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NOTES FROM LONDON

A SAD CASE AT CARDIFF.

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A SAD CASE AT CARDIFF. Two young girls, named Charlotte Emmott and Alice Young, toid a very distressing tale to the Cardiff stipendiary on Tuesday. It appeared from their statements that they were both under sixteen years of aJge, and that on the 13th inst., for some reason, the girls decided to leave home. They did so, went to Penarth, and slept there. On Friday they went on to Cadoxton, without any object, and slept at a private house near the station. The day following they met some men near the station, who took them into Cardiff, and it was from the action of those men that the present proceedings arose. The case was one in which Martha Griffiths, the keeper of the house where these two young girls were taken by the men, was charged with allowing the use of her house for immoral purposes. The defendant was committed to take her trial at the Swansea Assizes.

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