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(Per Keider's Agency,] The Araby Maid. London, Noy. 21. The Araby Maid is badly strained. -It is expected that most of her cargo will be saved, but the extent of salvage will depend on the weather. Healed Up. Nov. 22. Owing to the influence of the Right Hon. Mr. Gladstone, the. Cabinet is again reunited, and therefore it is not expected that a winter session of Parliament will be held. That Blessed Country. - Five arrests have been made at Loughrea, in Ireland, for attempts at reinstating a tenant. DeadObituary.—Field Marshal Sir Charles Yorke, Constable ofjhe Tower of London, and the Right Hon. Sir Alexander Cockburn, Lord Chief Justice of England. Worse Luck. Paris, Nov. 20. The port of Cherbourg, which suffered severely last month from heavy floods, has been again visited by a serious storm, which has done considerable damage to the town and the surrounding districts.
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