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CHARGE OF ATTEMPTED MURDER. — At the Blackburn Police-court, John Charnock was committed for trial on a charge of attempted murder. It was stated that he had fastened his wife's head in a cup- board and kicked her with his iron clogs, and that he h%d deliberately broken her arm. THE GREEKS IN ENGLAND.-The Greek resi- dents of London are organising a patriotic committee for the purpose of aiding Greece during the present crisis. Several volunteers have left England for Thessaly and Epirus, and a number of others are preparing to follow. A TWENTY SHILLING KIss.-Samuel Bacon, aged 29, was charged at the Greenwich Police-court with annoying and kissing a middle-aged widow, re- siding at Deptford, while passing along the highway. 's The prisoner said in his defence that he had been drinking. Mr. Balguy fined him 20s. /IOUHIMAIT'S TEA, UOC faced, with Prussian Bine. HONSMIAK's TEA, always good alike. HOBXIHAN'S TEA, beet value for money.

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MR.'GEORGE CRUIKSHANK. 1

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