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LONGEVITY AND WEALTH. I

A SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE.…

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THE death of Mr. Ernest Clay Ker Seymer, which took place on Sunday last, will be very deeply re- c gretted by a wide circle of friends. He was the eldest son of the late James Clay, M.P. for Hull, and a brother of the late Frederic Clay, the accom- plished musical composer. He was educated at Harrow and in Germany, and subsequently joined che Diplomatic Service, and was attached to several Legations in various European capital*. He served under Lord Lyons, both at Wasninypon and Paris; and, in 1864, married Gertrude, daughter of Mr. Henry Ker Sevmer, the well-known member for Dorset. I

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THE WOMAN'S WORLD. )

A RIVAL TO ROWLAND HILL. I

ART AND LITERATURE.

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