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CORN-LAWS.

CORN-LAWS.

Mr. G. BANKES said that the Hon. Member for Dumfries had not given him any intimation of the day on which he would bring on his motion respecting the cornlaws. Mr. EWART said that the precise day would depend upon the advice of those friends of free trade with whom he was accust
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Natal especially seems destined to great importance hereafter. The drought in the Caffre country appears to have been still bad.

Natal especially seems destined to great importance hereafter. The drought in the Caffre country appears to have been still bad.

The Paris papers are chiefly occupied with the great topic of the day—the forthcoming debate on the vote fur secret service money, the budget for the army in Africa, and the speeches made in the House of Commons on the distresses of the country. Some of the remarks on the latter
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IIIELAND.

IIIELAND.

DUBLIN, MAY 11.—The 11th Regiment of Infantry arrived here this morning from England, and will proceed jointed ately to Kilkenny, Carlow, and the neighbouring district. There has not been so large a military force on the Irish establi•ihment for the last sixteen years as at the
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A. SURVIVOR OF THE FORTYFOURTH.

A. SURVIVOR OF THE FORTYFOURTH.

(EXTRACT OF A LETTER.) "CAMP DEESA, AfAactt 2. " This morning a strange man came into camp, covered with hair, and almost naked, his face burnt very much; he turned out to be Lance-Sergeant Philip Edwards, of the Queen's 44th Regiment, who escaped at the general slaughter at Gun
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REID'S ACTIVE POWERS, BY WRIGHT. In a lame Volume, octavo, bound in cloth, price 23. SSAYS on the ACTIVE POWERS

REID'S ACTIVE POWERS, BY WRIGHT. In a lame Volume, octavo, bound in cloth, price 23. SSAYS on the ACTIVE POWERS

of the HUMAN MIND; an Inquiry into the Human Mind on the Principles of Common Sense ; and an Essay on Quantity. Py THOMAS REID, D.D., F.R.S.E., and a Memoir of the Author by DUGALD STEWART. A New Edition, with Notes, Sectional Heads, and a Synnptical Table of Contents, by Rev. G
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