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NonRTi LTNcoaxNsriiu..-The Right Hon. James Lowther has consented to stand as a candidate for North Lincolnshire in the Conservative in- terest. His address, issued on Thursday, states that though reluctant to accede to the invitation so cordially and repeatedly urged upon him,
EXCITING SCENE AT A SHERIFF'S S A LJE. 1.rrsog ora conucsi'O.DENT.] Doewnskreca, TUzsEAY.-This usually peace- able and loyal town was the scene of great ez-: citement to-day in connection with a sale of cattle seized under a civil bill decree at the suit of Earl Annesley against
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LTERARY AND OTHER NOTES. 7 Tnr Atlthenum says ?? The third and conclnd& 1 ing volume of the letters of Charles Dickansi which we mentioned several months ago as in 1 course of preparation, is now in the pre-s, and t wi]l be published by Messrs. Chapman & hlall in 1 October next.
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T=E LORD MAYOR OF LONDON. PRESENTATION OF ADDRESS BY ENMIS- [IfLLEN COMIMISSIONERS. [BY TSLEGiRAPIT.] E.SIU.ZTLiN, SATURDAY.-The Lord Mayor of London was presented with an address of welcome by the Town Commissioners here in their room, Town Hall, this morning, at eleven o'clock.
SIR RlCHITiD CROSS ON AGRICULTURAL PROSPECTS. [BY TLLElGPAi'Ti.1 LsRin'ooL, WxnNEsDoA.-Responding to the toast of the county members at the luncheon at the show of the Ormskirk, Southport, and Bootle Agricultural Society, at Ormskirk, to-day, Sir RIcuLnD CRoss, who was heartily r