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HOME AND FOREIGN.

(By Rwotrw Telegraph.—Copyright,] [Special To Pbecs Association. |

PERSONAL. LONDON. OtiidliEß 28, (Received October 20,1859, at noon >

The Duke of Edinburgh did not attend the funeral of the late King of Portugal, as intended,' being indisposed. Lord Wolseley will attend the ceremony of unveiling the statue of General Robert LedpConfederate commander- in chief, at Richmond, Virginia,

Mr bradlaugh. LONDON, October 28. Mr Bradlaugh has been advised to take a sea voyage for the sake of his health.

THE ADMIRALTY. - , i LONDON, October 28. Admiral Fairfax has assumed his duties as Second Lord of the Admiralty.

MINING, LONDON, October 28. The Monte Christo Gold Mining Company is being wound up.

GETTING RID OF AN AGITATOR. BERLIN, October 28. The German authorities have expelled Count Dillon from Alsace. A BOLb DECLARATION.

LONDON. October 28,

Dr Macgee, Bishop of Peterborough, has created some sensation by expressing the opinion, during the course of a sermon at Leicester, that no Christian State which acted in all its relations according to the precepts laid down by Christ in the Sermon on the Mount would retain its independence for a week.

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HOME AND FOREIGN., Issue 8050, 29 October 1889

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HOME AND FOREIGN. Issue 8050, 29 October 1889

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