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FIELD AND FARM.

IGARDENING GOSSIP. I

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-NERYIE'S LESSON.

NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION".…

THE RED CROSS AT SEA. I

THE MARLBOROUGH GEMS. I

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I THE CATHEDRAL OF NOTRE DAME.

EXPEDITION TO MOUNT KENIA.

BOER NAMES FOR THE BRITISH.…

TICKETS TO MATRIMONY. I

ALIEN IMMIGRATION.

BATH'S HISTORIC HOUSES. I

DEAD OR ALI YE—WHICH ?I

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I _THE QUEEN'S LEVEE.7

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I THE QUEEN'S LEVEE. 7 By command of the Queen a levee was held on Monday afternoon, at St. James's Palace, by the Prince of Wales, on behalf of her Majesty. Presen- tations to his Eoyal Highness were, by the Queen's pleasure, considered as equivalent, to presentations to her Majesty. The Prince, attended by his Gentlemen- in-Waiting, was escorted by a detachment of the Royal Horse Guards from Marlborough House to the Palace, where he was received by the Great Officers of State. The Grand Duke Michael of Russia was present, attended by Monsieur A. de Stoeckl. The Royal circle also included the Duke of Connaught, the Duke of York, the Duke of Cambridge, and Prince Christian of Schleswig Holstein. The members of the Royal households were in atten- dance, and the Gentlemen-at-Arms and the Yeomen of the Guard were on duty. In the diplomatic and general circles there was a numerous attendance, and the number of presentations was very large. Most of the Ambassadors, Ministers, and Attaches just now in town were present, and among others who attended were the members of her Majesty's Government, Sir Frank Lascelles (Ambas- sador at Berlin), Sir Charles Scott (Ambassador at St. Petersburg), Sir Condie Stephen (Minister at Saxe- Cobiirg-Gotha), Mr. John Kennedy (Minister at Bucharest), Sir George White, V.C., Sir Evelyn Wood, the Bishop of Oxford Viscount Kilcoursie, the Earl of Haddington, Viscount Galway, and a large number of officers of both services, as well as many clergymen.

I _EXPLOSIVES BY POST.

ASCENSION DAY.

FIFTEEN CHILDREN DROWNED.

-BRITISH MUSEUM'S GIFT.

MR. CECIL RHODES, "D. C. L."

GOLD IN A MATTRESS.

THE WRECK OF THE LOCH SLAY.

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