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STANLEY'S EXPEDITION. LONDON, Juke 1?. News has been received here that Stanley and Eminßoy intend to follow Tippoo Tib to. Zanzibar.
HORRID barbaric rites. LONDON, Junk 17. Horrible barbarities are reported to bar* been perpetrated at New Calabar on the occasion of the late King's funeral. Scores of Natives were sacrificed.
LONDON, June 17. The fight between Sullivan and Kiirain for the championship of the world and & stake of 2,000J ols has been fixed foe July S.
DESTRUCTIVE CYCLONE. NEW YORK, June 17.
A cyclone traversed Kansas, where serious floods have occurred. Union town has been swept away. THE GERMAN-AFRICAN EXPEDITION. LONDON, June 17. It is feared that three of Captain Wittman's steamers are missing. A portion of the German fleet has been despatched m search of them. CLOSING OF A CHURCH. DUBLIN, June 17. The Bishop of Limeriek hai olosed Knock Church, owing to the bo£potting of a farmer who had been accused of land grabbing.
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