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HOME AND FOREIGN.

[By Elboteio Telborafh—Copybiqht.J f Pbb Phbss Association, i

PRESIDENT CARNOT. PARIS, Jtjnb 5. President Carnot has been received with enthusiasm in the northern districts.

THE LATEST LONDON MURDER. LONDON, Jtjse 5.

Additional parti of a female body have been recovered from the Thames. It is now believed that the body was mutilated in order to conceal the effects of an illegal operation.

THE IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. LONDON, Jcne 5. The House of Commons resumes on the 17th inst.

COMMERCIAL. LONDON, Jcne 5. The quantity of wheat and flour afloat for the United Kingdom is 1,528,000 quarters, and for the Continent 348,000 The American visible supply is 20,250,000 bushels. English wheat has a downward tendency, while Continental is depressed and American declining. THE COPPER OUTPUT. PARIS, June 5. The Tharsis Company refuse to discuss the question of the limitation of the output of copper. AMERICAN CONTRIBU riONS TO THE NATIONALISTS. NEW YORK, June 5. For the future funds subscribed here for the National cause are to be remitted direct to Mr Parnell, thus avoiding the agency of the Clanna-Gael. SATISFACTORY. PARIS, June 5. The Chamber of Deputies repudiates the notion that Earl Lytton's absence from his post duriug the Exhibition festivities was a result t.f England's hostility towards the Republic.

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HOME AND FOREIGN., Issue 7926, 6 June 1889

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HOME AND FOREIGN. Issue 7926, 6 June 1889

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