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The cholera abroad.

--The United States Consul at Malta, writing to the State Department under date of November 13, 1865, says that for the last three days there had been no cases of cholera on the island, and that if the public health continued so, clean bills of health would be given to the shipping. He says that the cholera has existed on the island for rather over four and a half mouths.

The United States Consul at Sheffield also writes, under date of November 23d that although the cholera had approached very near to England — some cases having been reported at Paris, and even at Southampton — no anxiety was manifested there on that account.

Some few sporadic cases had been reported in that vicinity, which were generally found on investigation to be merely cases of diarrhœa.--Washington Star.

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