Skip to main content
Hide Articles List

17 articles on this Page

---.-. MR. T. BKASSEY. MP,…

[No title]

I,THE WESTMEATH WILL CASE.

: A FRENCH MARRIAGE, AND WHA3…

[No title]

IA FORGOTTEN HERO.

[No title]

THE FRENCH ARTILLERY. j

LORD ROSSLYN'S INTERVIEW WITH…

[No title]

THE NORTH UNST LIGHTHOUSE.

TEN DEARS' EXPLORATION.

[No title]

News
Cite
Share

SUPPOSED MUEDEB.—An elderly man was found in an insensible condition early on Wednesday morning in Abercorn-street, Glasgow. He had been robbed of a gold watch and of his hat, boots, and part of his clothes, and it was found that hie skull was fractured and his collar-bone broken. He died on Thursday. His son has identified him as William Ctilfillan, marble cutter, and it is supposed he was murdered. ASSAULT IN A RAILWAY CARRIAGE.—At the petty Sessions near Bristol, Mr. King, builder, was committed for trial for having indecently assaulted Miss Pincombe, a farmer's daughter, in a Midland Bail way carriage, whilst travelling from Bristol to Bitton. He is alleged to have kissed her and then behaved indecently. INFORMATION HAS REACHED CALCUTTA that the Naga Hills expedition has resulted in the uncon- ditional surrender of the principal village, the pay- ment of the fine imposed, and the restoration of the Plundcr* "Ifc SENTENCES OF DAATI^AT Liverpool Jamct Trickett was sentenced to death for the murder of his wife. He was recommended to mercy. At Lincoln, John Brooks, lacemaker, was sentenced to death for the murder of a married woman naated CtMroline Wood- i head, with whom he had been living., ;<

-::.. WILLS AND BEQUESTS.

[No title]

I FOREIGN AND COLONIAL.

[No title]