"..."the madding crowd." Mr. AlfredDomett, C.M.G., who died last week at St. Charles' Square, North Kensington, was a man of this kind. His mind was endowed with remarkable gifts, lie had in him ... died. He was made, in 1880, a Companion of the Order of St. Michael and St. George. Soon after his return to England he published " Ranolf and Amohia," a poem in which he described the scenery of New ... . Although for several years before his death he had withdrawn himself from public notice, his character and services should not now be altogether forgotten. Mr. Gisborne, the author of "New Zealand Rulers ... of the Province Colonel William Bernard "Ainslie, C.B., who died on Oct. 31, at Edinburgh, commanded the t)3rd Highlanders throughout the Eastern..."