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THE QUEEN AN THE ALBERT ORPHAN…

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THE FRENCH EXHIBITION. --

THE SCOTCH SCHOOLS.I

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A SAD STATE OF THINGS IN AMERICA.

FASHIONS FOR JULY.

TRADE LAWS IN THE OLDEN TIME.

----GREAT FIRE IN LONDON.

THE EPIDEMIC IN DUBLIN.

A STUBBORN BARREL ORGAN!

THE EMPRESS EUGENIE.

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THE EMPRESS EUGENIE. A Paris correspondent says that on a certain after- noon recently, when the crowd, as usual, formed queue at the entrance to the Panorama of the Isth- mus of Suez, a lady presented herself at the door of exit, and begged to be allowed to enter by that to avoid the crush at the other. Certainly not," said the janitor, I am put here to keep people out, and not to let them in." The lady still urged her request, saying that she was fatigued, and that she feared the pressure of the crowd. But the man in authority lost his temper, and replied brusquely, Madam, everybody says the same as you do. You can't come in, I tell you Then the lady, smiling more sweetly than ever, said a word in the man's ear that had the effect of magic, and making the most humble of bows, and murmuring all sorts of apologies, he let pass her Majesty the Empress These visits incognito are by no means infrequent. Upon one occasion, when she was walking quite unnoticed along one of the walks in the park, an officer in command of a bat- talion of soldiers, who had just arrived to visit the Exhibition, recognised her, and created a tremendous sensation by ordering his men to present arms. Her Majesty acknowledged the unwished-for salute, but seemed to wish that it had not been accorded, and, of course, incognito was completely at an end for that day. One evening last week, while her Majesty was conducting her nephew and two nieces, the children of the Duchess of Alba, over the Spanish and the Austrian sections of the palace, an immense crowd followed her every movement, and rushed in hot haste hither and thither to get a good view of her gracious figure. The result was very embarrassing in every way, and at length a grand crash was heard. A magnificent crystal vase was overturned, and smashed into a thousand pieces, but her Majesty ordered that the unfortunate exhibitor, whose vase was thus de- molished should be paid its full value.

THE COLOUR DIFFICULTY IN AMERICA.

THE EGYPTIANS LEARNING AGRICULTURE.-

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