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ENGLAND'S EXTERNAL 4 t ,RELATIONS.…

THE NILE EXPEDITION. \ '¡.."-'\.

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Xt~Lincoln, on Friday, the Rev. Lewis Kirby, curate of Branston, was fined £ 20 for an aggra- vated assault on a little girl, daughter of a parishioner. A Norwegian sailor named Jonsone met with his death under brutal circumstances at an early hour oniFriday morning, in a low part oi Liverpool. He quarrelled with a man named Taggart, who butted him and knocked him down. Another man named Kavanagh came to Taggart's aid, and, taking off his belt, beat Jonsone about the head with the buckle till he became insensible, and when taken to the hospital he was dead. The two men and another named MoNamara were arrested.

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ITOPICS OF THE DAY.

IEDITORIA-L NOTES. I

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THE TENURE OF DWELLING. HOUSES…

.... THE SWANSEA UNITED BOROUGHS.

-THE PUBLIC MEETING.

ITHE FRENCHANDMADAGASCAR.

I SERVIA AND BULGARIA.

THE BISMARCK NATIONAL FUND…

-VOLUNTEER PRIZE DISTRIBUTION…

I THE PENISTONE COLLISION.

LORD JERSEY ON THE HOUSE OF…

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THE ATTEMPTED DOUBLE I MURDER…

CARDIFF.

EGYPTIAN FINANCE^ '

APPROACHING MARRIAGE OF THE…

MARTINI-HENRI RIFLES FOR VOLUNTEERS.