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LINCOLN ELECTION.-On Saturday last, Mr. Charles Beely was returned without opposition. TheWaterwitch (-.s.), of Belfast, has foundered in the Bristol Channel. Crew saved. Tne Victoria-street Theatre, Belfast, a wooden erection, has been completely destroyed by fire, which for BOQU time threatened the adjoining premises. The British and North American royal mail eteamei Asia was on Saturday despatched from Liverpool for New York, with the United btates mails, X2,500 in specie, and fifty passengers. The marriage of the Princess Alice and the Grea International Exhibition will make the season of 18(;2 a gay and brilliant one, and we are justified in announcing that it will commence unusually early. We bel eve that the Court will arrive at Buckingham-palace in January, and that Her Majesty will open the season soon after.— Court Journal. WILL OF SIR WOLTAM CrBrrr.—Sir William Cubitt, F.R.S., civil engineer, f, rmeriv of Greai Gc-or,-e-s:tre,t, Wesminster, who died at his residence, Clapham-common, Surrey, on the 13th of last month, had executed his will in 1852, appointing his son, Joseph Cubitt, Esq., and Francis Thomas Bircham, Esq., of Parliament-street, executors, to whom probate was grante d by tiie London Court on the -8th u t., the personalty being sworn under ) .CHO.OOO. Sir William Cubitt was the a chiteot of Lis j own lortune; po?sestin? pr?t talent in the pr fessum to which he devoted himself, he so?n rose to eminence, and by a successful career acquired both aftiu nee and t d stinction. His public works as a civil engineer are well known, and the.r utility such as to place hixa in the foremost rank of his profession. The will of Sir William is, with the exception of a few sma 1 legacies, confined to the members of his fam ly. To his re- lict an annuity of JE1,000 is bequeathed, with a portion ct plate and furniture, from which she is to select to the | amount of XI,500, added to which there are some specific bequests, and amongst them the vMo 01 Dresden porce. lain with the gold hoop or band attached to it, presented j to him by the Prince Consort, containing the jn>crjpion and autograph letter accompanying the gift; these are directed to be retained ns heirlooms. T testator his bequeathed to his son, Joseph Cubitt, E-q., his profe- sional instruments, books, letters, MSS.. plans and papers absolutely, a portion of plate and urnimre, to the vaine of £250, and ( n -third of the entire residue of his est-it,. To each of his two dau. bte s Sir William has bequeathed a similar portion of plate and furniture, and they are each to participate with their brother Joseph in a like equal tli.rd share of the residue. Tnere are sm .11 leg icie3 be- que.ithed to th. executors, aud to the testator's brothers a: sisters; and esracies of nineteen guineas each are bequeathed for mourning. )

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