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inging that beautiful production of our national composer?" "Give me your little dog, Prince, " she immediately replied. "You shall have him to-morrow, Madame." The next day the servant brought the animal. As it was very cold that day, the Prince had wrapped the little fellow in an Indian cashmere worth 15,000f., and he begged Madame Bosio to "accept the dog with his wrapper." Collection in Dublin for Capt. Wilson of the Minnie Schiffer. --Since Mr. Persse, United States Consul at Galway, forwarded to the Dublin Evening Mail office ten guineas, as his subscription to Capt. John Wilson, who so nobly came to the rescue of the sufferers in the Connaught, numerous citizens of Dublin have followed his example. The Mail says: "We suggest that a committee should at once be formed for the purpose of taking charge of the work of guiding and eliciting the expression of the public gratitude to the gallant Captain of the Minnie Schiffer. We shall ourselves feel pleasure in doing