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,OUlt LONDON LETTER. I . I

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KAIteEliS D; ENGAGED. I

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THE BLIZZARD.

I -END OF A NOBLE LIFE.

STABBED WITH A BAYONET.

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in Westminster Cathedral a Requiem Mass on behalf of Mr. Edward C. Thompson, late London editor of the Catholic Times," was celebrated. The funeral took place at Wrexham. Mr. William King, an ex-Reservist, who dis- tinguished himself by his bravery in the South African war, has, it is stated in Llanelly, been left -211,000 by a rich American relative.' j Mr. and Mrs. Simon Shaw, of Kenninghall, Norfolk, who have just celebrated the sixty- sixth anniversary of their wedding, and are both eighty-six years of age, have fifty-four de- scendants.

RAILWAY DISASTER.

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A STRANGE REQUEST. I

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