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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. The TICHBORNE CASE ITS PROBABLE TER- ? MINATION. Jules Berrant, formerly servant to Roger Tichborne, BWore yesterday that claimant was not the real Roger. lie had not the same features. Eleanor Chatilloa, wife Of Roger's tutor, gave positive evidence respecting the tattoo marks, and the Rev. Sebastian Salice, Roman Catholic, aui Mr. Robert Mansfield, a retired barrister, both swore that Claimant was not Roger Tichborne. Soon after the mid-day adjournment the Foreman said, having heard the evidence with regard to the tattoo 70aarlis, and subject to his Lordship's direction, and to the hearing of any other evidence the learned counsel fiiay desire to advance, the jury did not require any farther evidence (sensation). Serjeant Ballantine wished to make no definite reply to this statement, and asked for an adjournment. This was ultimately agreed to, and the Judge directed that Baigent should be in attendance on Wednesday lnorning. STRIKE AMONG CABMEN. ..The cabmen of York have struck for an advance of ^ree shillings per week. THE TIN MARKET. The standards of tin ore were yesterday advanced Per ton all round in Cornwall. The miners' wages lUestion has been settled amicably at St. Just. STRIKE AT LEEDS. A mass meeting was held at Leeds yesterday after- noon of the ten thousand flax operatives who struck |n the morning, when it was resolved to hold out for 'he nine hours system. The meeting was unanimous. MANSLAUGHTER AT SHIELDS. James, the man who killed the German sailor at ^hields on January 1st, was sentenced at Durham Assizes yesterday, to twenty years' penal servitude. (MARRIAGE OF DECEASED WIFE'S SISTER. T t A rumour obtains currency that Lord Penzance is Bill to introduce the Deceased Wife's Sister Bill in t 0 ie House of Lords, and that the Archbishop of York 111 to cease his opposition. LADY CHARLES KER. Lady Charles has passed a quiet night. Her general ^'tQptorns, though complicated with very grave indica- V1?8) are altogether more favourable. Her Majesty ^sited the unfortunate lady on Saturday, staying for "out twenty minutes. LIBEL BY AN INSURANCE AGENT. At the Leicester Assizes yesterday, William Lambert, prance agent, was sentenced to twelve months' im- j^isonment for libels on Mr. Johnson, Loan Society Manager, at East Barnet, whom he accused of malver- 8ation of Friendly Society funds. HEALTH OF THE PRINCE OF WALES. Prince of Wales still suffers from the" affection a 8 le8- He was able to take a carriage airing with t!9 PriQcess on Saturday. The Prince's departure for 6 Continent will probably be unavoidably delayed for v, s"Ort time. It is now expected that the visit of his rHighness to Great Yarmouth to review the Nor- folk Artillery Militia will take place in the first week 01 June.

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