[BY OUR SPECIAL WIRE.] NEw5s-LETTER Osa'C1c, 169, FLEET STREET, LONDON, E.O. e TiIURSDAi MORNING, SIX O'010clc. e THE FOREIGN POLICY OF i, ENGLAND. (eTANDAiD TrLEGIRA)i. I Sr. PETEUS5BUIa, WEDNESDAY NInnyT.-Lord Salisbury's declarations as to the Afghan a policy of tbe new Cabin
LAW INTE IFJJLGENOE. NOTICES-T'HIS DAY. .rFRoM TnHE LEGAL DIARY.) HER MAJESTYS COURT OF APPEAL. r PFitenbarn v. Pakenhain (2): Bearmish v. Crawlord (4). ROLLS COURT. Hook v. Bolton (11: Bolvwrig v. BMurphy (3); Close v. Ball (4); Blair v. White (a). i ~~~VlICE-ClANCPLLOR. MOtu v.
COMMEROIAL NEWS. iQ19DON STOCK EXCHANGE; (BY OUaR SPiCi&L mWtfl.] !joft6N, TuESDAY EviutNiv.-Money has been in limited request to-day, and short loans were quoted 4 per oent. and upwards. Discount ruled firmer at I per cent. for short bills, and 14 for three inonths' acceptances.
BIELFAST BOARD OF GUARDIANS. TnE weekly nmeeting of the Guardianis of the above union was held yesterday in the Boardroom of the Workihouse-Sir David Taylor, ,.P. (ohair- tuatn) presiding. The other Guardians present were- Iessrs. James Thoompsou, ?? Thomas Gadfikin, J.P., Samuel
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1 .THE COURT. OsORmE, FninAxY.-ThC Queen, accompanied by Princess AuguStus of Saxe.Coburg, the Grand Duke of Hesse, and Princess Beatrice, drove througlih Rde yesterday afternoon. Colonel the Han. II. Byng was in attendance on horseback as Rijuerry-iutiWaiting. Her Malesty's'din
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Tim second meeting of the above society was held in the Museum on Tuesday evening-the presi- dent (Rev. Canon Grasinger, D.D., ?? in the chair. Mr. JOaHN VSrconse read an interesting paper on "Mythical Fictitious Creatures in Symbolic Art." The lecturer, in introducing the subje
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