stiH greater advantage if its continuance had iTh^ h! "U^J ,°-f no Ple<*g«. Unfortunately it has been the subject of very distinct pledges. We are bound to leave Egypt so soon as Egypt is able to run alone. Whether under her piLnt Government she is ever likely to satisfy this condition is a point on which different opinions n pn,Ta!ined' but 1° ,on« aa ifc un- certain England can only go on upon the haiid- TnTn Vr'k011 wlJIc.h 8h« ia Present acting. To repudiate her self-impesed limitation would J1!? continuity which .could only be justified by the appearance of some over- mastering necessity.

THE IRISH VOTES.

THE MAYBRICK TRIAL.

THE NAVAL MANOEUVRES.

GENERAL BOULANGER'S CASE.

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