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THE SQDTHAMPIOti OBSERVER AND WINCHESTER NEWS-SATURDAY. AUGUST 3. 1878.
Miscellaneous.
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S SUMMERS, Grocer, Bernard-street, • SeutliaopMn, ba* * vacancy for mo OUT-DOOH EiETicE.
TO.THE BOOT AND SHOE TRADE.
- Wanted. by a person desirous of employment in the above buiioem. Would b*v* no objection to rendering hit eervic*, In r* pairing sewn. peg. and riveited work. wb«n rrqueited. Prefer* taking it oat of sbop.— AddreM—B. Brown, C2. St. AndrewVroad.
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YO(JNG MAN Accustomed to collect rent* deeiree farther EMPLOYMENT asonilec-•PJ"»g M S.8., or can act a* tutor —Good eecurity Ofict Southampton.
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OR BALE.—BARNES'S ^ COMMBN-TAEIES," CEODEN"B "OONCOED.
Theological book*. — Addrew,
THE GROSS OF 08IRI8, or THE
CEoas of UPE. B, mubTACE giaro* JONES. Joint Author (with tfio'Kev. Sir (Jeo. W. Cox, Bar».. M.A.). of " Popular Eomencee of (be Middle Age*, and "Taj** of the Ten ooioland*."— Published bv Tuom«» Scott, 11, Tba Terrace, Parouhar Koad. Upper Norwood, 8. E.—Price Sixpence, to be bad of all Bookseller*. *
PARId EXHIBIIION. dPBOlAL
CLASSES for Ladie* and Gentlemen are now in foil operation.' To peak eny Language to a* lobe understood ia not eo difficult a* would at iiu eight be auppowd. The neceaaary rul«e are generally few and almple,. and with the knowledge of tbeee and a few hundred word*—which can ea*ily be committed to memory—no one need be afraid to venture abroad.— Term*, moderate.—Apply to Dr. DECKKK, Profeeaor of Language*. Hartley Institution.
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Medical Work showing ruderers bow they may be cured without the aid of Quack*. Free on receipt of jjttetag* stamp. Addrta*, Secretary, Inititute of Anatomy,
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EBVOUS AND PHYSICAL
"DEBILITY—A gentleman, having tried in rry adrrrtUed remedy, baa dUcevered a s mple )fielf-eure. He will be happy to forward the lart to any sufferer on receipt of a ,tamped and
TO CONbUMPTiVBS.—Would yoa like
to know how to *top the Cough and caua* ea*y ixpectnation. thereby relieving tie lung, *o that they Bin heal? Would you Ilk* to know how to expel the fever and *top the night aweata ? Would you like to
good health, by a few life-i
r Lung Complai..... .... ......rr-----,
aid by mail Addreee—Prop. O. Pi
charge, prepaid by mail. Baows. 2. King-street, C<
herbal remedies? II on " Herbal Kcmediei
PICTORIAL WORLD^-AFEW
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balance handle. .18:10 60,
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PorSchool Children. Be penally &ruck -MAKER
tvtobfulk cars, village carts,
OuoD BE0D0BJM8. roK 811.B, ,try cheap. Apply to
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&AZOEB! EAZuEP!! MAZOEBI!!
G. H. SUTTON, 15. BEBNABD.8TREBT, BOOT HAMPTON, L> EOS to inform his Customers and ^Friends ■L* that he ha* ju*t now ready a large ««Wr ve-y *u perl or and »r*fully.tempered Kaxora of the WK-wing. aUrtlng thu*:—
0. H. Sutton'* celebrated Ela*tic-edge Raxar. O. H. Sutton'* Ouard Kax -r.
O. H. Sutton's Hollow Bamee.
O. H. Sutton'* very hollow ground Baxor. " O. H. Sutton'. Dw.rf Rexnr.
G. H. Sutton a Netley Baser, 1* M.
0. H. Saltan'* Bernard *tre*t R tor 1«W.
Shell and Horn ty»-*!*»* Polder* from S< 6d and upward*. Spectacle*. 91, It, 1* Sd, 1* 6J. 2*, 2* 6d.
Scl**or* of all (I Surgical Initrui and repaired on the premi ^A^arge *tock of Butchi
A great quantity of Hair, Cloth, and Tc Comb*, kc , 4c.
nd all eort* of Cutlery ground Steel*, Chopper*.

mtion of Batchir
g Chopper*, Saw,, and Steel*.
B. N. BUZEY
workmen. It I* her butineea, and hope* tc nf their kind *upport

LADY CROSS LODGE, near BROCKENHURST.
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Including bran and iron bedatead*, ipring and wool trerae*, bedding, linen, bedroom luitc* in mahog.ny
Irian pine, mahogany wardrobe*. 8ft. oak lit pointment*. The Dra
id Sutherland table*, whatnot*.^VebOTj'tortoUetheSl and buhl cabinet, a 6ft. ebony ditto, bandiome *ultee of
mounted, china, ornament*, and nicnack*. The Dining-
Besa&s&sae
4ft. ditto, en *ulte. bronxe chandelier for 8 light*. 4ft. 6in. carred oak hat and umbrella eland, oak ball table and bench**, porcelain dinner, dewert. and tea eervice*.
morning of eale. cataloguee on the Preml.e* ; of Me**r*.
22. Chancery-lane. London.
t the Principal Inn* at Southampton. Lymington. lournemouth; al.o at the Railway nation, and Inn, he neighbourhood : and Mewr,. Green and Son at loneer* and mrveyoA. 10. St. Bwithin'e-lane, Lond<
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Caledonian Canal., by LUMBA (new,learner) or - ION A. at 7 a.m., and from Greencck at * for the North and Weat
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n the *ame advantageou, term, a, heretofore. LOANS granted from £5 to £600.
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idem-The Hon. Kuot C. Yoa«

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On an extended ecale, by Ururi. Wolff and C. " iuih*mpton.
laof all klndaprovided at


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Paaaaoger* are raqueeted to remain oo Board, aa the 8 team mr will return immediately after the oooclarion of the Firework*.
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« 10 p.m , Goaport 65 Perehara 6 » P-tn.. Rot ley
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tram all the above itatlon* (except the 1*1* of

* London and heck t-


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In connection with thie Excumon to London a train laaeee Veutnor at 4.15, Shaoklin i.2S, and Sandown
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i:
(turning from Portemouth at TjOp.m. the I i MONDAY. 5rn f
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Returning from iViiton at 7.15, Sal'ubury at 7.S0 p.m the tame day.
CHEAP COHESIONS w Oafoed, laambgk* Birmingham. Wolverhampton. Shrewibury. Blanche*ter

rwlrk. I^aiulotton 1*0 9(
n Monday, the 12th of A
MBNAOBRIB.
Prom Sanger'* Grand Nation*.! Amphitheatre and the
Royal Agricultural (Great) Hall. London. rPHIS Well known large and excellent
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^ ^ ^0UBT2Wawl3W.
When the Monttr* Entertainment will be of that rarled, novel, and high claw character which ha, gained for the
TEODPB OP PEBPOEMING' ELEPHANTS (# in number, late th* property of M.E.H. the Prince
THE WONDERFULLY ^RAINED CAMELS a» DROMEDABIE^, amo
THE QOBGEOUS PROCESSION,
iually in London on Lord Mayor's Day),

orld can lay claim icli day. Aftei
ir.ee : Mr. ilDX gar: Mr. Has
■1r Pufcllo Kotiees.
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COMPAN.*(Luurai>)
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to all who draire tc
at well a* it* utility in______.
tejgee. reeldencea. oiSce*. Ac., or wl...... ...
dlatant point* to i
ln*p«ction i, fatvlted.
Psict* Foaw*aDKo on ArrucAXion
CAOMONBUI Pem^s i^HwW, oceeding* will be take*
»f the working of thi* methol ii«Uon ie afforded at either p'ace U,fy themielvee a* to it* eSdeocy
__d»ecting aantiona. ,table*.
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TUB WEST QUAY AMATEUR REGATTA CLUB, _ win be HELD off '
A PURSE of twelve guinea*, for YachU not exceeding ten km*. Entrance fee. 10, W.
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for Pour-oered l».rigged Galleys not exceeding 80 feet, rowed br amateur*, with eox-wame. Entrance fee. 15a. A" OPEjt M ATCH, for POUR-OARED IN-RIGGED Prsea, Twenty
GALLEYS,
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Edition; and Turxi_______
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vmalF poUie tneeHn^. 'Tie 'gathering in que*-tXHi was called to protnoto the obtaining of fnn«l« for # school bnuse. Sm. *# *.ippo«e. aome anrt of charge w*e mad? to «ee Mr. Herbert's own horns* and grounds, and to Ikten to the improving eloquence of the sa%e* who ahsrrd in the palaver. Several Southampton lights of Liberalism wert preheat,. aud favoured the company with their opinion*. . The principal performers, however, were Mr.'.Joseph Arch and Mr. E. Jenkins. It * *mu*ing to note the difference between the Radical me* as served up by Mr. Arch—almost raw—and Mr Jenkins' way of putting thing*. Mr. Arch's political creed is very simple. lie hstes both parson and 'squire with all the malignity of a small mind. Any HI temper fce may-have over i* at the service of anybody with * civil tongue in his head and a decent coat on his hack. Mr. Jenkina, of courte, knows well enough that mere brutality like this man Arch exptaaed, irritates opponents and alarms friends; •o Mr. Jenkins softened down his worthy allv'* too truculent eloquence, and rounded off his periods for him.
published every Pat
»ch Edition contain* the ip to the hour of going to Ts WANTING Smui
in the Southampton Obtmtr For gery additional line
The Southampton Observer
@ui% WinfUfStrr Qtvos.
SATURDAY. AUGUST 3. IS7S.
Tub debate on the Treaty of Berlin commenced on Saturday night, when Lords Beacon,Meld and Saliibury vindicated their poliCy in Hie Duke of Wellington's Riding School, before one of the most noble assemblapm ever aeen. That Lord Beaconsfield and hi* able ally completely vindicated their course of sction we need hmidly *ay. Everybody know* they could not have done more at Berlin, and the wonder is they were able to do so much. The Radicals have done their beat to weaken England's power sod influence for year* past; and it i* entirely due to Lord Beacons-field's own high courage that England holds the ptoud position she does. As for Grcece—the




BAILING PBOOEAMMB, 1*7*.
MONDAY. AUGUST 5m.
A PRIZE OP B SOVEREIGNS, 'Mssnted by lb* Commodoea, tha Mwt H*
A PEIZ* OP 3) SOVEBEIONS,
A PEIZE OP 15 HOVEEEIONB. or cutter* not exceeding 10 ton*. Fir.t pnxe, retcnted by the Vice-Commodore. W. Gordon.
J. P. I tecond prix*. £5.
A PEIZE OP 47 10s,
oe ealWvs mat eaceedm* M feel. Piwl pri* reiented by A. L. McOalmont. E*q. (Major of £
For tcbooaer* of 30 ton* and upward*.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 8rn,
SILVER COP VALUE 35 SOVEREIGNS,
v_rt m ... r,Kaq.(Sh*riffofSouthampton);
A PBIZS OP 20 BOVEBEIGNS, For cutter* not exceeding 15 ton*. Piret pnxe, £15 ; tecond prixe. £5.
A PEIZE OP IS SOVEREIGNS, For cutler* not exceeding 10 ton*. Kir*t prix*. £10, preeented by P. Craw,bay, E*q.; eecood prixe, £5. A PEIZE OP £7 10sw For cotter* not exceeding 23 feeL Pi rat priie, £5, preeented by the Boo. Eli^C.^Yorko, M P.;
Tha BAND of the lar QANTB ENGINEEEB *U1 perform on the PIER, from 3 to 6 in tha Afternoon.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 9ra,
THE CLUB PRIZE OF 100 SOVEREIGNS, For cutters of 30 too* and upward*. Open to members
, A 7%** 0F 60 SOVEREIGNS,
Por yawla of 30 ton, and upward*. A ateamer will accompany these race*, free to member* andeobecribera.
A PRIZE OP 25 SOVEREIGNS,
For yawla aadar 30 ton*.
A PRIZB OP 15 SOVEREIGNS,
seoood pnxe, 15. ^-_r.
A PEIZE OP 10 SOVEREIGNS, \ For caU*r* not *xoeedlng 27 feeL
No eliding keels aOowod.
*iU'Mr. T. DattaalL *
W. E- WOLFF. Hon. Sao. Oa BATURDAY. AOGT7ST 3w>.
----------CLUB
illy, and if the Greek:
frienda are wise, we shall hear no more of her having been deceived. If she were cheated, ,he cheated herself, and her ample experience in roguery should have taught her more moderation. The aaaembly that bad met in honour of the noble Lords was probably the most iiluatrious ever gathered together on such an occa»ion. and should, in itself, not be without very significant results. Lord Beaconsfield, in a few outspoken words, literally gibbeted Mr. Gladstone. No doubt the friends, admirers, and sympathisers with the great Pecksniff-Maw worm will be l greatly horrified at the plainneas of the Premier's language, but all houest men will hold him justified. No restraint or bound* have been set to the grostnes* of the abuse Mr. Gladstone and bis friends have Been heaped upon Lord Beaconsficld. The vilest imputations have been showered upon him, and no libel has been too vile for Radical lips to utter, or Radical pens to write, when he has been lb* object of their attacks. Under these circumstance*, the few plain words that Ml from his lordship were something more'than deeerved. That they will teach better manners to his opponents is bopelem*—they are beyond reformation. It may. however, re that there is such a tb ng aa reulia-
It is a beautiful fact in connection with our new powession, Cyprus, that it seems to be mentioned in every department of literature. Homer, Martial, and St. Lake, all have aomething to say about it. The Isle of Venus, wonld 'appear to have held a distinguished plsce both in aacred and profane history, and " turns up " in the moet unexpected qusrter*. To come down from world-famous au'bora. to re»pect*ble compilations, we find very fair little epUotrfes of its political and natural history in each of the crclo-pediaa to which we have acceaa. These are the the Glob«, Clambtrt'a, and a eotnewhat an-cient edition *| the Encyclopedia Britannica And here we note the curious Net that a " nohle lord," who was somewhat troublesome in aaking questions concerning Cyprua of another noble lord, waa referred to the Encyclopedia BriUot-«<* " giving all the varied information he we* eager to acquire. But the following evening the knowledge-seeking peer came down to the "house," and alleged there were only 15 lines (so be is reported to hsve said) about Cyprus in the E. B. Yet our copy—a very old one, snd some four editions behind the present one—has 107 lines of Cypriote lore. Now it seems to us curious that later editions should have less, rather than more on the subject particularly as the Globe has 43 lines, and Cham Jen's 66 lines. Both, by the way, giving the island a much better character than the more highly reputed work of reference. It undoubtedly has great capabilities, and may be Loth useful'and profit able to the English nation if the Russians and Radicals will allow us peace to developc its re
U however, whether of the word. 4
:an be called, rtmre." The
brave fellow,
warda the North Pole, had ccrtainly no provisiot of feather beds or elastic mattresses made lot their comfort. We have an idea. too. tha soldiers on guard duty have but a plank bed t« rest on. and we never heard that this was Intended for punishment. Many persons, loi health's sake, habitually use mattresses, that if not as hard as boards sre nearly as uncomfor' able to the inexperienced. Yet a few days' ui makes these rough couches so agreeable that they are preferred to softer resting pit " ' ' when we consider the misery i cause we cannot fail to wonder that anybody should think it worth while to regret lhat for one month they are made tolerably uncomfortable. Take the biutal assaulter*, for instance—men who are shown repeatedly fo have tortured some unfortunate woman for years, do they not deserve mishment they cm feel ? l ake the elabo-
r-ind Wale, «t«4taf
"> md ,k.lr
SftScEz 5%%

ro».—The Mayor (A. L. mervisw with Mr. Ki.o«!l]

in. but we b»li»e bis wor tt befoie TuetJjy urxt. W. Railway tradio return
week ending the S8th nit. ,how au_____ _ _
compared with the correaponJ n • meek of laat year '
SA.SOBB-* ClSLCVJS. - Thi, celebrated eoueetria. caUbliahn.ent will ,honly pay a ri.it to th e town, the partieolara of which will be found in our adaertwin, ibt Meesra. Sanger will agaia eserte—crowded attendance".



thia (Friday)
------—■-— —eir annual "umm«
alao to aalect delegatee to present an i Beacon ffield and Saliabury on l ueaday Owmo to the strong easterly breexe
Ike wre*k of tbe Earydioa o« Tkuraday.







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I he Irish Judge who reduced the sentence on brutal ruffian because of thia addition to hi punishment, must be a!mo*t too tender-hearte for his post. But then nobody in Ireland stem dpoint as any


a for the fut

Truth—a journal which certainly has not much sympathy with the various temperance movements—notes, we obtcrve, the fact that in " so-it is becoming faabi

t that has b
custom They suggest, and much of the use of alcoholic more to .habit than to real liking. Our inference is that if strong drink growa ungenteel, the temperance movement will make rapid strides. For we English are a very imitative people, and uncommonly fond of doing as our betters do. So, when John Bull learns that Lords and Ladies can quench their thirst on crated water, he will be le-a doggedly devoted to the notion that life iry wilderness without peipetual beer, lmends the advocates of tem-tbe eatabliibment of attractive ere non-intoxicaU's of an agreeable i be reaoily and cheaply obtained. Of course, as far as the needs of the working-clasi the "coffee-houses" and "temperance publi_ house*," are likely to be very serviceable. The writer in Truth, however, we fancy, is thinking of the wants of those of a rather different cli Of those who consume the mineral or chemical waters now so extensively advertised. Here, we think, private enterpriae will s*rve the cause best. If some clever chemist, catches the hint that Truth give* about the handy "bara" at chemist stores in the States, the work is done. At these many varieties of non-intoxicating drinks are sold, to the benefit of the vendor and the comfort of the purchaser; and we think the same thing would answer here. In the " heated, terms" that we have already borrowed from America, the supply, we should expect, would hardly equal the demand.
body anywhere else does.
p*
'bould hi . _____ _______________ ...
England. We are not used to repression of opinion here, snd we hardly understand the ,eii-sitivenesa of English officials- to abuse whose ndiculous violence is its own antidote. The fact is we fancy that Lord Lytton is an example of the pretty generally accepted axiom that poet a are only good to write poetry. Their superior powers of imagination an- rather hindrances than •k of life. Everything lets to whst

r different i
take place at t--------- ...... ^
Thursday, under the preaideney of Hi, Worship th* Major (A. L McCalmont. Esq.) In addition to the u*ual n a tehee, there will be an open four oared galley match for all cwneis. There will abo be duck hunte and other amusements. An efficient band ha* been engaged for the occaaion, and with finewea'ber • good day "a #poet i, in store for the lover* of aquatic*. The annual dinner
inoe, J.P., w.i, unanimously reelected proeide le entuing year
Tns HxotsiKATins. —Pereo. * entitled to ha»o name, on the regwter of voter* *ti<»ild he panic ,I examine the li*l>, which are now poate-l at the C and Chapel door* in the different p«riahe* i.fciho In eases of omluion or improper di.cripin.n they • make applicator.* to Mr. D. R M'Mruui. Vernon I Walterloo-place who will .upply the regutite form
Daavn or a C'*api!«au-Csnlin.l Franchl Pontittcal Secretary of State, died on Thur*day moi
i Tburedey e*.

Church ol Eagla*
i.n. (member* of the Sooth Juardians). A deal of diet general purport of which waa

owev«r, wag reminded thai it was water being ip&md that the other, a »upply. Anotb< r ,p«aliercauaed
ction of any system >le, but that it waa ; supply of good »
n full force the Put
ealtb Act, age i to exist which r into disrepute
■mrnonsly passet . for attending.
they " know t

e off the Hoyal I 10 le,* than 13 e» h for 25 guinea
policy and Mr. Gladstone's it simply the difference between English policy and Russian policy. According to Mr. Gladstone we should have forced the Dardanelles and blockaded Stamboul, while Russia used her gentle coercive measures on
In plainer words wc were to have held a pi,to at Turkey's head while Russia picked he pockets. A noble policy truly, and well worth' of the party who openly consigned the interest of England to perdition, thereby hoping tt smooth the road of office for themselves.


red. The oilier will h* | race. The l«nd of the I lie direction of Mr i. I). V i^tion tersel, and perform during the da,. Mr. T. 1
Ing but fln.
the Town Council, that at a day, the Corporation have to draw up the address of ted to the Prince and Pri
ting held on-Tues-
ippointed
A Radical eon temporary recently devoted
They commence with a little hlnteffabuae of the CUrgy, as if they had hindered, or wiahed to hinder, cducatioo to that neighbourhood. We
mm
of a voluntary -»- — *
oeeaaion of iheir ei* to the town wTlZMiday J, ® '2'h fn*,an'l lay the dedication of the ntj Church of St. Mary. It was also arranged thi. efforts should be made to induce their Royal Highness** to land jt the Pier instead of thi Dock a, aa originally proposed. One advanfag. ofU,*mr^emm,t would be that ihijoonwy through the Iligh-street would be obtained for
by the demand for tiek.u, mil tb. promi*. of porje to bo prorated to tbo Princo*. Tbo llrely laterct evinced by .11 du«. in thi. ,, p.ciou. .mt, demoQ.tr,le, tb., the 12th o,
A^g^dlkqwt..g.|.dv b lh.rn.wl. .f
MINOR
laxLAND ha*
cou jurat bv the Teuton*
the impetus which brought (
ahore* been (officii
11 her westward—the *
fact that her <5* ^,Ur,t in Ku'»P« Had Cerdic and his Teutonio i sufficient to carry the
warn
t, • r* ne*k •nd'°t August 10, 1878—Monday Friday,- gun, sqaaf, snd guarddrilj, at 7 .10 p m — tV nefcla,, the curpa will p-rndo at tbo Drill-hall, at ; p m , in full uniform, officer, undreas. Band to at'. N.B —1, special order*, will be iwued for the guar,, hoeeorhe bwrnyal highwaa th* Prineeef W.te,, Moi.day, August 12th -2, Captains Bance snd Pm be—r w eamp at Sboakory meae, t&* lompogary eomm will devolve on Captain Shut!* -Officer, moo ccm* wngl «aeera. and hn#p#tev lor daty: Liacteu
two gentlemen select*! from this w*pd io present an addreaa to Lord Boacom&eld snd the Marqui, ol Sal e-burT.cnTae^Ur next, >r* Mr. E. SJaye*, J.P., and
Nautilus, which lefi ha, put Into Mullioi She will proceed «
n of hand, in kirkgale
Wealeyan CbapeL Th* official charge of th* , sident. tb* E*v. Dr. Pni A Bbavb Girl. —M operator, who distinguished herself dor
te
she destroyed the
at tb* risk of hil Dronot, aa iatoreating
lentlcity which Fitst'* Kussiaa
e-cornered hat __ ------------
• was six peuuds sterling, and it w,
. . 'avjdouhted—of Napoleo
Iiussiaa campaign. This wa* the celebrai* id hat of the great Kmpetoi

Mr. J. Blount Thomas's bvrineas l---------
*tr**t and Canute-road. Wa have ooreelvc* been per-' it, and war* both surprised snd gratified
Doeka. WabavalltUe doubt but that very tbortly the — part In all eg-