LORD  DUFFERIN
(By Telegraph)

A Central News Telegram from Constantinople, yesterday says: - Lord  DUFFERIN
sails for Egypt in the Antelope this afternoon. He will have no  previous
audience of the Sultan. A request to postpone his departure was  reiterated last
night, but unsuccessfully.

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FRANCE.
(By  Telegraph)

M. DELRAIS will be nominated ambassador to Rome on Monday next.

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IRELAND
(By  Telegraph)

Mr. HARRIS, who was arrested on Wednesday at New Bridge, was released on  
bail last night. He is charged with intimidation.

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THE IRISH  PARLIMENTARY
PARTY
(By Telegraph)

The Irish Parliamentary Party met yesterday afternoon and decided to  vote
against Mr. GIBSON’s amendment on cloture. The numbers voting were ten to  ten,
the motion for abstention being rejected by Mr. PARNELL’s casting  vote.

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LOUISE MICHEL
(By  Telegraph)

A Central News telegram from Ghent, yesterday says: - Louise MICHEL arrived  
here yesterday, intending to speak at a meeting in the evening. On entering
the  hall, however, she was hissed and hooted. Great confusion ensued, and she
was  struck on the head with the leg of a table and retired.

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A SECRET SOCIETY
(By  Telegraph)

A Central News telegram from Poltava via the frontier says: - While about  
two hundred persons belonging to a Secret Society were there holding a meeting  
the police entered and arrested large numbers. Some escaped by the windows.
The  object of the society is unknown.

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THE CLOSURE.
(By  Telegraph)

Some Dean Forest Liberals have telegraphed to Colonel KINGSCOTE, M. P.,  
urging that his vote on the Closure should be given for the Government proposal  
for a bare majority.

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THE MINER’S  AGITATION
(By Telegraph)

The proprietors of Wharncliffe and Woodmoor Collieries, Yorkshire, have  
refused to give ten per cent advance, and the men consequently struck work  
yesterday morning. The masters offer five per cent.

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