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- The Murder of a Sweet-heart.

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I jMR GLADSTONE AND PRINCE…

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MR GLADSTONE AND PRINCE EDWARD. Prince Edward received the following letter from Mr Gladstone on His Royal Highness attaining his majority 'Sir io«. „ Hay warden Castle, Jan. 7. of h»>- s^eoldestamongtheconfidentialservants nass ,v;+ifie? y cann°t allow the anniversary to your R,ova?TT-°i?0e which will to-morrow bring an imnortan? nuS? to fu!1 a^e- and thus mark infPnt? l hevP°ch m life- The hopes and ntentions of those whose lives lie like mine, in the L !are j little moment; but they have seen thnft *an 1ey have seen suggests much for Prosn ,re: Therelies before your Royal Highness in dafp c occupation, I trust at a distant inr 7 m, a ^rone which, to me at least, appears the '°st illustrious in the world—from its history and associations, Irom its legal basis, from the weight °f the cares it brings, from the loyal love of the People, and from the unparalleled opportunities It gives in so many ways and in so many regions of doing good to the almost countless numbers whom the Almighty has placed beneath the sceptre of England. I fervently desire and pray—and there cannot l'e. amore animating prayer—that your Royal ^RJm84.SS 1*Jay ever grow in the principles of conduct, and may be adorned with all the quali- «es which correspond with this great and noble vocation. .And, sir, if sovereignty has been relieved modern institutions of some of its has? v?s' sfcill, I believe, remain true that there whi h 611 no Per^od the world's history at effi .StICcessors to the monarchy oould more bl' c"elously contribute to the stability of a great than*10 system» dependent even more upon love a K ?on st;rengh, by devotion to their duties and ^av bnght example to the country. This result we PPily« been permitted to see, and other ^rations will, I trust, witness it anew. Heartily desiring that in the life of your high- lit an<1 Personal, may be joined b!e'si"E'1 •»»«" Your Royal Highness most dutiful and faithful servant. I W. E. GLAD-S-T-ONE.

ENGLAND, EGYPT, AND THE. POWERS.…

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