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his American tour, had a fight with carving knives recently in a London Club House, when the youngest, nineteen years of age, was killed by his brother, Lord Arthur. The Levant Herald notices the presentation by Fuad Pacha to Madam Ristori of a collar of diamonds engraved with the Sultan's own cipher, in token of his sympathy with the high arts. From an inspection of the Stratford register, it is found that Shakspeare's widow subsequently married a shoemaker of the town, named Richard James. Maximilian has been having a grand ball in his Mexican palace. The empress wore white silk embroidered in gold, a necklace of diamonds, and a sprig of green leaves in her hair. A club of French gourmets, whose members live only to invent new dishes and ruin their digestion, have just contrived a novelty in the form of a lobster boiled in champagne. A late foreign paper says a brother of the rebel General Breckinridge is working in Greenock, Scotland, as a journeyman engi