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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT, !

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--_.._---_---_-THE REV. NEWMAN…

THE LATE AZIZ PASHA.

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MR. GLADSTONE AT HOME.

A BISHOP ON BISHOPS.

THE FEAR OF TORPEDOES.

The POSSESSION of CONSTANTINOPLE.

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----SENTENCED TO DEATH.

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SENTENCED TO DEATH. At the Liverpool assizes, John Goulding, a young man, has been indicted for having, at Liverpool, on the 16th July last, murdered Daniel Lloyd. The counsel for the prosecution gave the following out- line of the case. He said that the deceased was a la- bourer and a neighbour of the prisoner. The first time the prisoner was heard of in connection with the case was abont half-past ten o'clock on the night of thei6th July. He went into the house of another neighbour named Vaughan, and said to him, "Come out and let's soften Lloyd's head.' Vaughan did not respond to the invitation, and the plÎ- soner left the house alone. After this he called at Lloyd's house aud saw Mrs. Lloyd* who asked him what he wanted, and told him to go about his business. The next time he was heard of he was standing at the corner of the street (Suenstone-stivet) in whhh he lived, alld opposite the house of the deceased. There Wére two or three companions with him, aud Hoyd then came out of his house, when the prisoner wcnt up to him and said, Do you want to fight," or somethiug to that etfed. The deceased then struck the prisoner a blow on the head and then returned to his house. The prisoner was about to follow him, but his mather and a Mrs. Bowness prevented him, He theu went to the cellar in which his mother lived, and remained there for some time, when, happening to put his hand to his head, he found that it was bleeding from the blow which the deceased had struck him. Upon this he ex- claimed, Oli! must I lose my blood and have nothingfor it." At this moment it appeared, although there was no evidence of it, that the prisoner seized a poker, and lrs, Bowness and his mother got hold of him to prevent him from leaving. He, however, pushed them on one side and rushed out of the house anti went to the house of the deceasod man. There he appeared to lave broken a pane of glass, and Mrs. Lloyd hearin the noise opened the door when the prisoner rushed in. The deceased was seated at a table, and the prisoner struck him on the head four or five blows with the poker with his full strength, knocking him down and rendering him insensible. Lloyd was raised up, and the police were sent for, bj whom he was removed to the infirmary. There it was found that he had sustained a comminuted fracture of the skull, for the raising of which an oporation had to be performed, but the deceased gra- dually sank and on the 24th July he died. The jury found the prisoner guilty of Wilful Murder, but recommended him to mercy. Mr. Justice Hawkins passed sentence of death up m him, and said he would forward to the proper quarter the jury's recommendation.

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THE "HEAT" OF DEBATE.

DISTRESS IN RUSSIA.

THE LATE MR. WARD HUNT.

A MILITARY GLUTTON.

THE RUSSIAN RETREAT FROM PLEVNA.

SELECTED ANECDOTES.

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