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Mr. C. IT. Furlong, Vice-Consul for Sirez de la Fron- tera, transacted business on Tuesday at the Foreign Office. Tho number of emigrants into Buenos Ayres during the first seven months of the present year was upwards of 4,000. The stoppage is announced of Messrs. Kelly and Co., the extensive printers and publishers, of Old Boswell- court, Temp e- bar. They are wl'll-kvOWD as the publishers court, "Post-otHco London Direcory.' The expenses att. tiding the creation of tho Duchess of Sutherland to the di.cingnished honours lately conferred on her, in the wjy of fee- and stamps, are as follows:- As fees Couutoss Cromartie, i.2,367 14-. Sd.; Viscountess Tarbet, X-116 -s.; Barone s Cas'eham, £ 'l iS o;. md.1. Baroness Mucleod, iiO-l 8s. 2d. Stamps, £ 1,870. Toial £ 5,462 l(is. THE LATE BOHHERY OF £ 211 AT OAKHAM Ou Monday last, a man named William Lt es, and his u i to, were brought up at the Stamford Police-court, charged with being concerned in tho aixwe robbery. It appears that the prisoners had been oiitJling- a X5 :ioteit sc-er, I shops at Stamford, and offered it for less than £ ■'>. It is supfosed that it is one of tiie notes sÍL!pn from a pe!1-;()D named William Walding while at Ojkham lair. The prisoners were taken to Oiikham to be tried. POACHING APFRAY ON THE TUENTUAJI ESTATE.—A collision of a de-perate character took piaco on Monday morning on the Trontham estate. A gang of poachers, to the number of about a dozen, had, abcut five a.m., commenced their operations iu a Held near the Menu. ment, and had fixed a couple of rabbit nets, which tiey were endeavouring- to till by the customary "beating up," wh n they were pounced upon by three of the Duke of Sutherland's koo ers. A furious battle bolwesn the two parties at once commenced, and for a time the keepers held their ground Lut the numerical superiority of tha poachers told in the end, and the miscreants succeeded in making off, after having administered frightful punish- ment to the keepers. Or'these, an old man was dread- luily beiten over the l ead and tace and in m-iiiv parts of the body h:1" lie is pxpecte-l to vocover. The o'her i I ¡ ,4 ¿. t

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