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A THINKING MACHINE!-

DISCOVERY of a SHIPWRECKED…

THE TWO AMBASSADORS.

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THE TWO AMBASSADORS. The World says :—" The second State Concert is over. It is a pleasant duty to be able to report that none of the Chinese present disturbed the sweet sounds by their inharmonious regurgitations. A system of strict surveillance was apparently kept on them, and the slightest signs of somnolency were checked with vigour for fear of consequences. But if the Chinese were thus decorously unamusing on this occasion, among certain inquisitive people curiosity was excited as to the attitude which would be assumed by the representatives ef the Sublime Porte and of All the Russias toward each other. It must be acknowledged that it was likelv that a small amount of malaise might exist. Count Schouvaloff, however, was equal to the occasion. Before the music began, and while the various diplomatists were discussing the question of the war or the eccentricities of Lord Salisbury, he retired to an opposite corner to that thus occupied, and only returned at the last moment to the privileged seats. He then so managed that Count Beust should be placed between himself and Musurus Pasha. The Austrian made himself most agreeable to both his neighbours, but there were not a few who sympathised with his position, as they do with that of his country. If Austria were by any chance to be implicated in the war, the position of the ambassadors at the Court of St. James's migh become still more embarassing. It is fortunate there are no more State Concerts this year."

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iPEACE OR WAR WITH THE GREEKS.

AMERICAN HUMOUR. *

EPITOME OF NEWS. BRITISH AND…

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REVOLTING MURDER IN FRANCE.

IWAR NEWS. -.

THE BRITISH FLEET AT BESIKA…

SUICIDE OF A BLUE COAT BOY.

MR. ALBERT GRANT'S MANSION.

ESCAPE OF A TIGER FROM A TRAIN.…

THE LORD CHANCELLOR ON COFFEE…

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