LATEST TELEGRAMS

MARYPORT, FRIDAY MORNING,

AUGUST, 18TH.

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THE AMERICAN LAND LEAGUE.

Mr. PARNELL has received the following cablegram from Mr. MOONEY, president of the Land League of America:

-"The Central Land League Union, of Philadelphia, have compiled with your request, and passed a resolution discountenancing and scheme to send men or money to Arabia."

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IRISH TENANTS.

At a meeting in Dublin Mansion House, yesterday, to raise a fund for the protection of tenants from threatened evictions by the Land Corporation a letter was read from Mr. GRAY, dated "Richmond Gaol," subscribing £20 to the fund, and regretting that he was not able to attend a meeting in aid of so laudable an object.

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MR. TREVELYAN.

Mr. TREVELYAN arrived at Dungannon yesterday, from Dublin, on a visit to Mr. DICKSON, M. P. Two policemen in plain clothes attended him from the railway station to Mr. DICKSON's house.

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HADDINTON BURGH'S

ELECTION NOMINATIONS.

Alexander CRAIG-STELLAR, 15, Cromwell-road, South Kensington, London (Liberal), proposed by Thomas BOYD, woollen manufacturer, Jedburgh; seconded by William DEAN, seedsman, Jedburgh. Walter Scott Seton CARR, Glentrool Lodge, and 67, Lowndes-square, London (Conservative), proposed by Captain J. F. HOUSTON, of Clenkington; seconded by Alexander POW, plasterer, Haddington. The poll will take place on Tuesday first.

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CETEWAYO

CETEWAYO had another interview with Lord KIMBERLEY at the colonial Office yesterday.

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ATTEMPTED MURDER.

A gentleman of independent means, named ROBINSON, was yesterday at Wigan remanded without bail on a charge of shooting at a Chancery officer who came to arrest him for contempt of court.

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MINISTERIAL

Earl GRANVILLE, Earl NORTHBROOK, and Mr. CHILDERS had an interview with the Premier in Downing-street, yesterday. The interview between Earl KIMBERLEY and CETEWAYO at the Colonial Office lasted one hour and a half.

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THE HOME RULE MEMBERS.

At a meeting in Dublin, yesterday, the Lord Mayor presiding, resolutions were passed in favour of establishing a national fund for the payment of the election parliamentary expenses of Home Rule members of Parliament.

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THE IMPRISONMENT OF

MR. GRAY.

The Lord Mayor's Banquet in Dublin, on Wednesday night, was prolonged till a late hour. Mr. HEALEY spoke saying he approved of Justice LAWSON's conduct, as English piacemen could not better earn their wages than in imprisoning Irish patriots. They had torn the bandage from the eyes of Justice as represented by Justice LAWSON, and revealed the burning eyeballs of a profligate.

The Freeman today says Mr. GRAY did not receive notice of the Crown application till the evening before. All he claimed was that the articles should be investigated.

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BANK RATE.

Bank rate advanced to 4 per cent yesterday.

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