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ATTEMPT To MURDER A NON-COMMISSIONED…

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CHARGE AGAINST A FRENCH BANKER.

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â ⢠The Blirgowrie Murder.-On Tuesday morn- ing Joseph Bell was exeouted at Perth for the murder :jMyBaker. The latter was shot on the hig w y and robbed; the erime waa traced to Bell by clear circumstantial evidence; To the last Bell protested his innocence of the crime, calling God to witness tnat he know nothing of it. Caloraft acted as executioner, and Bell died without a straggle. There was a large but quiet crowd. tl t? M.P.â1The following letter of Mr Koebuck has been received by one of the officers of the Excelsior-lodge, Sheffield May 14,1866.âDear sir, -I am very Borry that I cannot accept your kind invi- tation j for, in the first place, my duty will keep me in town; and, secondly, I am so unwell that I cannot travel. I did myself great mischief the last time I went to Sheffield, and now the doctors absolutely pro- hibit my moving.âBelieve me, yours truly, J. A ROEBUCK."

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