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BABYLONIAN DISCOVERIES.

RAILWAY MISHAP AT STOCKPORT.

THE LAST LOAD.

DEATH OF A SCOTTISH WORTHY.

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DEATH OF A SCOTTISH WORTHY. Mr. Willixm Elphinstone Malcolm. M.A.. D.L., &c., of Burnfoot. near Langholm, died suddenly on Monday morning. His butler went to wake him. and found him in an exhausted condition, and he expired before medical assist- ance could be obtained. Illc Mr. Malcolm was known a6 the "Grand Old Man of Dumfriesshire." lie was ninety years old on Friday, and on Saturday last, in the pre- sence of a crowded assemblage at, Langholm, he was presented with his portrait in oils, by Mr. Alexander Roche, R.S.A., subscribed for by over 700 admirers. On Sunday Mr. Malcolm attended Westerkirk Parish Church, and conducted his usual weekly devotional meeting at his mansion in the after- noon. Mr. Malcolm was a son of the late Admiral Sir Pulteney Malcolm. G.C.B., Avho was best known as the guardian of the great Napo- leon at St. Helena. Sir Pulteney was one of four brothers who were all knighted for distin- guished public services.

A FEMININE RAFFLE.

PENSIONS FOR RAILWAY STAFF

J EXPLOSION IN ROME, I-

NEWS OF KAID MACLEAN.

EPISCOPAL NEW YEAR LETTERS.

ENGLISH LADY FOUND DROWNED.

INVALID'S STARTLING ADVENTURE.1

ACCIDENT TO COUNT TOLSTOY.

A YEAR'S LIFEBOAT SERVICES.I

NAVAL PROMOTIONS. I

¡ BEQUESTS TO LONDON HOSPITALS.I

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ALLEGED MURDER OF A STEPMOTHER.

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COLDS AND MENINGITIS.