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[Per Reuter's Agency,) The Imperial Parliament. London, Not. 29. Parliament is summoned to meet for the despatch of business on January 6th. Earl Granville, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, made a speech at Hanley, in which he stated it was impossible that the present condition of Ireland could long continue, and that the Government intended to introduce measures dealing with the present disorders, and providing for the future happiness of Irishmen generally. More Troops for Disturbed Ireland. In consequence of the continued unsettled state of Ireland, and the necessity for reinforcements of troops in the disturbed districts. Government has ordered the dispatch of a regiment of Horse Guards from London to Ireland without delay. A Ritualist MartyrRev. Mr. Euraght, of Staffordshire, who had been Ritualistic practices, has been for contempt of an order of the cal Court. '* 1 "

Dead. Obituary—Mr. William Higgett. Leg Mania. The" six days’ pedestrian tournment commenced to-day. Swan and O’Connor are the New Zealand competitors. Murder by Islanders: Sydney,. Nov. 29. The Cacogalia has arrived from the Solomon group. Her commander and five seamen were surprised and killed by the natives. The Ariel, reported as missing, as arrived all well. Hanlan and Laycock, A meeting has been called for the purpose of endeavoring to provide funds for Laycock for a match against Hanlan for the championship of the world. Embezzlement of Gold. Mr. Lundargieum, manager of the Branch City Bank, has been arrested for embezzlement of gold valued at L9OO.

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LATEST FROM EUROPE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 204, 30 November 1880

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