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I The Man About Town.

IA BOY'S FOLLY.

I HIGHLY CONNECTED.

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ITHE ORNAMENTAL RASHER.

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IRATING OF DOWLAIS WORKS.

l A Cast of the Net."

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LOCAL LAW CASE.

i NEGRO LYNCHING.

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The Murder of a Singer.

!Explosive Hair-wash. I

I DISASTROUS FIRE.

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THE FEAR OF MADNESS. I

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SHOCKING DEATH OF A TRAMP.

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PAST EVENTS IN OUR ISLAND…

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PAST EVENTS IN OUR ISLAND j RECALLED. | JULY 24TH. I 1712—-{Anne)—Marsha) Villara attacked' the Earl 1 of Albemarle, who was encamped with 13 i battalions and 30 squadrons at Denatn i the Earl was taken prisoner, 3,000 killed, | as many taken prisoners, and a vast j quantity of ammunition and provision, and 12 pieoea of oannon, 37 colours, and -< three standards, taken by the French. 1797-(George III.)—Nelson's unsuccessful attack J on Santa Cruz; the Admiral lost bis right J arm. 1 1801—(George III.)—Madeira was taken by OoL Clinton. 1813—(George HI.)—Pampeluna was besieged by Wellington. 9 1815—(George III.)—Napoleon arrived at TorbaJ J on board the Belierophon. 1825—(George IV.)—The Provisional Government of Greece applied to England for aid aguinat Turkey. i JULY 25TH. 3 on board the Betterophoa. 1825—(George IV. )-The Provisional Government of Greece applied to England for aid aguinat Turkey. i JULY 25TH. 3 1715—(George I.)—Commissions were issued for "j raising thirteen regiments of Dragoons and eight of Foot. 4 1724-(George L) -The South Sea Company fitted out twelve ships of 310 tons each in order J to revive the English whale fishery in ;| Greenland. A 1757—(George II.)—The Dakeof Cumberland was i defeated by Marshal D'Estrees at Harten- | beck. I 1800-(Goorge III.)—Capture of a Danish frigate j and convoy by a British squadron. 1814-(George III.)—Battle of Chippawa, North America. General Rial], supported by j General Drummond, defeated the Amen- cans. 1834—(William IV.)—Lord Albborpe announced a further murplus of revenue and reduced more taxes. J

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