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for Cambridge, is contradicted on "authority."

A report that Mr. Wigram, Queen's counsel, would be a candidat; The Conservatives of Bath entertained their Representatives, Iso Powerscourt and Mr. Ludlow Bruges, at a public dinner on Tuesday The speeches consisted chiefly of attacks upon the Ministers.