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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.

THE MAYBRICK TRIAL.

THE NAVAL MANOEUVRES.

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THE NAVAL MANOEUVRES. • Tk 6 are *lready bearing fruit UI MUI, ?!. Places in our arfnaments. As yet all that has been proved is that the means of defence we have are not always aa good as they were thought tob*. Before the manoeuvre are over we shall probably discover :that the means of defence we have are by no means all that we ought to have. It is worthy of note that all who take part in these operations, whether on sea or on land, seem far more impressed with their reality than is the case with military ma?fU,V.T- explanation probably is that an iinglishman does believe that an enemy may try to land an army, but that he does not really believe that an army will ever be landed. If his conviction on the former point is allowed to have the proper influence on the naval estimates we need not quarrel with his scepticism on the latter.

GENERAL BOULANGER'S CASE.

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