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THE ENGLISH CIlUliCH: ITS…

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THE LORD iIlAYU!t'S SHOW AND…

FROM THE " MANX PUNCH."

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FROM THE MANX PUNCH." THE RIGHT MAN IN THE HlGlIT PLACE— A Fenian in the dock. Why is a traveller ascending a volcano like an Irish- man trying to kiss his sweetheart ? Because he wants to get at the mouth of the crater (cratur). Why should a knock-need man make the best friend ? Because "a friend in need (kneed) is a friend indeed." What sea would make a good sleeping apartment ? The a dry attic (Adriatic). What is most elevating to the sole (soul) and body ? A high heeled boot. :.rr I, 'e housekeeping is far from liberal, and his temper is very violent. Dan Kewley summed up both these facts by saying, "With L it is Lent all the year round in his kitchen, and Passion week in his par- lour." One Sunday evening recently a lady, and two of her servants attended St. 's Church. The preacher gave what is called a levelling sermon. On reaching home Mrs C. rang her little bell with a peal that startled all in the house, and observed to her maid; although NJ r-- asserts we are all equal on the other side of the grave I will show you, and all my servants that we are not so on this side." A rare junction of skill and simplicity, in construction and combination, has been offered to our notice in Sir. White's Moo-Main Patent Lever Truss, an Instrument which has most desen'edly received the highest enconiums from all our leading Surgeons, and the grateful laudations of a host of rescued sufferers from Rupture, &c. Unen- cumbered with the ordinary circular spring, and other somewhat valueless appendages, this Truss possesses all the security of the ordinary steel spring, with the ease and comfort of a mere bandage. Its price is so moderate, that its acquisition may be made by persons of the most hwible grade in life. Extraordinary Efficacy of Dr. de Jengh's Light-Brown Cod Lircr Oil in General Debility.-In cases of debility and defective nutrition this celebrated Oil, which pos- sesses peculiar and powerful nutrient and restorative pro- perties which do not exist in other varieties of Cod Liver Oil, has been administered with the most strikingly beneficial results. Rowland Dalton, Esq., M. R. C.S., District Medical Officer at Bury St. Edmunds, observes: In giving my opinion of Dr. de Jongli's Light-Brown Cod Liver Oil, I have no hesitation in saying that I have not the slightest confidence in any other kind. The effects of Dr. de Jongli's Oil are sure and most remarkable, especially in that broken-down state of health and strength which usually precedes and favours tubercular deposit; and I never recommend auy other sort. The Oil I have had from you was for my own use, and it has certainly been the only means of saving my life on two occasions, and even now, when I feel out of condition I take it, and like it, ) unmixed with anything, as being the most agreeable way." Dr. de Jongh's Light Brown Cod Liver Oil is sold only in capsuled imperial half-pints, 2s 6d; pints, 48 9d quarts, 9s labelled with his stamp and signature, without which none can possibly be genuine, by his sole consignees, Ansar, Harford, and Co., 77,Strand, London; and respectable chemists.

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THE POPE AND DIPLOMACY.I