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CURRENT SPORT.

GALADI OCCUPIED.¡

IMR. MCMILLAN'S EXPEDITION.I

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ILADY GRANVILLE GORDON.

FATAL MIDNIGHT RIDE.

THE PRINCE AND THE NAVY.

" „ ,.,„„. \ IRISH LAND BILL.

CHARGES OF "COOPERING."

I -THE KING IN PORTUGAL.

DREYFUS AGAIN.

GREAT STRIKE IN HOLLAND. I

ICAMILLE HOLLAND'S DEATH PRESUMED.

IDEATH OF MR. REGISTRAR HANNEN.I…

I ALIEN PILOTS.I

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I CHAPMAN HANGED.

"FASTING" IN THE OLDEN TIME.…

TRAGIC VILLAGE FIRE,'

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I VANISHING HELIGOLAND.

I HOIST BY HIS OWN PETARD.

I A ROYAL EARL.

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I A ROYAL EARL. Apropos of the forthcoming visit of the King And Queen to Ireland, the Westminster Gazette recalls the fact that among the many titles held by his Majesty is that of the Earl of Dublin. The creation of the title was the direct outcome of his first visit to Ireland in the summer of 1849. Writing in her" Journal" under date August 12, 1849, the late Queen Victoria says I intend to create Bertie Earl of Dublin,' as a com- pliment to the town and country; he has no Irish title, although he is born with several Scotch ones (belonging to the heirs to the Scotch throne and which we have inherited from James VI. of Scotland and 1. of England, and this was one of my father's titles." Her Majesty kept the inten- tion, and on January 17, 1850, the title of Earl of Dublin was conferred on the young Prince by Royal patent.

I MEDICAL MEN INCREASING.

I COMPENSATION FOR LICENSES.

I TWO KINDS OF PLANTS.

I A TERRIBLE DEATH-DEALER.

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I SUPPRESSING THE CIGARETTE.