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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. --..--

DYAGE FROM LIVERPOOL TO NEW…

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DYAGE FROM LIVERPOOL TO NEW YORK. iting account is at hand of the voyage from [ to the United States of the Liverpool 3aJtic, Captain Perry, of the White Star line, 'ived at North River at a late hour on May before the Plymouth packet sailed (Bays the Albion). The Baltic sailed from Liverpool th of April, and Queenstown on the 21st. On loon of the 22nd, the wind blowing freshly, a sterly sea set in. Orders were given to take and while this was being done a heavy sea :e ship forward. William Merritt, an able Bngaged in stowing the jib, was washed over- The engines were stopped, and a lifebuoy wn into the sea within tifty feet of the drown- He was seen to pass the stern of the vessel ship's length, but was lost to view. After )f more than an hour the ship was again put urse. On the 23rd, about eight in the morn- rque flying signals of distress was sighted. ic bore down, and it was found that she was iregian barque Augusta, of Christlansand, in ler pumps were choked, and there was nine feet n her In Id. No time was lost in rescuing the sisting of 15 men. The captain was in a delirious and had to be removed from his vessel by force. tb, atseven in the morning, Peter Peterson, one cued crew, fell into the sea and was lost. On i heavy gale from the north-west set in. One of of the forecastle storeroom was stove in, and lage was caused in the saloon aft by pitching, is continually sweeping the decks fore and the 27th it was discovered that one of the passenger?, an Italian, had smallpox. The was at oiice placed in the deck hospital, and tad to come in contact with him were vaccina- e ship's surgeon. The passengers were not that the small-pox had broken out, as it was lat a panic might result. Upon arriving at is, the sick man was taken on shore by the tS. The steerage passengers were all vaccina- after being properly disinfected the ship ved to go to her pier. After the gale on the IDg head winds and rough seas were encoun- ing the rest of the voyage.

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I THE PRINCE'S MENAGERIE.

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j AN ADVENTUROUS CAREER.

VISIT OF BRITISH WORKMEN TO…

WRECK STATISTICS.

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ENGLAND'S DETERMINATION to…

WORDS AND FACTS.

A CHINESE WIDOW.

PAUPERISM.

LADIES' CONFERENCE ON TEMPERANCE.

THE FUNERAL OF M. MICHELET.

DOG-BITING CASES

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AN ANCIENT ASTROLABE,

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