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lIAL PARL1 1 OF LORDS, June 20, tb olution declaring the exp< Ilr Instead of five o'clocl notion, which was suppo: a Sari of Camperdown. Jeaoonsfleld said the propi venient to law lords and I lie supported the change who would then have a 1 House. On a division -1 voces. )• having given a third. ieadtoi' to and passed (MetropolU) Bill and the On in lb us ftegula- vanced some other orders a at) ige, adjourned oel to seven o'clock. ng Sitting of the HOICJSE OF COl IMONS, Mr. P. notice that on Wednesday n* xt he would to bring in a Bill to establish a tribunal in notions akin to those of Parlla mentary Com- rd to local and private Bills oil an industrial aracter. and the Chancellor of the E. cebequer, In Otway, declined to give any affairs while negotiations we're still pro- Chancellor added that the Governments ef I of France were in perfect accord upon the a question from Major Dickson, Colonel that the Colonial Secretary bwd received telegraph that the body of the Prince Im- recovered and would be forwarded to this Sir R. Peel, Colonel Stanley said he was not opacity the Prince was serving or whether I t) the Staff of the Commander-in-Chief, bat 3 had not gone on the reconnoitring party by ih the knowledge of Lord Chelmsford. a* for the rest of the morning in Committee lll, and clauses 45 and 46 were agreed to. tog Sitting, Sir C. Dilke moved for copies of ess passed by Sir Garnet Wolseley in Cyprus. !Vas seconded by Mr. Monk. Colonel Stanley lome of the returns he had received were with each other, and he promised to obtain information. Forster, Mr. Goldney, Mr. Gladstone, Mr. her hon. members also took part in the debate for papers was agreed to, and the House /l'enty minutes to two o'clock.

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THE DEATH OF THE PRINCE IMPERIAL.

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PULPIT REFERENCES TO THE PRWCES…

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COUBT MOURNING.

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HOW THE NEWS WAS RECEIVED…

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A GERMAN VIEW OF THE PRINCE'S…

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS.

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THE PRINCE IMPERIAL'S FUNERAL.

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THE ASHES OF COLUMBUS.

THE HOSPITALS IN SOUTH AFRICA.

THE BISHOP OF LICHFIELD ON…

VIOLENT THUNDERSTORMS.

WOOD PRESERVATION.

ANOTHER EXPLORATION FUND.

THE TRANSMISSION OF LIVING…

BEARDS IN THE ARMY.

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DESTRUCTIVE TORNADO.

A HOUSE-BOY BRIGADE.

STEAM CABS IN VIENNA.

HARVEST PROSPECTS.

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THE QUEEN'S VISIT TO CHISLEHURST.

CUTTINGS FROM AMERICAN PAPERS.