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. . THE CHINESE CRISIS. I

THE KHEDIVE IN LONDON.

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THE KHEDIVE IN LONDON. The Khedive paid a visit to the City of London on Tuesday. Though the weather was unfavourable, the streets were crowded, and his Highness met with a. cordial reception. At the Guildhall he was presented with an address from the Corporation, and in reply the Khedive expressed his hope that the friendly relations subsisting between the British Empire and Egypt might be promoted still further by his visit. His Highness was after- wards entertained to luncheon in the Great Hall, the Lord Mayor presiding. Among the guests were the Prince of Wales, the Duke of York, and Lord Salis- bury. The Khedive, in reply to the toast of his health, said that he was glad to be able to express his appreciation of the cordial reception he had met with throughout his visit. His Highness afterwards returned to Buckingham Palace, and on Wednesday he left England for the Continent, crossing the Channel from Dover on the Royal yacht Osborne.

CONVOCATION OF CANTERBURY.

MURDERED BY CHINESE.

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ITHE WAR. I

TERRIBLE FIRE AT NEW -YORK.-

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-EPITOME OF NEWS. I

FLIRTING TO STOP.

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-THE REVENUE.

JOHN ROBERTS'S BANKRUPTCY.

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AWAY .TO THE FAR ANTARCTIC.