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Captain Arthur Paulet Butler, commanding officer of the Hants Yeomanry Cavalry, who had been drilling one of the troops at Southampton, was thrown from his horse Thursday afternoon, and received injuries from the result of which he died yesterday morning. The immediate cause of death was Qoueusaion of the brain. The deceased was ttoe cmly son of the late Sir Edward Butler. On Thursday information was received by the police in Dundee from Southampton that Captain George Pringle, Royal Engineers, who had absoanded some time ago, after,.as was alleged, embezzling i'2,000 of Government money, was in Dundee, The police ascertained t the Royal Holel that a person corre- sponding to the absconding oaptain had been living thera since Friday. The bedNom door was knocked at several times without a response, whereupon it was driven open, and the result was that the parson sought was found lying dead in bed, with a revolver in his right hand and his brains blqwp out. The man gave the name of Forsyth to the hotel-keeper, and nearly £ 40 in MONEY was toiaud in his POSSESSION,

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