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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.'

THE IRISH VOTES.

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THE IRISH VOTES. The arrangement by which the Xrish Constabulary votes are left to the middle of August is not very intelligible. When the session is still young it is easy for the Nationalist members to raise debates on the administration of Ireland. When the majority of the House is anxious to get away grievances that have no foundation do not so readily find an audience. f morf of tb,a 13 that Irish votes should be taken earjy henever they are taken they will be obstinately resisted, and in August they wirS7 aVXCU8e which would otherwise be wanting for renewed denunciations of Mr Balfour a unexampled brutality. On Tuesday, on Wednesday, on Thursday, on Friday this familar theme was handled with the usual want of reason. It seems strange that even Mr E. Harrington should not see that so long as the resident magistrates Mr Balfour was defending believed that the police had been described as "uniformed bloodhounds it made no difference to Mr Balfour's argument whether that particular epithet had ever been employed. Considering how these four days were spent there is some ground for contentment in the fact that 5 Drainage Bill was read a third time.

THE MAYBRICK TRIAL.

THE NAVAL MANOEUVRES.

GENERAL BOULANGER'S CASE.

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