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w FIELD AND FARM.

I LORD WOLSELEY I

I A COMPANY-PROMOTING CASE.…

I THE END OF THE MUTINY.

GENERALS RETURNED HOME.

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GENERALS RETURNED HOME. The Union-Castle liner Moor arrived at South- ampton on Sunday night with a large number of officers from the front, including Lieut.-General Sir C. F. Clery, Major-General Dickson, Major-General Brabazon, Colonel Alexander, Colonel Mansell, Lieut.-Colonels De Courcy, Hamilton, and C. V. Hume, Major A. H. C. Hanbury-Tracy, Captains De Winton and F. R. F. Boileau, and Lieutenants Pole and Vaughan, all of the staff; Colonel Viscount Valentia, M.P., and Lieutenant F. W. G. Gore, of the Imperial Yeomanry; Captain F. St. J. Hughes, South Wales Borderers; Captain E. J. Lugard, Indian Staff Corps Captain W. F. Hobdell, 5th Manchester Regiment; Captain H. Smith, 4th Scottish Rifles Lieutenant Faber, R.E., and Lieutenant King, Volunteer Company Middle- sex Regiment. The passengers, who were landed by tender, proceeded to London by mail train, reaching Waterloo about midnight. The Moor subsequently left for London. Among the troopers on board is Sergeant Bolton, of the Protectorate Regiment, who was twice taken prisoner during the siege of Mafe- king, but each time escaped, and eventually made his way to Pretoria.

GREAT FLOODS IN ROME.

THE DUKE OF YORK'S TOUR.

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IGARDENING GOSSIP.I

1.SAVED BY AMY. I

THE UNION JACK IN THE SOUTHI…

THE SEA SERPENT AT THE ANTIPODES.

FUSTEiUNG AFRICAN TRADE.

SIR A. SULLIVAN'S LAST WORK.

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