LATEST TELEGRAMS.
Maryport, Thursday Morning, April 6th.
 
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MR. GLADSTONE.
 
    Mr. and Mrs. GLADSTONE arrived at Hawarden Tuesday night, and one or two extra constables have been placed on duty in the neighbourhood.
 
 
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THE FINCHLEY MURDER.
 
    John BAKER was committed for trial at Highgate yesterday, on the charge of murdering Enoch CLARKE, his companion in burglary, in Finchley Woods.
 
 
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RUSSIA.
 
    A Central News telegram from St. Petersburgh, yesterday, states that the Governemnt have ordered further instructions to be given in the Polish language in the schools in Warsaw. A whole Jewish family of nine persons have been murdered at  Ljubetz by three soldiers. The assassins avow the crime.
 
 
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THE DUKE OF GRAFTON.
 
    A Northampton telegram states that the Duke of GRAFTON has resigned the Mastership of the Hounds in consequence of ill health, but will still continue to hunt.
 
 
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THE CITY OF PARIS.
 
    The Inman steamer, City of Paris arrived at New York at five o'clock on Tuesday evening.
 
 
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PRIZE FIGHTING.
 
    Henry GOODSON was brought up at Boe-street, London, yesterday, charged with being concerned in a prize fight in St. Andrew's Chapel, and other persons were charged with aiding and abetting. All were committed for trial.
 
    Charles BEDFORD, the referee, said that the gloves used were those worn in pervious boxing matches, and declared there was not the slighest ground for saying that kicking had occurred. The affair was most honourably conducted by both men.
 
 
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UNIVERSITY RACQUET MATCH.
 
    In a single handed University Racquet Match yesterday, Cambridge won by three games to one. Mr. C. F. H. LESLIE played for Oxford, and Mr. C. S. STUDD for Cambridge.
 
 
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THE COLLISION OFF CAPE FINISTERRE.
 
    The Royal Mail Steamship Company have been unable to trace the names of Mrs. ALLAN, Mrs. WEAVER, and Mr. DIMONTI among the passengers lost on board the Douro, and this reduces the loss, so far as Douro's passengers are concerned, to six.
 
 
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